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Number of arrests declines

The police arrested five students for alcohol-related incidents and two for disorderly conduct, down from last year’s 13 and three arrests, respectively, over Homecoming weekend.

 

Montgomery fellow talks U.K. health care

Despite the United Kingdom health system’s high patient satisfaction ratings — based on factors like short waiting times, comprehensive use of electronic medical records and universal access to health care — the system’s outcomes are not as good as they should be, said Sir Malcolm Grant, chair of England’s National Health Service and the College’s current Montgomery Fellow.

 

Hanlon, Dever stress improving faculty diversity at meeting

In five years, the College aims to have minority and international professors comprise 25 percent of its faculty. At Monday’s termly meeting of the faculty of arts and sciences, Provost Carolyn Dever and College President Phil Hanlon discussed increasing minority and international faculty at Dartmouth, describing it as a major priority to the around 200 faculty members in attendance.

 

Yik Yak reflects campus culture

 

Riots at Keene State prompt police action

 

College aims to focus undergraduate research

 

At Tuesday panel, students discuss faith

Five panelists spoke about experiences with faith at Dartmouth at the Tucker Foundation’s annual “Voices of Faith” dinner Tuesday night. The event’s theme was “finding community and meaning in the desert of chaos,” organizer Andrew Nalani ’16 said.

 

New program links Tuck, IMD

A leadership program focused on executive education, run through the Tuck School of Business and Switzerland’s International Institute for Management Development, will launch next spring. The program, separate from Tuck’s full-time MBA program, aims to help experienced managers with more than 10 years of experience transition into business leadership positions, associate dean for executive education Sydney Finkelstein said.

 

Government updates sexual assault regulations

The College will create new sexual violence prevention programs and enhance existing education and outreach to comply with federal regulations published Monday. Among other requirements, the regulations instruct universities to list all possible sanctions for students found guilty of sexual violence and provide comprehensive information about dating violence, domestic violence and stalking in their annual campus safety reports.

 

Apple Crunch launches week of food programming

The week’s programming includes a lecture by Mark Winne, an expert on food systems who has worked in agriculture policy, a viewing of “Fed Up” (2014), a documentary exposing the modern food production system, and a “Harvest Dinner” in the Class of 1953 Commons, which will offer locally sourced fare including stuffed portobello mushrooms, grilled apple-glazed pork loin and baked apples a la mode.

 

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