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Panarchy repairs could cost up to $400,000

Since a failed fire inspection in late June, Panarchy undergraduate society’s stately white house on School Street has remained empty. The house seeks to raise $100,000 in the next five years, and its members are actively raising money for repairs, including through an online crowdsourcing campaign launched last week. Pre-construction is expected to begin next Monday.

 

Anthony begins as vice provost for academic initiatives

Sociology professor Denise Anthony began today as the College's vice provost for academic initiatives. In the new role, she will focus on recruiting, training and retaining faculty, looking particularly at staff diversity.

 

Panel launches Assembly’s mental health campaign

Students shared their experiences with depression, alcoholism and anxiety at a panel last night that marked the launch of Student Assembly’s yearlong “I’m Here for You” campaign.

 

Daily Debriefing: Community reacts to Morell talk

 

Panhell rush changes see varied success

 

Students, staff trained in suicide prevention

 

College selects vice president for development

Andrew Davidson will begin as the College's vice president for development in December, where he will oversee various fundraising initiatives, including the Dartmouth College Fund.

 

College to release annual safety report today

Amid ongoing federal investigations, the College plans to release its annual security and fire safety report today.

 

Faculty prepare for first DartmouthX online classes

More than 500 people have registered for one of the College's first EdX classes.

 

Dever launches task forces in third month as provost

A restructured leadership team and two new task forces are on Provost Carolyn Dever’s agenda as she moves into her third month at the College. Across its initiatives, Dartmouth must work to create its own image and stop allowing its problems to define it, as it has for decades, she said.

 

Tuck to add global requirement