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To the Editor: Sara del Nido's column ("Abramoff the Insider," Jan. 5) is a typical liberal line of trash.
Many Dartmouth students shy away from the frigid New Hampshire winters. Some even make their Dartmouth Plans so that they never have to experience the dreaded Winter term after freshman year.
While we enthusiastically applaud Dartmouth for its need-blind admissions policy, we wonder whether it is being exercised to its fullest possible extent. The case in point here is Dartmouth's continued use of its early decision program.
Larkin Elderon / The Dartmouth When film director F.
A mini-course designed to provide students with a basic education in the commercialization of technology, entrepreneurship and the starting of new business ventures began Thursday night at the Amos Tuck School of Business.
/ The Dartmouth Lawyers for the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic asked a trial judge last week to void an over $1.8 million malpractice verdict awarded to a Bow, N.H.
Hanover Police and Safety and Security are on the lookout for an unidentified man who has engaged in suspicious and threatening behavior as many as three times on or near campus since Monday. The first incident occurred Monday when two female Dartmouth students were walking down South Main Street past the Dirt Cowboy Cafe.
The commanding officer of the U.S. Army's Cadet Command announced Tuesday that starting this month, Dartmouth College ROTC cadets will receive scholarships covering full tuition and fees.
The North Face Effect
An unscientific and generally uniformed look back at the stories that captivated us. Windows are for jumping!
Holy crap, it's 2006. I'm not sure if I'm quite ready for the new year. Just as I was getting used to writing 2005, they go and switch it up on us all.
"King Kong" A monument to excess, Peter Jackson's "King Kong" is the kind of grand entertainment that Hollywood so often promises, but fails to deliver.
Aimee Mann -- "The Forgotten Arm" As the songwriter whose works famously inspired filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson to make his three-hour epic "Magnolia," it seems only fitting that Aimee Mann finally wrote an operatic narrative of her own.
Futility, Beer and Captain Planet.
Zak Kaufman / The Dartmouth Staff Dartmouth track and field hurdled over the competition this weekend, as both the men and women took first place at the Dartmouth Relays held at Levrone Field House, the first time the men and women have both taken first at the meet.