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WEB UPDATE, Dec. 3, 11:03 p.m.
Recent Dartmouth alumnus Jordan Feltus '05 passed away early Wednesday morning in Phoenix, Ariz.
Feltus, who was working at a Phoenix-area hospital, died of complications from a rare genetic disorder, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.
The Dartmouth men's hockey team has a very clear New Year's resolution: to turn its season around right now.
In the second-biggest comeback effort in NCAA Division I women's basketball history, Dartmouth women's basketball overcame a 21-point deficit in the second half to defeat the Siena Saints in overtime, 86-82.
Although Siena defeated Dartmouth in a 51-49 thriller last year and holds an 8-5 edge in the all-time series record, the Big Green improved its overall record to 7-3 on the season with the win and halted the Saints' four-game winning streak against Dartmouth.
Two minutes into the first half, Dartmouth opened the scoring with a layup by Sydney Scott '08, but the Saints outshot the Big Green thereafter to open up a commanding 56-35 advantage with 13:23 left in the second half.
It seems that every time I turn on the television these days, all I see are so-called "Reality TV" programs like the popular "Survivor," the just plain gross "Fear Factor" or the awkward situation creating "Mom Swap." These shows have received the label 'Reality Television' because, unlike traditional television programs that employ actors reading scripts (so 20th century) to entertain us, these shows pick random, real people off the streets to be in their shows.
Nov. 19, South Main Street, 12:45 a.m.
A police officer on patrol investigated two males near The Dartmouth Bookstore after the officer observed one of them kick a plastic soda crate into the middle of the road.
Student Assembly began the 2005-2006 school year amid controversy as a result of Student Body President Noah Riner '06's religiously-charged convocation speech.
Alum remembered as spiritual, generous
Members of the Dartmouth community traveled to one of the poorest regions in Nicaragua over Christmas break for a Cross-Cultural Education and Service Program (CCESP). The 32 participants separated into two groups: one group dealt with community development while the other focused on community health.
The community health group served two functions, said Student Director Kyle Engelman '08.
It's been a while since we last heard from the Strokes. Sure, drummer Fabrizio Moretti and his girlfriend Drew Barrymore have been tabloid regulars, but otherwise those stylish New York boys have been locked in their studio.
EMI ITO / The Dartmouth Staff
The Dartmouth women's hockey team faced a stiff test on New Year's Day when they took on the University of New Hampshire in front of an unusually large crowd of 1,117 people at Thomson Arena.
Yesterday's front page picture of Jack Abramoff in the New York Times depicted a man who could have come straight out of "The Godfather." The grim facial expression, black trench coat, and throwback-to-the-forties fedora are clear illustrations of the prominent Republican lobbyist's famously flamboyant personality.
But this particular get-up of Abramoff's is not as much of a fashion faux-pas as it may seem.
It's the start of another Dartmouth term. At this point, all I can say is, "Meh."
It's worth noting that if you could see me right now, you would notice that I simultaneously shrug and grin when I say it; this is more a "there's some pretty good times to be had" kind of iteration than a "I'm a cranky son of a gun" kind.
Don't get me wrong, I'm happy here.
The College formally introduced a Global Health Initiative with partner school Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences in Tanzania on Nov.
The 2005 fall term began with controversy and ended rather tamely. In between, however, the Dartmouth community experienced an eventful and busy quarter.
Although far from the devastation of New Orleans, the Dartmouth community mobilized to help the numerous victims of Hurricane Katrina.
The 22 highest-ranked members of the Class of 2006 were inducted into the academic honor society Phi Beta Kappa on Nov.
Courtesy of the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror
Major Dartmouth donor and retired financier George F.
Courtesy of The Movie Box
Movies are getting worse.
You hear it every day -- on the news, in the paper, on TV and, hell, walking out of the theater from a 7 p.m.
Zak Kaufman / The Dartmouth Staff
Over 2,000 athletes will swarm Dartmouth this weekend as the Big Green plays host to the 37th Dartmouth Relays, one of the biggest track and field meets in the country.