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College, town improve energy use

Recent College sustainability initiatives have contributed to Hanover’s recognition as a “Green Power Community” by the Environmental Protection Agency, a designation that recognizes communities that draw between five to 10 percent of their energy from renewable sources.

 

Freshmen to live in Butterfield Hall

Members of the Class of 2018 will fill Butterfield Hall in the fall in an effort to accommodate the largest class in College history, which contains roughly 100 more students than the Class of 2017, undergraduate housing director Rachael Class-Giguere said. While all freshmen and sophomores are guaranteed on-campus accommodations, some junior and senior students who submitted housing applications have been placed on the waitlist, she said.

 

Dirt Cowboy changes its hours

Staffing issues and problems stemming from longer evening shifts have narrowed the hours of Dirt Cowboy Café. The hours will remain irregular until September, owner Tom Guerra said.

 

Bradley to begin as survivor advocate

 

Voter ID law could influence student turnout

 

Man assaulted in early morning

 

Department of Education to review Dartmouth's Clery Act compliance

Federal officials will start investigating the College's compliance with the Clery Act later this month.

 

Health survey data released

Anxiety and depression are the most commonly reported mental health problems at Dartmouth, according to the the Dartmouth Health Survey, published by the Office of Institutional Research earlier this week. While alcohol use was higher than national averages, drug usage at the College was lower than national reports.

 

Tuck program prepares students

Asfaw founded the student-led program in the summer of 2013 with the intention of helping incoming students from under-represented groups in finance and those without a background in the field transition into finance. Matching incoming students who register with upperclassman mentors, the program provides basic information about finance and the opportunities available to mentees, tailoring advice to suit their individual interests.

 

Hanover Police investigate Sunday morning assault

Police chief Charlie Dennis said that the victim, 53, was allegedly assaulted outside Roberts Flowers on West Wheelock Street July 27 at 1:33 a.m. The victim is not a College employee, Dennis said, though initial reports from Safety and Security identified him as such.

 

Panhell raises $700 for Junction