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March 2015

All Students Invited to Take Climate Survey

This week, all Dartmouth students will be invited to take a climate survey on sexual assault and sexual misconduct to evaluate the College efforts to foster a healthy, safe, and nondiscriminatory campus environment.

All undergraduate and graduate students will receive an email with an individual link to the web survey form, which will be available from April 2 through 23. Conducted in collaboration with the Association of American Universities (AAU), the survey is part of the ongoing effort by the College to understand the extent and effect of harmful behavior on student experience, says Heather Lindkvist, Dartmouth’s Title IX coordinator and Clery Act compliance officer.

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Students Learn Details of Alcohol Policy Changes

As part of a comprehensive approach to reducing high-risk drinking and promoting student health and safety, Dartmouth's ban on hard alcohol for undergraduates takes effect on March 28, the day undergraduates return to campus following spring break.

The policy applies to all undergraduate students—regardless of whether they are 21 years old or older—and prohibits the possession, consumption, and serving of hard alcohol within and on the grounds of undergraduate residential facilities, Greek letter organizations and society facilities, the Collis Center, 53 Commons (including Sarner Underground), Robinson Hall, and the Tom Dent Cabin.

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