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Michael Wagner tapped as CFO

Vice president for finance Michael Wagner has assumed the role of chief financial officer of the College.

Following meeting with Hanlon, students talk Greek reform

Changed credit policy affects first-years

New Arabic program proposed for Rabat

Pilot advising program continues




Roman ’16 qualifies for Philippine women’s national team

When Sofia Roman ’16 started playing basketball in the third grade, she just wanted to be good enough to compete with her older sister. Now Roman, who was born in the Philippines, is good enough to play for her country. Just this past June, Roman traveled to Manila to try out for Discovery Perlas Philippine Women’s Basketball team, where, after 10 days of training, she was told she made the national squad. The team’s coach, Haydee Ong, and Roman have been in contact since high school, which Roman attended in her adopted hometown of White Plains, N.Y.

Women’s soccer looks to extend home unbeaten streak

The women’s soccer team is gearing up to hold down its home fort this weekend against the Northeastern University Huskies. A win or tie this Friday would extend Dartmouth’s undefeated streak on Burnham to 15 games, dating back to Oct. 1, 2012 when the Big Green lost to then No. 20 Pepperdine University 1-0 in double overtime. The team’s past success in Hanover brings players confidence, defender Laura Thurber ’15 said.

Field hockey seeks to rebound after disappointing 0-4 start

Despite a slow start to the season, the field hockey team looks to build on early out-of-conference setbacks with a strong performance in its upcoming Ivy League opener.



Artist Jesse Meyer to lead hands-on parchment making workshop

Feeling nostalgic for 2nd century B.C.? Wondering on what material the U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights were written? Look no further than Baker Library’s Book Arts Workshop, where Jesse Meyer, founder of parchment making business Pergamena, will lead a hands-on parchment making event, “Skins to Draw On,” tomorrow.

Hop’s 29th Telluride at Dartmouth series to begin this weekend

Beginning tomorrow, the Hopkins Center for the Arts will celebrate the 29th anniversary of its Telluride at Dartmouth program. Six films from the annual festival, now in its 41st year, will travel to Hanover for the event.

Ancient war entreats modern audiences

The Hopkins Center kicks off its “World War I Reconsidered” series this evening with “An Iliad,” a one-person dramatic reading based on Homer’s epic poem. “An Iliad” is one of several works that will mark the Great War’s centennial anniversary and prompt audiences to consider the war in new ways.




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