Check it out
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of 's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Check it out
Rumor Has It...
"I'm so excited. Kaitlyn Cooper's returning to "The OC" tonight!" "Oh yeah! I've never met her." Two girls milling by Collis garbage cans, post-breakfast "My favorite part of going to Dartmouth is that I'm a Kappa, and that's like being permanently in style." Drunk girl, Second Floor of AD "She's so lame.
HOW TO BE ALMOST A ROCK STAR
/ The Dartmouth / The Dartmouth Athletes of the Week Ted Newhouse '09 Squash With Dartmouth men's squash tied with Williams at four wins apiece, freshman Ted Newhouse took the court with the match in his hands.
Seven years ago, I was standing outside a Days Inn motel room tuning my skis in preparation for a race the next morning.
Zak Kaufman / The Dartmouth Staff Dartmouth's track teams continued their winning ways on Saturday, defeating local rivals Vermont and the University of New Hampshire here at Leverone Field House. The men scored 177.5 points to UNH's 144.5 and Vermont's 25, while the women totaled 145.5 to edge out New Hampshire's 124.5 and Vermont's 79.
Samantha Ceppos / The Dartmouth Senior Staff MANCHESTER -- The men of Dartmouth's Big Green hockey team made the hour-long bus ride to the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester Saturday afternoon in hopes of coming away with their second RiverStone Cup and a victory over the University of New Hampshire Wildcats.
To the Editor: I can't believe the complete disregard for reality! President Bush has gone against Dr. King's dreams?
To the Editor: Zach Moore's op-ed, "A Man of Pragmatism" (Jan.12), leaves out an important part of Ariel Sharon's life.
Trustee Chair Bill Neukom was following the Administration's media playbook when he said in an interview in the January/February Alumni Magazine that Dartmouth graduates are "superbly prepared." In the area of writing, this statement is just not true. A few years ago in Paris, in a moment of greater candor, President Jim Wright told alumni that student writing is a "national problem." The status of undergraduate writing was best summarized by Professor Warren Goldstein in the July/August 2005 Yale Alumni Magazine when he wrote: "There is no single topic on which faculty, nationwide, agree more than that student writing is atrocious and getting worse." The Dartmouth Administration has not been blind to this problem, but its lumbering response has been all too typical. After a 2002 outside review of the Composition Center, a review that one faculty member described to me as "scathing," the Center's name was changed to RWiT [Student Center for Research, Writing and Information Technology]. However, its organization and the role of its revolving group of undergraduate student tutors remained substantially the same. Subsequently, work by a faculty "Committee on Writing" in 2002-2004 led to the creation of Dartmouth's new Writing Program, with a three-year budget of $400,000. Writing Program Chair Tom Corman's first step was to change the names of English 2, 3, and 5 to Writing 2, 3, and 5.
A funny thing happened this Saturday night: the New England Patriots lost. After 10 straight playoff victories, after winning three Super Bowls over the span of four years, the Patriots were bounced from the NFL playoffs when the Denver Broncos capitalized on New England's five turnovers en route to a 27-13 win. For the Patriots, this losing thing may take some getting used to.
Courtesy of the University of Texas at San Antonio Health Science Center The Oregon Health and Science University named Dr. Charles R.
Yesterday Dartmouth experienced some of the coldest temperatures of the year, forcing many students to take refuge in their dorms.
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Obligated Group, which comprises the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic, received an A+ rating on its newest $53.125 million bond issue earlier this month from Fitch Ratings, a New York financial ratings firm.
Associated Press Washington, D.C., police apprehended two suspects in last week's beating death of The New York Times reporter David Rosenbaum '63. The first suspect, Michael Cleveland Hamlin, 23, of Washington, turned himself into police on Thursday night after seeing his face on television throughout the evening.