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The Dartmouth men's and women's basketball teams have both experienced early season woes in non-Ivy competition as the women have dropped to 1-7 and the men to 2-7 on the season. The Big Green men fell to Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne and Bucknell University on Nov.
Dartmouth President-elect Philip Hanlon '77's experiences as a student and a member of a Greek organization, combined with his emphasis on undergraduate teaching, will help inform his decisions as president and his relationships with College community members, many students, faculty members and alumni said.
Hanlon will succeed interim President Carol Folt in July
The Dartmouth men's and women's hockey teams struggled against tough competition over the past two weeks, combining to go 0-3-2 in five games, three of which came against top-10 opponents.
If Dartmouth's 35-21 win over Princeton University on Saturday was a sign of things to come, then perhaps it is already time to get excited about the 2013 football season. Behind the youthful and stellar play of freshman quarterback Dalyn Williams '16 and junior linebacker Michael Runger '14, the Big Green (6-4, 4-3 Ivy) denied the Tigers (5-5, 4-3 Ivy) an Ivy League title and finished with a winning league record for the second year in a row. "A nice win programmatically," head coach Buddy Teevens said.
Abbey D'Agostino '14 finished second at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships on Saturday at E.P.
Louise Erdrich '76 received the National Book Award a prestigious award whose previous recipients include Ray Bradbury, Judy Blume and Tom Wolfe for her fiction novel "The Round House" on Wednesday.
Courtesy of Dartmouth.edu The College launched its new homepage design today, marking the first phase of the Dartmouth website's redesign by award-winning website design company Digital Pulp.
This column is meant to address the concerns of "IndependentVoice" an anonymous commenter on The Dartmouth's article covering the bias incident last week who requested that someone discuss why this election has caused the phrase "f-ck white people" to trend on Twitter ("Incident Team reacts to bigoted vandalism," Nov.
Parsons the New School for Design announced that it will reopen its Paris program in the fall of 2013, The New York Times reported.
Surrounded by the traditional green and white of Alumni Hall, over a hundred Dartmouth students gathered on Monday night as five male members of the Class of 2013 recounted stories of personal growth and struggle.