CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- A Dartmouth College fraternity that partly inspired the 1978 movie "Animal House" and was recently accused of branding new members is appealing a decision to withdraw its recognition as a student organization. George...Show More Summary
I mean, Jesus. Branding people? Boot them now: Dartmouth College is taking steps to boot the Alpha Delta fraternity from campus after brothers violated the hazing policy by burning the skin of 11 new members. A Dartmouth judicial affairs committee determined last week that Alpha Delta members branded the new members over two nights in November. Show More Summary
Dartmouth College is taking steps to boot the Alpha Delta fraternity from campus after brothers violated the hazing policy by burning the skin of 11 new members. A Dartmouth judicial affairs committee determined last week that Alpha Delta members branded the new members over two nights in November. Show More Summary
Warming winters have allowed mountain pine beetle outbreaks in the coldest areas of the western United States, but milder winters can't be blamed for the full extent of recent outbreaks in the region, a Dartmouth College and U.S. Forest Service study finds. read more
Alpha Delta fraternity at Dartmouth College already had a reputation around campus as being an out of control fraternity house, but the boys who were part of that house supposedly decided to take their antics a bit further last Fall....Show More Summary
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- A Dartmouth College fraternity that partly inspired the 1978 movie "Animal House" has been accused of branding new members while under suspension last fall. Alpha Delta has a significant record of disciplinary violations, including hazing, serving alcohol to minors and hosting unregistered parties. Show More Summary
International study raises questions about cause of global ice ages From Dartmouth College HANOVER, N.H. – A new international study casts doubt on the leading theory of what causes ice ages around the world — changes in the way the Earth orbits the sun. The researchers found that glacier movement in the Southern Hemisphere is…
Researchers at Dartmouth College examined a database of television advertisements broadcast between March 2012 and February 2013 on 139 network and cable channels and found that more than 608 hours of advertisements for energy drinks were aired. Nearly half of those advertisements, 46.5%, appeared on networks with content themes likely to appeal to adolescents.
Robert Grenier joined the CIA in 1979, just as the Shah of Iran fled to America. It was a low point for the agency, but Mr Grenier, imbued with the ethos of the fine East Coast schools he had attended, particularly Dartmouth College from which he had only recently graduated, was eager to serve. Show More Summary
From Dartmouth College and the “dead rainbows and starving unicorns” department, complete with artist’s conception: Climate-warmed leaves change lake ecosystems, Dartmouth-led study finds HANOVER, N.H. – Rising soil temperatures significantly...Show More Summary
In the first U.S. study of urinary arsenic in babies, Dartmouth College researchers found that formula-fed infants had higher arsenic levels than breast-fed infants, and that breast milk itself contained very low arsenic concentrations. The findings appear Feb. 23 online in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. A PDF is available on request. read more
An area of the brain involved in eye movements also plays an important role in establishing our direction and navigating our environment, a Dartmouth College study finds. The study appears in The Journal of Neuroscience. A PDF is available on request. read more
Dartmouth College Announces #BlackLivesMatter Courses On Racial Inequality In America Darmouth College is taking a step in the right direction by planning to offer courses centered around educating students in racial inequality and violence in America. via Fox News Dartmouth
Just last month, noted Matt Rocheleau for the Boston Globe, "Up to 64 Dartmouth College students — including some athletes — could face suspension or other disciplinary action for cheating in an ethics class this past fall." Cheating in ethics class? This speaks for itself.
Observations recorded in a study by researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian and Dartmouth College have shed light on the interior of the much-studied exploded star, Cassiopeia A. Using the astronomical equivalent of a CAT scan, the team...Show More Summary
Dartmouth College will devote an entire class to the #BlackLivesMatter movement this upcoming spring semester. The Ivy League institution is launching an interdisciplinary class called “10 Weeks, 10 Professors: #BlackLivesMatter” that...Show More Summary
Cassiopeia A, or Cas A for short, is one of the most well studied supernova remnants in our galaxy. But it still holds major surprises. Harvard-Smithsonian and Dartmouth College astronomers have generated a new 3-D map of its interior using the astronomical equivalent of a CAT scan. Show More Summary
Growing concerns about rape on college campuses have led national sorority offices to issue bans on members attending fraternity parties at the University of Virginia. And in addition, Dartmouth College has decided to ban hard liquor on campus in an attempt to reduce sexual assault. During Friday's Outnumbered, Fox News contributor Stacey Dash called these measures "ridiculous."
Dartmouth College is brave to acknowledge its on-campus drinking problem—but the steps announced Thursday miss the point. Trust me—I know.
On Thursday, school President Philip Hanlon announced that starting March 30, all students, regardless of age, will be prohibited from possessing hard alcohol on campus. The school’s Greek societies have also been warned that they need to improve their behavior or risk being banned. Show More Summary