Angela Zhu ’17 of Dartmouth’s national champion Princess Layout ultimate Frisbee team was named the top player in the country.
A student diagnosed with the mumps in July was placed in isolation and later recovered.
The Hopkins Center offered a sneak preview of Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War in mid-July at Spaulding Auditorium. The 10-part documentary airs on PBS starting September 17.
President Trump’s nominee to be the comptroller of the currency, Joseph Otting, claimed to be a grad of “the School of Credit and Financial Management at Dartmouth.” There is no such school.
Stroke of Excellence
Lightweight rower Daniel Perez ’19 was named to the U.S. rowing squad for the World Under-23 championships in Bulgaria.
And Then There Were Two
Thai Orchid, one of three Thai restaurants in Hanover, has moved to Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Pioneering jazz improviser Taylor Ho Bynum has been named director of the Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble, the College’s student jazz group.
Ten students were arrested during Green Key Weekend in May, down from 22 last year.
Voices in the Wilderness
The Sing Dynasty was named by New Hampshire magazine as the state’s best a cappella group.
Best in the Business
Student-run Dartmouth EMS won the Striving for Excellence and HEARTSafe Campus awards from the National Collegiate EMS Foundation.
Forward Isalys Quiñones ’19 of the women’s basketball squad earned a spot on the Puerto Rican women’s national team.
Grad students were disappointed to learn that North Park graduate housing will not be available to them this fall. The cluster instead will help accommodate the record number of under-graduates on campus.
After President Trump decided to withdraw the country from the Paris climate accord, President Phil Hanlon ’77 and several other college and university presidents reaffirmed their pledge to move to low-carbon energy and enhance on-campus sustainability practices.
The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted pitcher Beau Sulser ’16 in June. The right-hander went in the 10th round. His brother, Cole ’12, Th’13, was drafted in 2013 by the Cleveland Indians.
The women’s swimming and diving team is banned from three intercollegiate meets this fall, following a finding that the team violated the College’s hazing policy during its winter break training trip last December.