Friday, March 18, 2005

NY Times gives props to Dicks' House

In a March 16th article noting the decline in college-sponsored healthcare, "An Overnight Infirmary Is a Campus Luxury," Dartmouth was singled out as one of the few schools that still maintains on-campus beds for sick students. Our very own Dicks' House was praised for its attempts to allow ill students to keep with coursework. Health Services director Dr. John Turco was interviewed by the Times about the services provided. It's nice to see that despite all the problems with cost-cutting and college-reshaping, there are little things that remind us of Dartmouth's commitment to providing for its undergraduates.


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