Student Life invites you to AMP 101 tonight, Thursday March 30th
Where? ONE Wheelock
Who will be there? AMP, Judicial Affairs, S&S
What will be happening? A panel of AMP, S&S, and Judicial Affairs will be speaking about managing events with alcohol, answering questions, and available for meeting with houses
Please come by ONE Wheelock from 5-6pm to familiarize yourself with AMP and the people that you will be working with to make...
TUESDAY 12 APRIL @ 4 PM Come to the Greek Life suite to hear from members of the Counseling & Human Development staff speak about mental health issues, including the resources they have to offer. Cupcakes will be served! All welcome.
TODAY IS THE LAST GREEK 101 SESSION - PLEASE JOIN US!!!
WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL @ 3 PM - SOAP & Scones Come to the Greek Life suite to meet Steven King, the Program Director for the Student Organization Accountability Program and learn about this new program. Scones will be served! Recommended for Presidents but all are welcome.
All sessions held at: the Office of Greek Life, suite 211, Collis Center
MONDAY 11 APRIL @ 3 PM Eric Ramsey, Karen Afre and Ruth Kett will be in suite 211 serving Greek food and would love to meet you. All Greek officers and members are welcome to attend this informal meet and greet.
FRIDAY 8 APRIL @ 3:30 PM David Pack, Assistant Director of the Collis Center for Student Involvement will lead you through the maze of organizing events and what to watch out for when you receive a contract from a performer. Recommended for Social and Programming chairs but all are welcome.
THURSDAY 7 APRIL @ 4 PM Come to chat with the Undergraduate Deans about resources on campus, what you can do to help a brother or sister who reaches out to you for assistance, and put names to faces, as well as enjoying a variety of dips! All Greek officers and members are welcome.
WEDNESDAY 6 APRIL @ 3 PM Meet Tina Feeney and Dave Foster from Risk and Internal Controls Services and Kevin O'Leary, the college's Associate General Counsel. Find out about your chapter's insurance and ask any legal questions you may have as well as eating ice cream. Recommended for Presidents & Treasurers.
TUESDAY 5 APRIL @ 4 PM Join Karen Afre, Program Coordinator - Greek Life. Karen has a wealth of experience in planning Dartmouth events and would love to share her knowledge and egg rolls with Service, Brotherhood/Sisterhood, Programming Chairs and anyone who will be hosting events and wants to find out more.
MONDAY 4 APRIL @ 3 PM The Greek Life Financial Assistant, Laurie Rogers will be here to talk to Treasurers about everything you need to know for the beginning of term. While you are here, get your mailbox code and AR number from Ruth, collect your mail and make a time for Quicken training with Laurie. Don't forget the fried rice!
FRIDAY 1 APRIL @ 3 PM Meet the staff of the Office for Pluralism and Leadership. Find out what programs they offer and what resources are available. Recommended for Presidents and Programming Chairs, but all Greek officers and members are welcome to attend.
Will you be attending?
Come to the Greek Life suite to meet Steven King, the Program Director for the Student Organization Accountability Program and learn about this new program. Scones will be served! Recommended for Presidents but all are welcome.
MONDAY 28 MARCH @ 3 PM Meet Safety and Security Officers and Joe Castelot, the Alcohol Management Program Director. Joe will be sharing feedback on the AMP survey and answering all your questions. Recommended for Social Chairs, Risk Managers and Presidents but all welcome.
WEDNESDAY 30 MARCH @ 3 PM Meet Leigh Remy and Katharine Strong from Judicial Affairs in a relaxed atmosphere to ask any questions you may have about the judicial process and enjoy some donuts. Recommended for Presidents, Social Chairs and Risk Managers but all are welcome.
TUESDAY 29 MARCH @ 4 PM DBI & Dumplings Come and chat with Ben Bradley about the Dartmouth Bystander Intervention program and what he has found in the past couple of years since the GLC required all new members to go through the DBI overview. Dumplings from Tuk Tuk will be served! All welcome.
Celebrate all kinds of health, love, & relationships
Thursday, February 11th
3:30pm – 5:30pm
Brought to you by Office of Student Life, OPAL, V-February, and Movement Against Violence
Enjoy goodies, tea, and coffee
Join the brothers of Phi Delta Alpha fraternity for chili tasting.
Fun cook off. Entering a chili is free; the general public can sample the chilis for a small donation to the Fisher House Foundation.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Gellar Plaza, Collis Center
Donate to a great cause and in exchange taste chilis made by fraternities, sororities, other student groups, restaurants and members of the public.
Come early as the...
As we look forward to welcoming a new Director for our Greek community later this year, we are excited to share with you the new name of our office. Greek Letter Organizations and Societies (GLOS) is no more!
We are now the Office of Greek Life. We will shorten the name to ‘Greek Life’ but no more acronyms. Although we are dropping ‘societies’ from the office name, please know that we care a lot about our senior and undergraduate societies. They remain integral to our...
Sunday,October 25 1pm | Tour of Tullando Farm Take a (free!) tour of Tullando Farm, the 2015 New Hampshire Dairy Farm of the Year, and learn more about dairying, an agricultural and environmental practices. Leaving from Collis
Monday 26 October | 4:30 PM | Sustainability Solutions Cafe Dr.Ricardo Salvador,Director of the Food and Environment Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists speaks on "The Only Viable Future: A Greener Food System and a More Equitable World." Kemeny 008
Thursday 22 October | 5 PM | Harvest Dinner DDS hosts farms and artisan vendors in celebration of the season's best local, regional, organic and sustainable foods. '53Commons
Tuesday,October 20 | 7pm | Food Chains | Documentary Learn about the $4 trillion global supermarket industry, the human cost in our food supply, and the Fair Food program. Loew, Black Visual Arts Center
Friday,October 2 | 3pm | HarFest | Rides leave from behind Robinson Hall . Enjoy local apple cider and donuts,pumpkin carving, live music and more! Dartmouth Organic Farm
Friday,October 23 | 3:30pm | The Great Apple Crunch | On the Green Kick off Food Day by helping us set the record for crunching the most apples at one time! Special guests include the Rockapellas and other student groups