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Samantha Ceppos / The Dartmouth Senior Staff For only the second time this season, the Dartmouth men's hockey team survived a weekend of competition without a loss.
Emma Haberman / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Big Green women's basketball head coach Chris Wielgus recorded her 300th win at Dartmouth with a victory over last year's Ivy League co-champion, the Harvard Crimson, in a 91-76 victory on Saturday night at Harvard's Lavietes Pavilion. "We were pretty confident going into the Harvard game," Angie Soriaga '06 said.
To the Editor: Kudos to the writer, Deborah Wassel '07 ("Winter Woes, Begone," Jan. 6). As a kid in Hanover '54-'58 and a Dartmouth grad of '66, I have to say I shared a different perspective.
To the Editor: There is a simple explanation as to why Dartmouth has not joined Harvard, Yale and Stanford in replacing binding early decision with an early action program (Verbum Ultimum, Jan.
To the Editor: In criticizing Sara del Nido's column on the Jack Abramoff scandal, Ralph A.
To the Editor: The ROTC has never provided need based scholarships to any student as Congress never authorized same ("ROTC cadets to receive full financial support," Jan.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig's dream of a "World Baseball Classic" between competing national all-star teams may join the XFL and the Lingerie Bowl in the pantheon of laughably misbegotten sports promotions.
In an attempt to make the faculty more accessible to the public, the Dartmouth Office of Public Affairs recently created a series of audio programs made available online through a new format called "podcasting." The series, "Views from the Green," is a production of interviews with members of the Dartmouth community, primarily faculty members, on a range of different topics. The public affairs office decided to implement podcasting in order to make the work of professors and other members of the Dartmouth community easily available to the outside world, according to Public Affairs Officer Susan Knapp. "Clearly podcasting is gaining popularity, so we at the Public Affairs office thought it was time to do it.
Keeping up in the fast-paced digital technology world, the Dartmouth College Library recently announced a partnership with Readex, a Vermont-based company that specializes in online publications of historical collections. In the agreement, Readex will digitize the College's U.S.
Students taking classes in a variety of departments will lose a valued writing resource at the end of this academic year. The Departmental Editing Program, which provides an in-house writing editor to the art history, religion and mathematics departments, will cease this June, when the program's founder and financier Joseph Asch '79 plans to cut off DEP's funds.
Courtesy of Kassys "Kommer" is a show that seems formulated to defy conventional description.
To the Editor: I was pleased to read the coverage of the recent summit meeting between many college and university presidents (including President Wright) and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice ("Wright attends summit piloted by Pres.
In its Jan. 6 Verbum Ultimum, The Dartmouth urged that the College consider abandoning its binding early decision admissions program in favor of a nonbinding early action program.
There has been a lot of talk recently about Congressional corruption. Quite a few scandals are erupting and it appears that the Republican-controlled Capitol Hill is repeating the errors of its predecessors in varying degrees of gravity.
Students receive opportunities for engineering projects
Students returning to campus may have noticed problems using AOL Instant Messenger which, according to campus network administrators, has been the result of a congested network. A popular means of communication with contacts outside Dartmouth, AIM has not been working for many students since the beginning of the term.