Take Back the Night calls for safe campus

“Stop the violence, stop the hate,” community members chanted at the annual Take Back the Night march on Tuesday. “Wherever we go, however we dress: no means no, and yes means yes.”

Small group provides assault policy feedback

Thefts, car break-ins prompt investigations

Food truck sees initial success

Shonda Rhimes ’91, ‘Scandal’ producer, to address graduates

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Opinion

Brooks: Not Above Reproach

Gil: Just Keep Sinking

Yang: Spending Wisely

Bigley: Anti-Authority Accusations

Green: Facing Our Frustrations


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Golf teams see success in final tuneups

In its final regular season rounds this past weekend, the women’s golf team faced off against Hartford University in a dual match and defeated the Hawks by three strokes, 323-326. The men traveled to Connecticut as well for Yale University’s spring invitational, where the team finished fourth of 11 schools.

Crew teams see mixed results in weekend regattas on road

In a weekend that included inclement weather, tough conditions and location changes, the men’s and women’s crew teams saw mixed results. The women’s crew team competed in a two-day Clemson Invitational, faring better on the second day. The men’s lightweight team failed to win a race as it struggled against Yale University in the Durand Cup and Columbia University in the Subin Cup. The men’s heavyweight team fell to Boston University and beat Rutgers University.

Equestrian wins fourth Ivy League Championship

Entering the final event of the Ivy League Championships on Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., the equestrian team trailed by just one point. Justin Maffett ’16 was up to the challenge, earning the Big Green’s only individual win of the day and giving the team its fourth ever Ivy Championship title.

 

 

Arts

Student Spotlight: Thomas Steventon ’16

A script by Thomas Steventon ’16 was recently selected as a finalist for this year's Ivy Film Festival.

Spring DHMC exhibit features artists, staff

A woman stood up from her waiting area chair on the third floor of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s Faulkner Building to inspect a photograph. On the wall before her were over 20 images captured by Vermont photographer Hunter Paye. “Wow, so pretty,” the woman said, leaning in to bring her face within inches of one photograph.

White River Junction Center teaches aspiring cartoon artists

Researchers have found that doodling can boost concentration in the lecture hall or a meeting, but the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction argues that cartooning is an academic discipline in its own right.

 
 

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