Campus Confidential

Sibling Revelry
Canadian pop star Tate McRae attended several men’s hockey games earlier this season. Her brother, Tucker ’26, skates for the Big Green. 

Probation
Four Greek houses recently violated Dartmouth’s alcohol-related “community standards.” Alpha Phi sorority and Sigma Nu, Beta Alpha Omega, and Alpha Chi Alpha fraternities face discipline.

New Food
The Works Café has opened on Main Street with offerings of fast-casual breakfast, sandwiches, and beverages.

Homecoming
Professors hired during the last year include three alums: Adam Breuer ’09, Herbert Chang ’18, and Heidi Williams ’03.

A New Home
Two female judges who left Afghanistan with their families in 2021 are now visiting scholars in public policy. Anisa Rasooli and Geeti Roeen arrived on campus in January.

Coming Soon
The Dartmouth Pow Wow has been scheduled for Saturday, May 11.

Primary Laughs
Comedian and activist Kristina Wong staged several performances of her show, Kristina Wong for Public Office, in mid-January. It explores “what it means to run for office, and the money involved in running,” she says. The Rockefeller Center helped sponsor the Hopkins Center event.

Three’s Company
A trio of political figures spoke at the College in January: U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, and U.S. Congressman Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland.

Off to Britain
Jessica Chiriboga ’24 and Zachary Lang ’23 have been named Rhodes scholars. Maxwell Teszler ’23 has been named a Marshall scholar.

Unusual Bedfellows
The Dartmouth Review applauded President Sian Beilock for allowing the arrests of two student protesters last fall for criminal trespassing. The case was expected to be tried in February.

We Miss You Buddy
Peyton Manning announced his new Buddy Teevens Award, which will be presented annually to a coach who leaves a lasting impact on and off the field. 

Extra Extracurriculars
During winter break, Allen House hosted bingo games, cookouts, movie nights, and Thursday nights with therapy dogs for the approximately 275 students who remained on campus.

Film Study
The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society hosted several Osage Nation leaders and artists who worked on the film Killers of the Flower Moon. They included Marla Redcorn-Miller ’89, who worked as a cultural consultant for the movie. Participants discussed director Martin Scorsese’s collaboration with the tribe and the film’s potential cultural impact. 

Medal Winner
Women’s hockey team head coach Liz Keady Norton led TEAM USA to a gold medal in the 2024 U18 Women’s World Championships. Her squad went undefeated in Switzerland and defeated Czechia, 5-1, in the final.

Think Again
Economics professor Bruce Sacerdote ’90 copublished research that indicates “SAT and ACT scores have substantial predictive power for academic success in college.” 

Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (November/December 2023)
Fresh Takes
Blogger Ray Padgett ’09 covers the covers.
The Secret Life of the Brain

Michael Gazzaniga ’61 divulges the inner workings of the human mind. 

Gail Koziara Boudreaux ’82
A CEO on the state of the nation’s healthcare

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