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Here's Why Dartmouth Student-Athletes May Have Been Inclined To Cheat In Their Sports Ethics Class

The intense time commitment and pressure of being both a student and an athlete may have led some Dartmouth College varsity athletes to cheat in their sports ethics class, student newspaper The Dartmouth reported when news of the scandal broke last semester. Show More Summary

Sixty-Four Dartmouth Students Suspended For Cheating . . . In Ethics Class

Dartmouth college has suspended 64 students in what appears an unprecedented action over cheating. What makes the action even more unnerving is that the cheating occurred in an ethics class. Most students have been suspended for a term. Professor Randall Balmer said that he was tipped off when he received more answers to this questions […]

Here's The Syllabus For The Notorious Sports Ethics Class At Dartmouth

There is a distinct irony in dozens of students in a class full of athletes cheating in a course on sports ethics. That's the situation at Dartmouth College, where 64 students were accused of cheating in a course called "Sports, Ethics,...Show More Summary

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: “As many as 64 Dartmouth College students — including some athlete…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: “As many as 64 Dartmouth College students — including some athletes — could face suspension or other disciplinary measures for cheating in an ethics class this past fall.” I love that it was an ethics class....

More Than Half Of Dartmouth's Football Team Was Enrolled In The Sports Ethics Class Where Dozens Cheated

Close to 70% of the students enrolled in the Dartmouth College course at the center of a recent cheating scandal were athletes, according to student newspaper The Dartmouth, including most of the football, men's hockey, and men's basketball teams. Show More Summary

Dartmouth Students Allegedly Used These 'Clickers' To Cheat In A Sports Ethics Class

Dozens of Dartmouth College students allegedly used hand-held "clickers" to fake their attendance in the school's largest course last semester, according to student newspaper The Dartmouth. Clickers are small wireless devices registered to individual students that allow them to answer questions or record their attendance from their seat. Show More Summary

Hood Museum Digitizing 4,000 Indigenous Artifacts

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

By this summer, Dartmouth College's Hood Museum of Art plans to have over 4,000 Native American art objects digitized.

Dozens Of Dartmouth Students Suspended For Cheating In Ethics Class Designed For Athletes

More than 60 Dartmouth College students have been accused of cheating in a sports ethics class designed for athletes, according to a local newspaper. The Valley News reports the students charged with cheating in the class now face honor code violations. Show More Summary

Dartmouth's Hood Museum of Art receives major gift of contemporary photography

4 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

The Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College has announced a major gift of contemporary photography from Nancy and Tom O?Neil, a Dartmouth alumnus from the Class of 1979. This outstanding group of thirty-nine photographs by seventeenShow More Summary

Oil-dwelling bacteria are social creatures in Earth's deep biosphere, new study shows

Oil reservoirs are scattered deep inside the Earth like far-flung islands in the ocean, so their inhabitants might be expected to be very different, but a new study led by Dartmouth College and University of Oslo researchers shows these...Show More Summary

Arguing with anti-vaxers: Maybe not a good idea

2 months agoHealth : The Checkup

It's never easy to convert someone who clings tightly to myths about some issue (see: climate change), but now comes research from Dartmouth College that in some cases the argument itself may be counter-productive. Read full article...

Hookah Smoking Increases Risk of Subsequent Cigarette Smoking Among Adolescents and Young Adults

A team of researchers at Dartmouth College and University of Pittsburgh found respondents who had smoked water pipe tobacco but not smoked cigarettes were at increased risk of cigarette smoking two years later as recently published online in JAMA Pediatrics.

A 24-Year-Old Left His Job At Bain To Sell Trendy Men's Overalls

Chances are the last time you wore overalls they were a denim OshKosh B'gosh pair your mother put on you as a toddler. But Matt Jorgensen, Ben Waller, and Aidan Nelson — three friends who met while undergrads at Dartmouth College — are...Show More Summary

Logging destabilizes forest soil carbon over time, Dartmouth study finds

HANOVER, N.H. - Logging doesn't immediately jettison carbon stored in a forest's mineral soils into the atmosphere but triggers a gradual release that may contribute to climate change over decades, a Dartmouth College study finds. read more

China's Old Growth Forest Disappearing

China's anti-logging, conservation and ecotourism policies are accelerating the loss of old-growth forests in one of the world's most ecologically fragile places, according to studies led by a Dartmouth College scientist.The findings...Show More Summary

Computers are ranking the world's important authors

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Trying to rate the world's literary giants is tricky at best. Do you go by the number of books sold? The long-term cultural impact? If you're Dartmouth College researcher Allen Riddell, you make computers decide. As part of an effort to determine...

China's old-growth forests vanishing despite government policies, Dartmouth research shows

HANOVER, N.H. - China's anti-logging, conservation and ecotourism policies are accelerating the loss of old-growth forests in one of the world's most ecologically fragile places, according to studies led by a Dartmouth College scientist. read more

43 Dartmouth Students Suspected Of Cheating In Ethics Class Designed For Athletes

Forty three students at Dartmouth College have been "implicated in an academic dishonesty case" in an ethics course, student newspaper The Dartmouth reports. According to The Dartmouth, the 43 students allegedly skipped class, but got other students to sign in for them and answer questions using an electronic clicker. Show More Summary

Dartmouth students ask Gov. Rick Perry about gay sex

Dartmouth College students hijacked a Q&A with Texas Gov. Rick Perry and asked if he would have anal sex for $102 million.

Dartmouth Student Explains Why She Asked That Shocking Sex Question To Gov. Rick Perry

On Sunday night, Republican Texas governor Rick Perry spoke to students at Dartmouth College, where he was controversially asked a range of seemingly ridiculous questions about his views on homosexuality and other issues, student newspaper The Dartmouth reports. Show More Summary

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