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WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 -- In a speech here today at the National Press Club, College President James Freedman praised intellectualism, which he said provides an alternative to mainstream thought at a time when liberal education, affirmative action and government funding of the arts are under attack.
Imagine hiking 27 miles on the Appalachian Trail without stopping. Imagine being cold and wet, blistered and bruised. Now imagine that you can't stop for another 30 miles.
College President James O. Freedman announced last night that he will step down after Commencement in June, citing the job's heavy toll on his personal and intellectual life.
The College's Special Collections library, which is permanently moving to Webster Hall, will be renamed the Rauner Special Collections Library, after Bruce Rauner '78.
In an era when people shop on the Internet, conduct research on the Internet and communicate on the Internet, it makes sense that they would watch television on the Internet.
Hanover Police has identified the man who shot himself in the chest on College property last Saturday as Randall Smith, a 41-year old Connecticut native.
Most people seem to want to go to New York City to try new things, but a few people from the Big Apple choseinstead to come to Hanover to broaden their horizons and see the stars.
An unidentified man, in an apparent attempt to commit suicide, shot himself in the chest in his car in the College parking lot next to the Connecticut River on Saturday afternoon.
The committee formed by Dean of the Social Sciences George Wolford to investigate alternatives to the Education Department's teacher training program has not yet begun to do research.
There are some people who find Hanover too urban, too loud, too busy and entirely too crowded.
As early as Fall term, students may be able to access the resources on the Dartmouth College Information System through the World Wide Web using web browsers like Netscape.
A New Hampshire state prosecutor was arrested Friday for possession of three works of art reported stolen from the College's collections in March 1995.
There is one Dartmouth student you will see in the newspaper a lot, and who, even if you don't know it, represents you.
Dean of the College Lee Pelton is a busy man. Not so busy that he misses his pickup basketball games with students and faculty members, though. Along with reading and writing, playing basketball is one of the three things he does well, the 6-foot-3-inch, genteel administrator said.
English Professor Peter Saccio is doing his part to uphold Dartmouth's reputation as the country's premier teaching institution, even though many of his students have never set foot in his classroom.
Everyone dreams of running off to join the circus, but one Dartmouth alumnus actually did.
Jeanette Lee '98, has been missing for over a week, and her mother has come to Hanover to look for her. Lee was last enrolled this spring.
You might want to consider running away to join the circus for a few hours this week.
Workmen are building an apartment in Cutter-Shabazz Hall to accommodate the College's Thurgood Marshall fellow, usually a student pursuing a Ph.D.
While Dartmouth's lightweight and heavyweight rowing teams failed to bring home a trophy from England's prestigious Royal Henley Regatta, the crews managed to defeat teams from Canada, England and Ireland.