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In allegations that span multiple generations of graduate students, four students in Dartmouth’s department of psychological and brain sciences told The Dartmouth this week that three professors now under investigation by the College and state prosecutors created a hostile academic environment that they allege included excessive drinking, favoritism and behaviors that they considered to be sexual harassment.
By AMANDA A. AMANN November 3, 1993 0 Comments
This past weekend, the five women of Dartmouth College’s Fall 2018 MainStage production,“Eclipsed,” brought to life a stunning portrayal of sisterhood and the light of the human spirit during the nightmare of the Second Liberian Civil War.
We thought the day would never come, but it’s here: Thom Yorke, lead singer in popular alternative rock band Radiohead, wrote a movie soundtrack. Not just any movie, either — Yorke took on a horror film .“Suspiria” is a modern reboot of the 1970s Italian horror movie about a not-so-innocent ballet company. While the movie is only being shown in select theatres currently, the soundtrack was released last Friday and is a looming, creepy and ethereal listening experience.
After a tumultuous gestation that included the firing of director Bryan Singer and the departure of lead actor Sacha Baron Cohen, the long-awaited film “Bohemian Rhapsody” finally hit theaters this past Friday. Chronicling the rise to stardom of legendary front man Freddie Mercury and his band Queen, the movie meanders through Mercury’s adult life, beginning with his early days working on the tarmac at Heathrow Airport and culminating in Queen’s transcendent performance at the 1985 Live Aid concert, just six years before Mercury’s death due to AIDS-related pneumonia. “Bohemian Rhapsody” is replete with epic moments of Mercurian grandeur and spectacle, but it falters when it tries to delve into the singer’s Dionysian exploits and hedonistic vices while retaining a relatively family-friendly approach.