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Superheroes came out flying on Sunday, or so it appeared as over 3,500 people, many in colorful costumes, participated the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hero half marathon and Ripcord 5K. As of press time, the hospital had raised more than $697,000.
The Barrows Rotunda, the circular space that greets passersby as they enter the Hopkins Center, will showcase the work of studio art intern Julian MacMillan ’14 until Nov. 25.
Audience members are primed for the trip of a lifetime, as Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble will play a concert that delivers them to space, celebrating the influence of musician and philosopher Sun Ra on Saturday. Noted trombonist and composer Craig Harris, who once played with Sun Ra as a member of Arkestra, will join Barbary Coast on stage.
With the sun peeking out from behind the clouds over Memorial Field nearly three hours into the game, Dartmouth held Holy Cross to a sack and three incomplete passes to seal a 24-21 victory in the Big Green’s Homecoming game.
This Homecoming, we decided to devote our "big weekend" special issue to a topic that has always been synonymous with life at Dartmouth: the Greek system.
Last week, late-night visitors to the Collis Café found the rear entrance to the venue roped off, its glass doors shut — new measures to prevent food theft. Employees catch around 60 students a day attempting to steal food across all Dartmouth Dining Services venues, according to director David Newlove.
Almost 400 visitors crossed the Green this weekend during the last of three “fall information days” run by the admissions office.
In what will go down as one of Dartmouth’s most satisfying wins in the 100-year history of the Yale Bowl, the Big Green (3-1, 2-0 Ivy) defeated Yale University 38-31 in a back-and-forth thriller in New Haven.
Alpha Delta fraternity and Psi Upsilon fraternity, which are respectively suspended and on probation, must adopt new alcohol distribution procedures after their alcohol bans are lifted.
The men’s soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to seven games in the first leg of a four-game homestand with a dominating 3-1 win over Central Connecticut State University on Tuesday night.
Between 2001 and 2013, English, religion, history and art history have seen significant decreases in enrollment while the engineering, physics and economics departments experienced growth, according to office of the registrar data compiled by Jason Goodman ’12.
As trees transform and leaves begin to scatter, out come the cameras pointed at bright branches. Leaf peepers have come to town, bringing a boost in tourism and benefits for local businesses.
With the rain coming down in Hanover, the Big Green football team crushed the University of Pennsylvania 31-13 to win its first Ivy League opener since 2007 on Saturday.
The survey results, released in late September, found that roughly 90 percent of students indicated satisfaction with their Dartmouth experience, down from a recent peak of 95 percent in 2010. The College recorded a more severe dip when it asked members of the Class of 2014 if they would recommend the College to “a high school senior who resembled them.” Only 71 percent indicated they would do so, down about 10 percentage points from the Class of 2012.
As I come upon my fifth term at Dartmouth, I have reached the status of what one would call a SWUG — “Sophomore Washed-Up Gender-nonconformer.” Despite the growing exhaustion, I have undergone an incredibly comprehensive process of self-discovery.
Following a change in how the College tallies liquor law arrests and violations, reports of these incidents skyrocketed.
Saturday under the lights, for the first time since a snowy November night, the gridiron came alive in Hanover.
In a back-and-forth game, Dartmouth defeated the visiting Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils 35-25, thanks in large part to a mid-game run of 28 points.
Students used to a daily fix of brie and apple sandwiches, handmade marshmallows and skim milk mochas won’t have to adjust their eating habits after all, as King Arthur Flour’s Baker-Berry Library cafe will remain open in 2015.
College President Phil Hanlon, Provost Carolyn Dever and student body president Casey Dennis ’15 stressed the importance of diversity at convocation on Monday.
A new housing policy allows incoming students to choose who they live with. Previously, the College assigned roommates either randomly or with the aid of a housing survey.