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I've never been on the rope swing. I hate fraternity basements. I think I played part of a game of pong one time sophomore year. I've never been in the river on an innertube, even though I was on campus for two summers, and I haven't been to Moosilauke since my freshman trip. I hate Food Court, and I've never skied at the skiway. I've never taken a class in the History or Government departments. I think the Salty Dog Rag is dumb. I've never ordered Hop fries or been to the AD lawn on Green Key. "You're missing out on Dartmouth," people have told me.
I've never been on the rope swing. I hate fraternity basements. I think I played part of a game of pong one time sophomore year. I've never been in the river on an innertube, even though I was on campus for two summers, and I haven't been to Moosilauke since my freshman trip. I hate Food Court, and I've never skied at the Skiway. I've never taken a class in the History or Government departments. I think the Salty Dog Rag is dumb. I've never ordered Hop fries or been to the AD lawn on Green Key. "You're missing out on Dartmouth," people have told me.
A diverse crowd of more than 100 students gathered at Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity Saturday night to discuss ways to foster better race relations on campus.
India Queen restaurant, located at 44 South Main Street (on the back side of the Campion's building), is Hanover's second-youngest restaurant, but its traditional Indian flavor makes it one of downtown's best.
Right now you are reading an issue of Dartmouth's only daily newspaper -- The Dartmouth. "The D," as it is known around campus, is an entirely student-run enterprise, and it is the only daily source of campus news, sports, arts and opinions.
Provost James Wright, a 29-year member of the Dartmouth community, will succeed James Freedman as the sixteenth president of the College, Trustee William King '63 announced yesterday afternoon at a special meeting of the general faculty.
The women's squash team came through with an 8-1 victory at Amherst yesterday, but the men were shut out 9-0. The women are now 7-1, while the men stand even at 3-3.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposed levying a $13,500 fine against the College for violating safety laws following an inquiry into the death of Chemistry Professor Karen Wetterhahn earlier this summer.
Members of the Class of 2001 will begin arriving on campus on Sept. 3 for their Dartmouth Outing Club trips, described by Gus Moore '99 as a night in Hanover, "two nights with cous-cous and burritos and a final night with the lodge crew."
Both of the armed robberies committed in Hanover Spring term have yet to be fully resolved. While the armed robbery of the Ward Amidon jewelry store remains unsolved, the suspect in a West Wheelock hold-up remains jailed pending his trial.
Hanover, N.H.: population 10,000. Artists who have performed in the area: tenor Luciano Pavarotti, Indigo Girls, Dave Matthews, Mikhail Baryshnikov. Artists whose work is exhibited in the area: Rembrandt van Rijn, Winslow Homer, Pablo Picasso.
Twelve Dartmouth students were arrested by the Hanover Police Wednesday night at the Old Dartmouth Cemetery for illegal possession of alcohol.
Anti-hazing lobbyist Eileen Stevens, whose son was killed in a fraternity hazing incident in 1978, urged an audience of more than 110 students to prevent hazing at Dartmouth during her presentation at Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity Monday evening.
For the next two weeks, the Hopkins Center for the Performing Arts and the drama department will feature sneak previews of works-in-progress by various artists with the New York Theatre Workshop.
Hanover Police arrested a nurse at the Kendal at Hanover retirement community on Tuesday for theft of $30,000 worth of jewelry stolen from a resident there last week.
The recently re-instituted Collis Governing Board, an advisory and governing body concerned with the use of space in the Collis Student Center, has ideas to change the center.
Most students return from their Foreign Studies Programs with great photographs and neat T-shirts. But Blake Zidell '99 returned from his Spanish FSP in Buenos Aires, Argentina with something a bit more substantial -- a girlfriend, Florencia Lernoud.
Dartmouth Computing Services is recommending that members of the Class of 2001 purchase Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/180 computers for $1,646, and most members of the incoming class are opting for the recommended package, according to Director of Computer Services Communications Bill Brawley.
Criminal Justice Professor Tod Burke from Radford University, Va. spoke about serial killers and suspected Versace murderer and "high-priced hustler" Andrew Cunanan yesterday in Collis Common Ground.
Members of the Class of 2001 arriving on campus in the fall might be surprised at the amount of construction occurring all over campus.