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In the early hours of Thursday morning, a large piece of plywood with the Dartmouth Indian head painted on it and a sign that read “WE stand with NAD. We say ENOUGH” were placed on the steps of Dartmouth Hall. The piece of plywood — a pong table — also included the words “Boom Boom Lodge,” a slang phrase used to refer to Theta Delta Chi fraternity and its physical building.
Six panelists discussed mental health issues at what was a culminating event for Student Assembly’s “Stop Hiding, Start Talking” initiative on Thursday night in Rollins Chapel. Topics ranged from struggles with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and eating disorders.
United by a common interest in discussing and developing immigration reform, students from 20 different institutions representing all corners of the United States will arrive at Dartmouth today for the sixth annual Collegial Alliance for Immigration Reform Conference. The conference, organized by the non-partisan Coalition for Immigration Reform, Equality and DREAMers, will run from Nov. 6 to Nov. 8 and has a varied schedule of events, including lectures, workshops, presentations and discussions.
Despite administrative discourse, sexual assault has not been solved on campus.
The Dartmouth received 243 responses to a survey about taboos on campus, including questions about sex, crime and hygiene.
During Maddie and Maggie’s freshman year, they quickly formed a little crush on a senior boy.
Close your eyes and take a moment to remember how you felt right after Trips ended. You were on top of the world, weren’t you?
What are the most taboo topics at Dartmouth?
After all, the Ledyard Challenge is just one of the College’s numerous nudity-focused traditions, along with streaking finals, the Dartmouth Seven and the blue light challenge. Although we consider these practices normal and acceptable, a closer examination may provide a different perspective — why do so many of our traditions require participants to be naked? Are we obsessed with nudity?
Man, only 11 days until classes are over. Where has this term gone? I don’t want to go home. I could stay here forever.
I hate to admit it, but there is something special about going for a drive.
Aside from us, there are approximately 1,114 other ’19s at Dartmouth. They come from across the globe — from here in New Hampshire to Thailand to Kenya. And yet, we haven’t a heard a single one of them admit to being homesick.
New Hampshire’s marijuana laws are draconian and must be reformed.
What’s good Dartmouth? The “Shoot For It” boys are back in action this week talking about the reigning National Basketball Association’s Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry.
There is not a single rugby player in this world that has not been yelled at by his ten.
Much like it did in the 2014 season, the loss to the Harvard Crimson last Friday seems to have extinguished Dartmouth’s Ivy League title aspirations.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) joked, “This is the only way I could get into an Ivy League School — by running for president,” at a town hall meeting Wednesday afternoon. Graham is the second presidential candidate to be featured in “America’s Economic Future,” a lecture series co-sponsored by the Tuck School of Business and the Rockefeller Center.
The Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault called for increased campus preventive and response measures for sexual assault in its 2015 recommendations, released last week to the Dartmouth community.
Plans to create an administratively independent School of Graduate and Advanced Studies were discussed in detail at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center on Wednesday during the second of three “town hall” style meetings. Information included details about the organization of the new school and concerns about the project’s budget.
The Teaching Science Fellows program — created to make difficult introductory science courses accessible to a wider range of students — is now in its second year. The two current fellows, Therese Kienemund ’15 and Joshua Prickel ’15, work with the professors and students of large science courses in a variety of capacities, including holding office hours and conducting course surveys.