May 23, 5:25 p.m.: The Hanover Fire Department informed Safety and Security officers that several buildings would be offline during the weekend, so their fire alarms would not report to the fire department. S&S arranged for fire watch in the buildings, which were restored to operating condition on Saturday. May 23, 7:01 p.m., Hanover Town Garage: New Hampshire State Police turned a member of the class of 2016 over to a Safety and Security officer. The individual had been arrested for high levels of intoxication in Canaan, NH and was transported and admitted to Dick’s House. May 23, 7:01 p.m., Alumni Gym: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services responded to two individuals who had sustained lacerations while playing basketball. May 23, 11:41 p.m., Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Safety and Security officers transported a member of the Class of 2016 from DHMC to Dick’s House. The individual had been transported by ambulance from the Quechee Inn to DHMC earlier in the evening for a high level of intoxication. May 24, 3:28 a.m., McLane Hall: Safety and Security officers responded to a male student who was intoxicated and had entered the room of another student. May 24, 3:29 a.m., Park Street: Safety and Security… Read more »
May 16, 4:30 p.m., Webster Avenue: Safety and Security officers working at Phi Delta Alpha fraternity’s Block Party asked an individual to dispose of an open container. The individual refused and shoved the officer when asked for identification. The individual was identified by Hanover Police and Safety and Security officers. May 16, 7:23 p.m., Cohen Hall: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services responded to an intoxicated female. She was admitted to Dick’s House. May 16, 7:26 p.m., Fahey Hall: Safety and Security officers, Dartmouth EMS and the Hanover Fire ambulance responded to a woman having an allergic reaction to peanuts. She was taken to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. May 16, 7:39 p.m., Russell Sage Hall: Safety and Security and Dartmouth EMS responded to an unconscious intoxicated woman. She was admitted to Dick’s House. May 16, 7:43 p.m., Gold Coast Lawn: Safety and Security officers noticed an intoxicated female at the concert near Streeter Hall. The individual was transported to Dick’s House and admitted. May 16, 8:13 p.m., Class of 1953 Commons: Safety and Security officers responded to ’53 Commons where a male member of the Class of 2016 was passed out. He was evaluated and turned over to a sober friend. May 16, 8:32 p.m.,… Read more »
If you’re looking for inspiration to get outdoors and enjoy the (finally) beautiful weather, you may want to check out the outdoor adventure blog “Raise the Bar.” The blog, created by Lorin Paley ’15, chronicles her involvement with outdoor advocacy, the Dartmouth Outing Club, mountain biking and more. The website, which Paley designed herself, also includes sections on her favorite hiking gear and her latest projects in Dartmouth’s woodshop. Paley, a self-proclaimed outdoor enthusiast, started blogging in 2010 to document her adventures as a professional telemark skier in high school. “I’d be traveling for weeks in and around Europe and on the road,” Paley said. “[The blog] was a way for me to keep in touch with my family and to keep my sponsors informed.” Now Paley blogs primarily about her work in outdoor advocacy, including her involvement in programs like Outdoor Idols and Outdoor Nation. Paley worked previously as an ambassador for Outdoor Nation, a non-profit that aims to connect millenials with the outdoors. “I would help create programs for getting youth together to talk about issues of barriers to entry to the outdoors,” she said. “We gave away grants to groups who came up with ideas and wanted… Read more »
April 18, 11:10 p.m., Amarna undergraduate society: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services transported a female student to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical center. The student’s face was bleeding after she fell on a walkway near Amarna. April 19, 1:15 a.m., Aquinas House: Safety and Security and Hanover Police officers took a report at Aquinas House about several stolen electronic items. Hanover Police is investigating the incident. April 19, 2:15 a.m., Collis Center: Safety and Security officers found students holding down a heavily intoxicated male student on the patio. Hanover Police took the student into protective custody and eventually turned him over to a friend. April 19, 3:47 a.m., McCulloch Hall: Safety and Security officers responded to a Good Samaritan call for an individual who was not responsive. The individual was transported by ambulance to DHMC and later returned to campus. April 19, 2:59 p.m., Kappa Delta Epsilon and Delta Delta Delta sororities:Hanover Police and Safety and Security officers took a report of a motor vehicle theft. The vehicle, which had been taken from behind KDE and abandoned in the parking lot behind Tri-Delt, had exterior and interior damage. Hanover Police is currently investigating. April 19, 8:47 p.m., Class of 1953 Commons: Safety and Security… Read more »
Whether you’re roaming the library or just struggling to get through your 10A, it’s almost impossible to avoid 2048, the game that has taken our campus (and everywhere else) by storm. The game that has produced several spin-offs was created this March by 19-year-old Italian web developer Gabriele Cirulli. The goal of the original game is to match tiles in multiples of two in the hopes of getting to the number 2048. If you’ve never played, don’t start – it is an incredible timesuck and midterms aren’t going anywhere. But if you’re already far down the path of addiction, there’s no harm in checking out this Dartmouth-themed edition of the game. Instead of multiples of 2, the tiles feature the block Dartmouth “D,” a picture of Phil Hanlon and more.
You can play the game “2048: Dartmouth Edition” here
There are few experiences more tragic than losing a fracket on a freezing cold night out. Luckily, three members of the Class of 2017 have devised a system to return frackets expediently to their rightful owners. Called Jacket Racket, the system will allow students to purchase tags for their frackets, each with a unique identification number. If someone finds a lost jacket, he or she can blitz Jacket Racket with the tag’s identification number. Then, Jacket Racket will return the jacket to its owner. An online platform will help facilitate the return process. The program was developed by Brad Geismar ’17, Jake Greenberg ’17 and Terren Klein ’17. Greenberg came up with the idea after his own jacket was stolen earlier in the year, along with those of many of his friends. “The prevailing notion was that no one was going around taking jackets out of malicious intent,” Greenberg said. “People were taking jackets because they wanted to keep warm.” Jacket Racket will serve as a centralized forum for returning lost jackets, rather than having students rely on hopeless Facebook posts or blitzes. Class pages on Facebook are the only viable way to find lost jackets currently, Klein said. Beta testing for the… Read more »