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This week is the biggest set of premieres for television this season with nearly 40 shows airing.
Fall is officially underway, which means the beginnings of a new season of TV shows. Networks have already rolled out some new and returning programs, but have no fear!
Following last week’s reports that Alpha Delta fraternity and Delta Delta Delta sorority hosted a Bloods and Crips-themed party on July 26, Dartmouth has once again found itself mired in reports of racial insensitivity and a flawed Greek system.
“The Cheshire Murders” (2013) aired earlier this month on HBO and explored the appropriateness of the death penalty sentence for the July 2007 murder of the Petit family in Cheshire, Conn. Hayley Petit, then 17, was set to join the Class of 2011 that fall in Hanover.
While sipping your coffee and opening your laptop to check blitz this morning, you were likely taken back by the web interface's sleek new design. Beginning today, Computer Services is transitioning students’ accounts to the latest version of the blitz system.
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Alexis Madrigal: "Follow your own curiosity" — Bobbie Johnson, MediumAlexis Madrigal, a senior editor at the Atlantic, shared his advice on writing.
Geisel School of Medicine professor H.
Canada's Legend-ary TED Talk Lie — Gary Rubinstein, Gary Rubinstein BlogDartmouth's Commencement speaker this year, Geoffrey Canada, recently gave a TED talk titled 'Our failing schools.
If Weather.com gives any indication for how successful Green Key will be this year, the weekend looks like it has potential.
Nixon Grandson Recreates President's China Trip, but What Is His Wife Wearing?
The Huffington Post featured an opinion piece by Justin Maffett ’16 on HuffPost College last Friday. In the piece, Maffett suggested that Dartmouth should create residential communities that would remain constant throughout students’ time at Dartmouth.
Before There Was Photoshop, These Photographers Knew How to Manipulate an Image — Paul Bisceglio, Smithsonian magazineJerry Uelsmann revolutionized photography by manually blending negatives to produce surreal, dreamlike landscapes.
In China, the Shared Grief of Losing a Single Child Like Lu Lingzi— Didi Kirsten Tatlow, IHT Rendezvous (The New York Times)The Death of Chinese student Lu Lingzi in the Boston Marathon attack and the earthquake in Sichuan Province on Saturday prompted the discussion about China’s “one child policy”. Until 2012, at least one million families lost their only child.
English professor Jeff Sharlet, a contributing editor for Harper's and Rolling Stone, has been tweeting about the April 19 Dimensions show protest and its aftermath with the hashtag #uglyivy.
Inequality And New York’s Subway — The New YorkerThe U.S.
Women in a Man's World — Andrew Sorkin, Dealbook (The New York Times)“The women at the top of organizations that I know will tell you that we think that we’ve made it because we were born the way we are and can play by these rules without feeling damaged by them,” Ms. Dorner said.
As an Ivy League student, you’re probably familiar with the media’s tendency to rank colleges, many of which generously use the ambiguous term “Best Colleges” to attract readers.