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With high spirits, loud crowds and several mops of green and pink hair, the Big Green ski teams won the Dartmouth Carnival for the first time since 2010.For the alpine skiers, the carnival was a return to familiar territory and a chance to make up for a disappointing outing at the skiway last season, when the University of Vermont won the men’s and women’s slalom on the second day en route to a come-from-behind overall win — Dartmouth’s only loss of the season.
Should Republicans pray for rain on election day? What do black holes tell us about the formation of galaxies?
Everett's one-person play “It’s Fine, I’m Fine” premiered on Jan.19 for a crowd of about 240 people.
At this point, many have heard the statistics: including the 2018 contingent of athletes, Dartmouth athletes will have earned nearly 150 spots on Winter Olympics teams.
Last week, the College reported a total of 22,005 applications for the Class of 2022, marking a 9.8 percent increase in applications compared to last year.
Fourteen athletes and one coach in the 2018 Winter Olympics are affiliated with Dartmouth — the most ever Olympic participants for the College in a single Games
As campus becomes more and more like the ice planet Hoth, Star Wars-themed events will dominate Winter Carnival, which is titled “Snow Wars: May The Frost Be With You.” New and old activities will include an official snow sculpture — back from a three year hiatus — and classics such as the human dogsled race, ice sculpture contest, polar bear plunge and 99-cent ski day.
For a leader, it can often be difficult to strike a balance between pushing group members toward growth and making everyone feel motivated and supported.
Before King Arthur Flour and Novack Café opened as dining options in Baker-Berry Library, only Baker existed on Dartmouth’s campus.
Former men’s soccer coach Chad Riley and the Class of 2018 shared a special connection. The ’18s were the first class Riley recruited as an assistant coach and the first group of players to enter a system with Riley entrenched at the helm after he became head coach in 2013.
The Salt Hill Pub franchise plans to open a new café in downtown Lebanon this spring, serving a combination of coffee and desserts.
On Jan. 12, three Geisel School of Medicine students testified at a New Hampshire state legislature meeting on behalf of House Bill 1241, a bill that would establish a commission to assess the benefits and expenses of a single-payer healthcare system in New Hampshire.
The perks of living in the Digital Age are plenty. Computing technology has revolutionized communication, entertainment and work.
What's a president to do when the government shuts down?
Anti-fascism scholar and College history professor Mark Bray gave a presentation yesterday called “Antifa: The History and Politics of Anti-Fascism.” Bray has been a central voice in the debate over the employment of violence by anti-fascist groups, authoring national bestseller “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook” and speaking out in the media.
Democratic congressman Rep. John Delaney of Maryland spoke at Beta Alpha Omega fraternity on Jan.
Photographer Divya Kopalle explores the idea of migration on Dartmouth campus.
This past December, the School of Graduate and Advanced Studies and Lebanon High School hosted an inaugural Science Olympiad invitational tournament at the College.
Every year, the student body lines up outside of Thompson Arena with tennis balls in hand, waiting for the hockey game of the year against Princeton University.
A wave of cold weather struck the East Coast last week, setting record low temperatures in New Hampshire and nearby states like Maine and Vermont.