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The Dartmouth Nov 15
UPDATE: Todd Heatherton, one of the professors named in the lawsuit, has released a statement via his lawyer denying that he helped create a toxic environment at Dartmouth.
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The Dartmouth Nov 15
BREAKING: Seven women — six former graduate students and one former undergraduate student — have filed a $70 million lawsuit against the College, alleging that it ignored more than 16 years of sexual harassment by multiple professors.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
Veronica Winham '22 talks to Aaron Lit '19, a marine life photographer and fashion designer whose work is not only inspired by what he sees in the ocean, but also seeks to promote conservation and environmental awareness.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
Dartmouth women's ice hockey forward Jennifer Costa '21 shares her thoughts on scoring the game-winning goal against Quinnipiac, reflects on her ice hockey experience, and describes her expectations for the rest of the season.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
OPINION: The Dartmouth editorial board writes that last Friday’s shooting served as a jarring reminder and a call to action.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
OPINION: Americans’ heightened emotions are necessary to restore political stability, writes Chantal Elias '22.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
OPINION: Devise pathways to fight extremism in the aftermath of the anti-Semitic shooting, writes Ezgi Okutan '22.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
Over 100 community members gathered on Thursday night to protest the recent resignation of U.S. attorney general Jeff Sessions.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
The Pitch, a recurring competition hosted by the DALI Lab and the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship, saw 10 applicants present their business ideas on Nov. 1.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
Phnom Penh, the popular Cambodian restaurant that has been operating in Lebanon for a year, has opened a new location in White River Junction.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
A study by Jin Woo Kim, a postdoctoral researcher in the Quantitative Social Science department, has found that the starkest polarization after Justice Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court has occurred among women.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
Ben Robbins, a beloved Dartmouth Dining Services employee, will be leaving DDS at the end of this term after six years at the Collis Cafe.
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The Dartmouth Nov 9
Over the past four years, graduate student Michael Brown has been using GPS and satellite imagery to research the population dynamics of giraffes in Uganda’s Murchison National Park.
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
James Cronin '22 thinks Robert Redford is at his best in his allegedly last film role as Forrest Tucker in "The Old Man and the Gun."
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
Dartmouth students and professors remember playwright Ntozake Shange, who passed away last month at the age of 70 and whose work "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide" was performed at the College in 2016.
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
OPINION: Eowyn Pak '21 addresses last Friday's shooting near campus, arguing that students and administrators have become far too desensitized to gun violence.
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
OPINION: Emory Holzer '22 recounts his experience on campus during the Oct. 27 shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. Compassion and community will prove stronger than hate, he writes.
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
OPINION: Truth is not a personal experience, and should be treated as such to protect the marginalized from the powerful, writes Peter Leutz '22.
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
OPINION: Diet rules such as veganism are fraught commitments when one crosses cultures, writes Valerie Truong '21.
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The Dartmouth Nov 8
On Nov. 5, students, faculty and Dartmouth community members attended an antisemitism panel featuring College President Phil Hanlon in response to the recent massacre at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh.
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