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Jessica Griffen / The Dartmouth Staff
Medical students, doctors and health care workers gathered at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center on Tuesday to hear Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards speak on current and future policy issues facing the medical community.
The event, which featured a short opening speech by Edwards and a detailed question-and-answer session, focused mainly on Edwards' plan to address American's lack of access to affordable, effective healthcare.
"We have a dysfunctional healthcare system in America," Edwards said, citing the large number of uninsured Americans and the rising costs of treatment as indicators of the ineffectiveness of the current structure.
Chief among Edwards's proposals was the institution of a more competitive system for health insurance, designed to combat rising insurance premiums and the shrinking number of conditions covered.
"What I have proposed is basically the creation of healthcare markets," Edwards said.
Courtesy of TV Guide
The latest show of extravagantly wealthy teenagers running around and wreaking havoc on each others' egos comes in the form of "Gossip Girl," on the CW Network Wednesdays at 9 p.m.. While the dialogue often leaves much to be desired and some scenes are annoyingly over the top, the show itself has just enough back-stabbing, juicy drama to keep viewers coming back for more.
Am I slightly embarrassed to watch this show?
Editor's Note: Professor Peases\' column is the fifth installment of ExtraCurricular, an occasional series of commentary by Dartmouth professors.
Did you know that the lyrics to "Crank Dat Soulja Boy" are too crude to print in this column, because it will look bad when future employers and future boyfriends Google my name?
Home away from home
Kawakahi Amina / The Dartmouth Staff
Last Saturday, the Dartmouth women's soccer team (5-9-2, 3-3-1 Ivy) concluded a season of more downs than ups with a solid victory over the Brown University Bears 1-0.
"Overall it was a pretty good game and we came out with the win," co-captain Annie Stanley '08 said.
The Dartmouth Athletic Department sponsored a special deal on ski helmets with the Golf and Ski Warehouse Monday night at the Leverone Field House.
Calling for a change to the Washington climate and an end to the U.S. troop presence in Iraq, presidential hopeful Sen.
Courtsey of Professor Vijay Govindarajan
A list of the world's leading management gurus, called 2007 Thinkers 50, published Nov.
Reductions in the College's retiree health care benefits plan for faculty and staff were contested at the Fall term meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, held in Alumni Hall on Monday.
To the Editor:
I was disappointed with Monday's review of "Hair" ("'Hair' hypnotizes with humor and heartfelt drama," Nov.
In its final two matches of the season and the last for graduating seniors Katie Hirsch '08, Sandy Barbut '08 and Frances Samolowicz '08, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team swept through league rivals Cornell and Columbia at home on Friday and Saturday.
Tilman Dette / The Dartmouth Staff
The Dartmouth women's basketball team (0-1) gave Big Ten power Iowa (1-0) all it could handle until the Big Green ran out of steam in the season opener for both teams.
Courtesy of www.comedyagainstevil.com
Purported to be a politically keen comedian who focuses on social issues in his act, Dean Obeidallah didn't quite live up to the reputation that preceded him in his performance at Bentley Theater on Friday, but he managed to entertain nonetheless.
The hook of Obeidallah's act was his political humor and his outlook on being Arab-American in a post-9/11 world.
We Americans work a lot. A 2005 study by the Families and Work Institute found that two-thirds of Americans are either "highly" or "chronically" overworked, and it shows in our faces and sighs.
Hillary Clinton, you have a choice to make. You can be a strong leader and forceful Democratic presidential candidate who stands as a credit to female equality in this country, or you can regress into a crybaby politician who hides behind her dresses and pantsuits.
Unfortunately for American voters everywhere, after the latest Democratic debate at Drexel University on Oct.
The Green sprang into brilliance Sunday night in observance of the major Indian and Nepalese holiday festival of Diwali.
Members of different classes should not make assumptions about each other, Jodi Pfarr, a consultant for Aha!
Jessica Griffen / The Dartmouth Staff
Alpha Xi Delta sorority welcomed John Edwards representatives Kate Michelman and Cate Edwards, the politician's daughter, to its house on Friday for an informal meet-and-greet cosponsored by Women in Leadership and Dartmouth Students for John Edwards.