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As part of a project on sustainability, digital arts students created animations of a polar bear, whose appearance of health and happiness is contingent upon the amount of electricity being used, and projected these animations on monitors throughout campus.
The newest exhibition of original works by Sera Boeno '14, titled "Tore," exposes the tragedy and horror of honor killing in Turkey that has taken many young women's lives.
Natalie Cantave / The Dartmouth Staff
While mild-mannered Jeremy Whitaker '15 astonished audiences with his energetic performance during the semifinals of "Dartmouth Idol," audiences might be even more surprised to hear that he thought he would never make it to the finals,
"There were a lot of really good people this year," he said.
Before tackling Animal House’s take on college administration (a theme that must be of interest to us all as Dartmouth prepares for the presidential transition in July), I’d like to consider the pause inserted quietly between the behemoth juxtapositions of Delta and the Administration “Bvilding.”
Often overlooked, the scene in which Delta brother Boone unconvincingly comforts his dissatisfied girlfriend Katy nevertheless acts as one of the most applicable moments in Animal House to modern life at Dartmouth.
Tomorrow and Friday, look no further than Loew Auditorium for your fix of weekend entertainment, from black bears on film to captivating animation.
Maggie Rowland / The Dartmouth Senior Staff
Imagine a place where students and faculty alike listen to music, talk during the performances, wear jeans and enjoy Lou's pies.
As a busy student, it can be hard to keep up with the world outside the Dartmouth bubble. On most days, scanning the front page of The Dartmouth and flipping through the Yahoo News ticker are the closest I come to remaining informed.
Anna Davies / The Dartmouth Senior Staff
A murder is committed and a body lies on the stage.
A century ago, New Yorkers were abuzz over 1,300 artworks displayed at the 69th Regiment Armory. Known as the Armory Show, the exhibition marked the first significant display of modern European art in America and included pieces by Paul Cezanne and Marcel Duchamp.
"Life of Pi" (2012) has a particularly simple plot: a boy, left alone with just his thoughts and a tiger, is stranded in the middle of the ocean.
Make no mistake: "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23" is not one of this generation's television masterpieces.
Gavin Huang / The Dartmouth Staff
The legendary Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater enthralled audiences in Moore Theater this weekend with performances both new and old.
No matter how many TV shows you keep up with, there are always more worthy of your attention. It’s just a fact of life.
Gavin Huang / The Dartmouth Senior Staff
Students looking to incorporate a dash of bourgeois into their Saturday night by spending the evening listening to the symphonic melodies of Prokofiev and Beethoven can look no further than the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra's winter term concert.
The concert will feature two major works of music: Prokofiev's third piano concerto and seventh symphony by Beethoven.
With much of the post-Oscars attention focused on a ceremony some called banal (the choice of Seth MacFarlane as host really upped expectations of provocation), the real question remains —how safe were the Academy Awards choices this year?
A few months before I came to Dartmouth, I turned on my television one Sunday night to find the cable news networks in a buzz over an unexpected announcement from President Barack Obama.
James Nachtwey '70, an internationally-renowned photojournalist, has captured images of war and social conflict in Northern Ireland, South Africa, the Middle East, Russia and Eastern Europe, as well within the United States.
The last time the Academy and I kind of agreed on a Best Picture winner was when the exciting and timely "The Hurt Locker" (2009) won over the visually impressive but wholly unoriginal "Avatar" (2009). Since then, I've watched the Academy give its most prestigious award to films that can be considered inferior in retrospect.
Social media outlets were bombarded last week with outrage over the death of Matthew Crawley in the season finale of "Downton Abbey" last Sunday.