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While hot dogs and hamburgers are often the staple of summer meals, senior Ross Markwort's diet over the past two months was unusually mineral-rich. Using a variety of techniques, including cleaning, acid testing and even tasting rock samples, Markwort honed his geographical mapping techniques this summer on the University of Michigan's Geographical Field Studies program.
1)The other day when I went to see the Hulk, this dude wouldn't shut up and kept yelling stuff like "Hulk, you need to chill" and "Hulk, you rule." Finally I turned to him and said, "Listen, man, you don't need to scream. He can't hear you." The guy was very nice about the whole matter, and immediately apologized to Mr. Ferrigno.
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity's annual Alpha Week kicked off last evening in Collis Commonground with an examination on the current state of hip hop.
Whether you're a fan of classic American cuisineand hunger for burgers and fries and sloppy joes, or posses a more adventurous palate, seeking out, say, alligator and peppered tenderloin, the Dartmouth Dining Service will be sure to satiate your eating needs.
A pair of the most substantial musical festivals of the year kickoff in only two days, but unfortunately you're going to have to travel to England if you want to catch them.
Over 750 relatives of members of the class of 2004 are expected on campus for this year's annual Sophomore Family Weekend.
Well two out of three ain't bad. The British media hype machine was dead on when they proclaimed The Strokes as the next big thing. And you couldn't blame them for gushing over The Hives' "Vini Vidi Vicious," a gritty punk powerhouse that permeates a classic CBGBs scent (certainly not the actual odor of the seminal Bowery club).
Director and screenwriter Richard Linklater appears to have great difficulty shedding his "Dazed and Confused" mindset with "Waking Life," an entrancing animated voyage that's destined to be a requirement in any stoner's video collection.
You might assume Monday night's program at the Verizon Wireless Arena, which included a selection from "Annie," a bass presentation of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" and a rendition of a Muppet's "near, far" shtick, had to be part of a "Sesame Street Live" performance. But it seems that Big Bird and company won't be hitting Manchester until Dec. 14.
Oysterhead's debut release, "The Grand Pecking Order," is a failure of XFL proportions.
Through an increased organizational effort from the 2001 Class Council, graduates were treated to a variety of events over the past week and participated in some traditional activities that date back almost to the College's founding.
Though the Homecoming bonfire was extinguished several months ago, recently elected Student Body Vice-President Michael Newton '04 continues to keep his own "freshman fire"-- a term he often used throughout his campaign "to describe the immense enthusiasm and dedication I bring to things" -- ablaze.
Author Robert G. Ingersoll once wrote, "The greatest test of courage on Earth is to bear defeat without losing heart." Student Body President-elect Molly Stutzman '02 has clearly passed that test.
While Green Key festivities are often noted for catalyzing campus crime, this past weekend proved to be "not any different from any other College weekend," according to Hanover Police Chief Nick Giaconne.
With the wealth of Dartmouth student employment opportunities available to undergraduates, the Dartmouth Dining Services finds itself with "one of the worst" turnouts for student employment in the past five years, according to DDS Director Tucker Rossiter.
While an announcement by Dartmouth College officials regarding who is to address the Class of 2001 during commencement exercises is currently pending, several other universities and colleges have revealed their respective keynote speakers, featuring, as usual, some big names from the world of politics.
When a risqu dress generates the biggest hoopla at a music award show, the ceremony's credibility begins to come into question. Such was the case at last year's Grammy telecast when Jennifer Lopez's revealing ensemble managed to overwhelm even Carlos Santana's multiple victory evening.
In response to the Board of Trustee's desire to create a single adjudication body, College standards violations by athletic teams, fraternities, and individual students alike will soon be reviewed by a single over-arching judiciary committee.
Looking to broaden the College's definition of hazing beyond minimum legal requirements and overt physical harm, a committee, chaired by Senior Associate Dean of the College Dan Nelson, released its proposal for a new hazing policy.
Alternating between electric intensity and gentle acoustic splendor, singer and songwriter Ben Harper transmitted a sense of passion and power during his performance last night at Leede Arena.