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Thursday, January 9, 2014

From: Panhellenic Council Time: 3:09 PM (13 minutes ago) To: CAMPUS-EVENTS To clarify confusion from an earlier blitz to campus, Panhellenic Council would like to clarify that winter recruitment WILL PROCEED AS NORMAL starting on…
I cant quite figure this one out. It seems that five of the nine officers of the Panhellenic Council, the group that represents Dartmouth’s sororities, have sent out a memo (below) that is highly critical…
The College’s press release: HANOVER, N.H. - January 9, 2014 - Carolyn Dever, dean of the College of Arts and Science at Vanderbilt University, has been appointed Dartmouth’s provost. Dever, a scholar of gender studies…
(For students returning to campus, we are re-printing a few highlights from the last term.) The College has announced the number of early admits into the Class of 2018: Dartmouth Accepts 469 Early Decision Applicants…
Campus Grotto had nothing better to do than rank the one hundred greatest college traditions (ranking criteria: “the history, amount of student participation, and overall uniqueness of the tradition”): Only Ohio University and Dartmouth placed…

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