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She has taught acting for two decades, but now theater professor Mara Sabinson is playing a different kind of role -- plaintiff in a lawsuit that raises serious charges of harassment and discrimination against College administrators. Sabinson, 59, a tenured associate professor, is suing Dartmouth for alleged age, sexual and religious discrimination, as well as breach of contract.
Case cracked: "The Da Vinci Code" will be the opening-night movie at the Cannes Film Festival in May, organizers said. Based on Dan Brown's esoteric thriller about code-breaking and conspiracy, the film will debut at the Riviera festival and in French theaters on May 17, the festival said Saturday.
Courtesy of Trailer Park Boys Online What I'm about to say may anger many of you, though some of you may correctly agree with me: American television is crap.
Jennifer Wang / The Dartmouth Staff The carnival season got off to a bizarre start at this weekend's Colby Carnival at Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine.
The purpose of my fictional story about Palestinian suicide bombings against Israelis ("Allahu Akbar and a Bang," Jan.
It is now a quarter to midnight. I'm sitting at my desk perusing sports statistics and munching on cookies.
Steven Spielberg should be commended for his most recent film, the gripping "Munich." As we live in a world that is still very much held hostage to the type of insidious terror that underpins much of "Munich," the film and its message are especially poignant.
The carnival season got off to a bizarre start at this weekend's Colby Carnival at Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine.
Students and faculty gathered Tuesday afternoon in Collis Commonground to hear infectious disease specialist Dr. Kathryn Kirkland of the Dartmouth Medical School discuss the possibility of pandemic flu outbreaks. In her lecture, titled "What if the Chicken Crosses the Road?
High schools across America may be forced to have the rigor of their curricula vetted by the federal government in order for their students to be eligible for new grants under a budget bill pending in Congress. Last month, Republican senators inserted a new financial assistance program for students into a bill that had previously passed in the House of Representatives. The program proposes to provide eligible low-income freshmen and sophomores in college with grants of $750 and $1,300, respectively.
Publications ranging from The New York Times to Network World magazine have previously lauded Dartmouth College's technological capacities, but the College received no applause from The Princeton Review last Friday, when the company made no mention of Dartmouth in its third annual list of the Top 25 Most Connected Campuses. This year's list was compiled based on the results of a 361-college technology survey.
Dartmouth's endowment return topped the national average for higher education endowments by more than five percent for the 2005 fiscal year according to an annual survey released this week by the National Association of College and University Business Officers. The College generated returns to their investments of 14.4 percent compared with the national average endowment earnings of 9.3 percent. Yale had the strongest return of any school, generating a 22.3 percent return on investments. Despite strong returns on its investments, Dartmouth's total endowment -- just over $2.7 billion at the end of the 2005 fiscal year -- was seventh in the Ivy League and 22nd overall, according to NACUBO's 746-college survey.
When critics bandy about the precious hyphenate 'singer-songwriter,' they often use words such as 'confessional' and 'sensitive' to evoke the tone of the style, a populist amalgam of rock, country and folk idioms that emerged in the late '60s and early '70s to describe the music of artists as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Nick Drake and Townes Van Zandt.
Emma Haberman / The Dartmouth Senior Staff The men's basketball team currently has a record of 2-13.
Emma Haberman / The Dartmouth Senior Staff After a strong finish at the Big Green Invitational in November, the Dartmouth men's tennis team will look to start off the dual-match season with two victories this weekend when it takes on Army and Clemson at West Point, N.Y. "We were just talking at practice about how much fun it is to play matches," said assistant coach Dave Jones.
To the Editor: Although I did not witness the Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra concert, I must take issue with Dylan Hume's assertion that "she is one of the few jazz composers today who creates a truly unique sound" ("Maria Schneider brings unique sound to the Hop," Jan.
I hope other readers in town have followed the opinion pages of The Dartmouth over the last two weeks.