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Under the direction of Rebecca Darling, the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble performed wonderfully fluid and moving pieces at its “DisCONNECTed” performance at the Top of the Hop on Saturday. The gripping show illustrated the problem of a generation that holds technology supreme and renders real human interaction virtually obsolete.
On Saturday night, Spaulding Auditorium was packed as the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra unveiled the culmination of its hard work this term with Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor and Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 in E minor.
Last year, Quentin Tarantino tackled American slavery with the subtlety of a bull in a China shop with his revenge epic, “Django Unchained.” While the film was a critical and commercial success, there was a loud contingent that attacked Tarantino for treating slavery and its implications with such irreverence.
Finding your career path at Dartmouth is daunting but empowering
Assessing the limits and challenges of being “greener”
This week, I sat down with Lucielle Kozlov ’16 and Jackie Friedman ’16 of the women’s soccer team to discuss the season’s end and what lies ahead for the team during the offseason.
Austin Major and Freddie Fletcher try their hands at rowing for this week's column.
It was a bittersweet weekend at Burnham Field as the women’s soccer team finished its season with an impressive 4-1 victory over Cornell University. The win moved the Big Green to 8-6-3 and 4-3 in the Ivy League, good enough for a fourth-place finish in the Ancient Eight.
Note to readers (May 23, 2014):
When The Dartmouth found thatJake Bayer '16 had fabricated a quotation, wedecided to remove his articles from our website.\n
For a full statement, clickhere.
The volleyball team had a tough weekend of home matches against the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University. The Quakers (14-9, 8-4 Ivy) and Tigers (9-13, 5-7 Ivy) beat the Big Green (10-14, 3-9 Ivy) in 3-1 matches
In a disappointing weekend on the road, the women’s hockey team failed to shake off an early season slump, dropping back-to-back contests against No. 6 Clarkson University on Friday evening and St. Lawrence University on Saturday.
Dartmouth routed Cornell 34-6 in a game in which the Big Green (4-4, 3-2 Ivy) overtook the Big Red (1-7, 0-5 Ivy) by nearly 300 yards, including almost 250 yards on the ground. The big victory maintains slim hopes for the Ivy League title going into the final two weeks of the season.
The field hockey team fell to Cornell University 3-0 in its final home game of the year on Saturday. The loss was Dartmouth’s 10th of the season, bringing its overall record to 7-10 and its Ivy record to 3-4.
Dartmouth experienced its third consecutive rough weekend, losing a close game 3-2 to Clarkson University Friday night at home before St. Lawrence University overtook the Big Green 8-5 Saturday night, also in Thompson Arena. The losses dropped the Big Green to 0-6-0, 0-4-0 in the ECAC.
Vice president for human resources Myron McCoo will step down from his role on Nov. 30, and former executive director Lynda Baker will serve as acting vice president during the search for a permanent replacement.
College President Phil Hanlon’s proposed initiative to expand and require experiential learning will consist of research experiences, community service, entrepreneurial activities, creative performances and professional experiences.
Twelve recent multiracial graduates share their personal experiences in the anthology “Mixed: Multiracial College Students Tell Their Life Stories,” which examines the identity development of mixed-race students.
While a PhD in computer science and a diploma in calligraphy and bookbinding may seem like an unconventional pairing, University of Washington professor David Levy ’71 discussed how the juxtaposition of the two disciplines can demonstrate the value of contemplation in a fast-paced world in a lecture Thursday evening.
Brown University will investigate a protest that led to the cancellation of an event with New York City police commissioner Raymond Kelly to decide whether students involved should be disciplined, The New York Times reported.
WARMTH:We love the unexpected sun but it might be time to pick a season, Hanover.
SPACE:Apparently the chance of life on other planets is greater than ever, according to data from NASA's Kepler spacecraft.