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Over the past few weeks, 15 of the College’s 23 Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council Greek houses participated in the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hero Inter-Greek fundraising competition, part of the annual CHaD Hero half marathon and Ripcord 5K.
Activist and founder of MensWork Rus Funk kicked off Dartmouth’s annual White Ribbon Campaign with an address Monday night, in which he said men have a responsibility to be an active part of the efforts to end violence against women.
College President Phil Hanlon laid out his vision for the future of Dartmouth academics at the general faculty meeting Monday. He stressed the importance of experiential learning and introduced proposals to keep tuition rates flat with inflation, create a freestanding graduate school and hire faculty in clusters.
Employment positions in the art world are some of the most competitive and sought after, and each year, numerous students commit to following their passions by pursuing internships.
Marathons are one of the ultimate tests of endurance and mental toughness for athletes. Athletes begin training plans, start months in advance and precisely calculate mileage to maximize performance on race day. The decision to run a marathon comes with many sacrifices, as runners change their diets, sleep schedules and social lives to focus on the upcoming challenge.
The cross country teams had strong showings this weekend at the Ivy League Cross Country Heptagonal Championships in Princeton, N.J., with the women taking home the Ivy title in a 6K race and the men finishing third in an 8K. The women ran away with the competition, defeating second-place Cornell University by 28 points.
Before the start of fall term, I traveled to Asia for the first time to visit my friend and former roommate in China. The trip was very eye-opening and provided me with the opportunity to see a variety of people, places and cultural elements that I had never experienced. I spent time with students on the Beijing language study abroad program and interacted with them without actually being part of the group, as a sort of third party observer.
In a surprising op-ed for The Wall Street Journal this Sunday, usually apolitical Apple CEO Time Cook urged Congress to approve the Employment Nondiscrimination Act, which up to now has received tepid public support. The proposed bill, currently under review by Congress, would protect workers from discrimination and termination as a result of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
“@Max_parker3 @Dartmouth Hurry up, we are starting!” Jay Harris, host and anchor of ESPN’s Sports Center, interrupted his remarks to tweet at a student who had expressed interest in attending Harris’ lecture in front of a packed audience Sunday afternoon.
Two years ago, Dartmouth Dining Services, in conjunction with the reopening of the Class of 1953 Commons, announced that it would shift from the a la carte payment system to a block choice and meal swipe plan. Since the change, more students have migrated to larger plans, said DDS director David Newlove.
For students around the country, a term off from college has long brought the specter of work without pay. With an unpaid internship, students can build professional skills but sacrifice the opportunity to work for wages.
As Dartmouth welcomes prospective students to campus, tour guides boast that the College’s graduation rates are among the highest in the country.
This week, faithful readers, we have decided to take our talents off of the field and exercise the biggest muscles we have: our brains.
This week I sat down with linebacker Will McNamara ’16, who last week earned Ivy League defensive player of the week, as well as Northeast Credit Union player of the week and Fox College Sports defensive player of the week for his two interception performance against Columbia University.
Dartmouth opened its home season against Union College on Friday before squaring off against No. 10 Rensselaer (5-2-1, 1-1-1 ECAC) on Saturday. Dartmouth (0-4-0, 0-2-0 ECAC) was completely routed in both games, 7-2 and 7-1, respectively.
Dartmouth women’s soccer suffered a devastating 2-1 loss at the hands of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., on Saturday. This most recent defeat sealed Harvard’s (11-3-2, 6-0 Ivy) position as Ivy League champions.
The Big Green volleyball team had a disappointing weekend, losing to both Yale University and Brown University in two home games.
Note to readers (May 23, 2014):
When The Dartmouth found thatJake Bayer '16 had fabricated a quotation, wedecided to remove his articles from our website.\n
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In a weekend road swing through frigid upstate New York, the women’s hockey team captured its first win of the season on Saturday, knocking off a tough Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute team by two goals.
The Virginia Supreme Court ruled that Virginia Polytechnic Institute was not negligent when officials did not notify campus of a shooting on April 16, 2007.