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Known for a lively, innovative and fervent sound, multi-Grammy award-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis will be bringing his explosive spontaneity to the Hopkins Center on Friday, August 10.
Marsalis will perform material from his latest record, "Braggtown," accompanied by quartet members, pianist Joey Calderazzo, drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts, and bassist Eric Revis.
Ben Taylor '07 won in the final round of Jeopardy last Friday with a total of $25,599. Taylor first tried out for the game-show online then auditioned in Boston, but did not hear back from the officials until a year later.
Kawakahi Amina / The Dartmouth Staff
Six Nicaraguan students moved into La Casa at 4 a.m.
Philip Wagner / The Dartmouth
COOS COUNTY, N.H.
CLAREMONT, N.H. -- Following a week of financial woes and negative publicity surrounding his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, Sen.
Wednesday's sex screening in Collis, hosted by Dartmouth's student sex awareness group, the Sexperts, featured flavored lube tasting, condom exercises with dildos, rubber dental dam competitions and personal risk consultations.
July 5, 1:37 a.m., West Wheelock Street
After running a routine license plate check on a car, Hanover police discovered that the driver, a 25-year-old female, was driving with a suspended license.
Ah yes, the infamous gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (queer, questioning, curious, fluid, etc.) dating scene at Dartmouth.
It's summer -- the season of sunshine, sweat and skimpy clothing. Only this time around you're at Dartmouth, land of hot hookups and quick goodbyes where connections are formed as fast as pong balls flying across the table.
Potter-mania has undeniably dominated the month of July. With the release of the seventh and final book of the series just a week away, the release of the newest Harry Potter film just eleven days prior to the novel was clearly a preemptive strike meant to titillate die-hard fans and keep Potter on the brain.
But for those of us who stood in line until midnight on Wednesday, July 11, the book's release will be a much-welcomed respite from the film franchise.
Teresa Lattanzio / The Dartmouth Staff
With summer in full swing, the layers of parkas, long underwear, and mile-long scarves that dominate campus nine months of the year have finally taken a hiatus.
Jarman Rogers / The Dartmouth Staff
Dartmouth athletes are forced to make major adjustments as members of the Big Green's varsity teams temporarily disband for the summer.
To the Editor:
I was pleased to read the recent articles by Tina Praprotnik ("Gah-Gah for Gu," June 29) and Zak Moore ("The Hair Up There," July 6) about the art installation by Wenda Gu, currently on display in Baker-Berry Library and commissioned by the Hood Museum of Art.
This summer, five Dartmouth students embarked on the first collaborative program between Dartmouth and the Tuck School of Business as participants of the newly created Paganucci Fellowship Program.
Here is a scene from ABC Family's newest show, "Greek."
It is freshman orientation, and two roommates -- Dale and Rusty -- sip Red Bulls and mingle with their new classmates at a party full of engineering dorks.
Sylvia Spears, the new director of the Office of Pluralism and Leadership and Associate Dean of Student Life, assumed her responsibilities on campus last week.
While our small, bucolic campus witnesses less crime than the average college, safety issues do exist at Dartmouth.
The Summer term hosts an onslaught of non-Dartmouth students who live in the College's residential halls during their time in Hanover.