Delta Delta Delta sorority will separate from its national chapter following a vote from organization members, Tri-Delt president Lauren Buchanan ’16 wrote in an email. The decision to localize was announced to sorority members earlier this afternoon.
Softball captain Kristen Rumley ’15 has had one of the greatest careers in Big Green softball history. During the recruiting process, however, Dartmouth nearly did not get to her in time.
After an impressive spring season, the Dartmouth women’s frisbee team — also known as Princess Layout — advanced to the…
This week I sat down with the softball team’s Kelsey Miller ’16. Miller plays third base and started 39 out…
After we published our nominees for The Dartmouth Sports Award for best male athlete on Friday, we asked our readers…
When Corinne Romano ’15 first proposed her idea to represent Mayan hieroglyphs as real-life creatures for a senior studio art project, she said that some members of the faculty did not understand the point of view she hoped to present through her work. Despite the uncertainty of some professors, Romano was intrigued by the concept — which built on her interest in “creature concept design” — and she decided to commit to the idea.
In the face of cultural misunderstandings that exist today, music has been and still is a link that unites people of different backgrounds, regardless of their geographical separation. Tonight, cultural worlds will collide through music when the World Music Percussion Ensemble performs its spring concert “Afro/Andean Fusion” in Spaulding Auditorium .
Upon the advice of an upperclassman, Chris Gallerani ’15 took “Acting 1” with theater professor James Rice his freshman fall, not realizing that it would change his course at the college toward theater. Four years later, Gallerani performed his senior thesis “#werq: a queer journey” on May 1-3, a solo production of over an hour where he bared his soul, and his body, to the audience.
“Pitch Perfect 2” (2015) opens like a wrecking ball, with Rebel Wilson’s “Fat Amy” accidentally revealing her junk to the president at the Kennedy Center.
In May 1992, Thomas Cormen, vying for a position in the mathematics and computer science department, had a lot on his mind.
It’s 1976, and change is brewing in Hanover. A group of Dartmouth women feel that the College’s social scene does not fit their needs, so they contact the national sorority Sigma Kappa to discuss establishing a chapter on campus. That spring, the sorority’s first pledge class sees an immense turnout. Flash forward to 1988 and seven more national sororities have been established on campus. Still, some of them feel that the ideas and rituals of their national governing bodies do not match up with the social needs of women at Dartmouth. So what has happened when sororities decide to go local?
There is a saying in Korea that one will make their life long friendships in high school or before — never in college.