I worked as editor-in-chief of The Dartmouth for a year. In this position, I directly managed a leadership team of 18 editors as well as a 220-person editorial staff. I edited all editorial content, from breaking news to long-term investigative features, before publication. I planned and oversaw special features on sexual violence, Dartmouth's Greek life and campus traditions.
Production ran alongside completing my academic classwork and crafting and executing long-term plans for the organization.
Local groups are aiming to keep young professionals in the area, hoping that if these people strengthen roots in the Capital Region, the future of area businesses will be stronger and more stable.
With a new partnership, Albany Molecular Research, Inc. aims to advance an evolving area in therapeutics — cannabinoids, which are found in marijuana.
Few guidelines regulate tree removal in New York. Operators that do not pay workers' compensation insurance can offer low prices to customers, who may not know if corners are cut, longtime owners of area tree removal companies and industry safety experts said in interviews after a 23-year-old man died on his first day on the job.
Hundreds of Confederate battle flags were waving in a Stone Mountain, Ga., parking lot on Saturday, at a rally in support of the controversial symbol. The event was the latest moment of unity for battle-flag supporters during a summer when elected officials, companies and university leaders have denounced the symbol.
The South’s fraught relationship with the Confederate battle flag is changing rapidly following the apparent embrace of the symbol by the South Carolina church shooting suspect.