Friday Bite

by The Dartmouth Web Staff

06 Jan 2012

Today’s weather:

Intermittent snow showers, especially early. High 34F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 60%. About one inch of snow expected.

News:

Senior Vice President of Advancement Carrie Pelzel will retire on June 30 after 15 years at the College, President Jim Yong Kim announced in an email to College faculty and administrators Wednesday.

With the New Hampshire primary four days away, campus, state and national political groups are looking to energize an interested but uncertain student body.

The SmartChoice Recovery Foundation, created during winter break by Julian Sarkar ’13, has begun soliciting support for its initiatives to help students who believe they have been adversely affected by the new SmartChoice meal plan and what Sarkar sees as the College administration’s “serial dishonesty,” he said.

Following collaboration between students and alumni, the College formally re-recognized Zeta Psi fraternity on Nov. 22, 2011, ending the organization’s colony status, Greek Letter Organizations and Societies Director Wes Schaub said.

Deep brain stimulation may prove a viable treatment option for patients with treatment-resistant depression, according to a study co-authored by Paul Holtzheimer, a psychiatrist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

A research consortium led by engineering professor Margaret Ackerman has received an $8 million-grant from Partners Health Care to fund the development of a new type of HIV vaccine.

Renowned geneticist and former Dartmouth professor James Crow died Tuesday at the age of 95, the National Center for Science Education reported.

Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger will visit the College Friday as part of his efforts to gain student support, the Eagle Tribune reported Thursday.

After experiencing some success in Iowa, presidential candidate former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., will face a difficult battle in New Hampshire, The Sydney Morning Herald reported Thursday.

Menus:

Courtyard Cafe

Lunch: Fish Sandwich with Fries

Dinner: Baked Ziti with Garlic Bread

All meal plan equivalency swipes come with a choice of juice, fountain drink, coffee, tea or 8 oz carton of milk.

Collis Cafe

Soups: Chef’s Choice

Lunch Entree: Chef’s Choice

Novack Cafe:

Salad of the Day: Chicken Caesar

Soups of the Day: 3 Bean (Vegetarian); Corn Chowder

Available Daily: Hot & Cold Beverages, Soups, Stews, Chili or Chowder, Ready Made Sandwiches & Wraps, Delicious Baked Goods, Assorted Snacks

’53 Commons

7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

1953 Nutritional and Ingredient Information available here.

Ma Thayer’s

Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Links; Hashbrowns; Breakfast Burritos

Lunch: Meatball Subs; Lime Scented Shrimp with Asian Greens; Thai Sticky Rice; Green Beans

Dinner: Roasted Pork Loin; Spiced Apples; Rye Stuffing; Broiled Fish Tacos; Refried Beans; Fiesta Corn

Herbivore

Lunch: Garden Burger; Kale and Spinach Bake; Roasted Beets; Mushroom Risotto Cake; Mashed Rutabaga

Dinner: Garden Burger; Pappardelle with Cauliflower and Stilton; Tofu with Red Curry; 5 Grain Rice

Pavilion

Lunch: Pastrami Sandwich; Matzo Ball Soup; Challah; Veggies and Cookies

The Hearth: Margherita Pizza; Sausage Pizza; Veggie Pizza; Cheese Pizza; Pepperoni Pizza; Fig & Gorgonzolla Focaccia

World View: Pho Bo; Pho Ga; Vegetarian Pho

The Grill: Grilled Cheese Sandwich; Fries; Build Your Own Burger featuring Halal Chicken Thigh; Grilled Chicken Breast; Local Beef or Wild Alaskan Salmon

Big Greens Panini Bar: Smokehouse Turkey; Greek Vegetable




Tags: , , ,

How to Look Fit: A Guide for NARPs

Dartmouth is an extremely fit place as far as college campuses go. Nearly a quarter of undergraduate students are varsity athletes and three-quarters of undergrads Read more>>

How To Prepare for Random Downpours

It’s sophomore summer, a time of tanning by the river and reading on the Green. Of course, each beautiful Hanover day we get comes at Read more>>

Six Realizations You Have When You Realize It's Week Six

No, that wasn’t a typo. It really is week six of 14X already, and for 16s that means you’re more than halfway through with the Read more>>

Beyond the Green: Five Tasty Farmer's Markets

As 14X grew closer this spring, exclamations of “You’re going to love sophomore summer!” and “I wish I could do it again!” seemed to jump Read more>>

ICYMI: Let the Rumors Begin!

9:13 AM? Suspicious.... Crisis Read more>>

Throwback Thursday: Eat Free for a Day, Orientation Style

It’s a classic first-week-of-college challenge: try to find free food for every meal. Doing this for a day during Freshman Orientation was incredibly easy, with Read more>>