Gleason remembered for dedication, poise

A wake will be held from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Friedrich-Jones Funeral Home in Naperville, Illinois, on Friday. Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Naperville will hold a funeral at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

Hassen '15 named Dartmouth's 77th Rhodes Scholar

Medical school student dies in Hanover

Hassen '15 wins Rhodes Scholarship

At roundtable, administrators and Ayotte discuss sexual assault





Vandermause: Spreading Science
Woodward: Wherefore Art Thou, Mr. President?
Traynor: Fixing Free Speech
Vox Clamantis: Hassan
Hsu: Breaking the ‘Bamboo Ceiling’


With 41-10 victory, football grabs second in Ivy League

With a shot at its first Ivy League title since 1996 still alive, the football team finished its season with an emphatic 41-10 win over Princeton University in New Jersey — and possession of second place in the Ivy League.

Men's soccer falls in NCAA tournament with 3-0 loss

A resurgent 2014 season came to a grinding halt for the men’s soccer team on Sunday night. Playing in the second round of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, the Big Green fell to host Providence College 3-0, with all three goals occurring in a span of 31 minutes in the second half.

Big Green earns 20th in NCAA National Championships

A 20th-place finish at the NCAA National Championships on Saturday capped off the women’s cross-country season.



Klay '05 wins National Book Award

The work was inspired by his experiences serving in the U.S. Marine Corps as a Public Affairs Officer, including his January 2007 to February 2008 deployment in Iraq’s Anbar province.

Concert to pay tribute to the life of Anne Frank

The Handel Society will perform a moving concert on Tuesday that will convey drama and inner despair. The group will channel the tragic life and death of Holocaust victim Anne Frank through the raw emotion of British composer James Whitbourn’s 2004 piece “Annelies,” alongside works by Johannes Brahms.

Beyond the Bubble: Expand the Arts

The fight to elevate the arts is nothing new. For centuries, painting, drawing and printmaking were not even included in the academic definition of the liberal arts. To this day, many intellectuals like to claim that if numbers and textual support are absent in a subject, then it cannot be considered knowledge.




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