NARP Meets World

October 10, 2016 12:24pm

The Beginning of a New Era It’s a cutthroat jungle out here at Dartmouth — a dog-eat-dog world where the only two things that can help you make it in life are social capital and a slick pair of Sperry’s.

Just a Bit Outside with Sam Stockton '19

October 9, 2016 8:28pm

I get it. Vin Scully is really good at announcing baseball games. He tells anecdotes that make the game come alive. He’s been with the Los Angeles Dodgers forever, or at least since 1950 when the Dodgers were still in Brooklyn. That’s all well and good, but I didn’t grow up in Los Angeles, and I’ve never once listened to a Dodger game on the radio. I was at the game last summer, when Scully announced he’d be back for a 67th and final season, but I have to say it didn’t have much of an effect on me. Scully didn’t play any role in my baseball experience as I got into the sport, so while I respect his undoubtedly remarkable career, his retirement will not affect me or my love for baseball.

The Weekend Roundup: Week Four

Volleyball The women’s volleyball team fell in both its Ivy League games against Yale University and Brown University this weekend.

Hot Takes with Max Zhuang '19

I love the San Francisco Giants. I’ve loved them ever since Barry Bonds was still hitting home runs and we didn’t think he was a dirty cheater, since Tim Lincecum was the best ...

One-on-One with Carl Hesler '18

Jonathan Katzman ’17 sat down with Carl Hesler '18 to discuss his new role as the men's hockey captain and the team's first games against Harvard University and the University ...