Faculty vote could open course reviews

Pending approval from College faculty, undergraduate students may be able to view their peers’ online course evaluations dating back to 2006, starting next year. Spearheaded by the Student Assembly’s academic affairs committee, this proposal has attracted support from both students and faculty.

Tuck to launch winter Bridge

Eight alumni to serve as Presidential Fellows

Powwow preparations near finish

Q&A with Robert Ceplikas '78: Northwestern athletes unionize




Verbum Ultimum: Recruit and Retain

Arnold: Reflection and Civility

Kim: Poorly Planned Policy

Geller: Popularity Contest

Blair: Go With Gillibrand

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Men’s tennis continues Ivy success

Coming off of a pair of crucial Ivy League wins, including a dramatic third set tiebreaker, the men’s tennis team heads into the weekend with an opportunity to lock up its best Ivy finish in over a decade.

Dartmouth runners head to Boston Marathon

For many, the Boston Marathon represents the pinnacle of personal and athletic achievement. The race starts in Hopkinton, Mass., the course winding through Wellesley, up Heartbreak Hill and across the Boston finish line. On Monday, at least seven Dartmouth students -— Isabel Caldwell ’14, Erik Fagerstrom ’14, Oscar Friedman ’16, Annie Hart ’14, Catherine Meyer ’14, C.J. Pierce ’14 and David Sinclair ’14 — will be among the thousands of runners who will participate in this year’s edition, one year after the tragic bombings that led to three deaths and hundreds of injuries in 2013.

A View From The Woods

During the indoor Dartmouth Relays, nestled between collegiate races, is a very special race: the Grafton County One-Lapper. The race, in which children take to the track, is one of the most uplifting things I’ve witnessed.




Voice artist, poet Diggs comes to Bentley

Combining spoken word, vocal improvisation, digitally manipulated sound and video, LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs will perform excerpts from her latest chapbook, a collection of poetry titled “TwERK,” at the Hopkins Center’s Bentley Theater on Friday evening. The poet and sound artist will also lead a Thursday evening workshop for students interested in learning how to use the human body as an instrument.

Adams ’11 promotes first film about College improv

Genevieve Adams ’11 recently co-produced and starred in a film, “I’m Obsessed with You (But You’ve Got to Leave Me Alone),” that she originally wrote as a play for her senior honors thesis. She also performed the show in New York.

Montero to mix classical and improvisational music in show tonight

The requests put in for pianist and social activist Gabriela Montero’s improvisation session on Monday night at 13 East Wheelock Street, or the “White House,” flitted from the visual to the auditory to the emotional. Tonight, however, Montero will start her Spaulding Auditorium performance in a more traditional manner, playing Brahms’s Three Intermezzi (Op. 117) and Schumann’s Fantasie in C Major (Op. 17).