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Somewhere in the United States today, a teenager will strike a match and ignite a lifelong habit. The match will light the first among thousands of cigarettes this young person will smoke, gradually polluting his or her body until it ultimately succumbs to the ravaging effects of an internal black cloud.
Assistant Dean of Residential Life Deb Reinders said the College will investigate an incident surrounding an allegedly racially and sexually offensive poem read aloud at a meeting of Beta Theta Pi fraternity and written by a Beta brother.
Martin Sherwin, director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, shared his personal experiences and professional knowledge in an attempt to shed new light on the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki before a capacity audience of more than 300 people in Cook Auditorium Thursday afternoon.
Brothers of Beta Theta Pi fraternity met last night with several women to discuss an allegedly racially and sexually offensive poem that was read aloud at one of the fraternity's weekly meetings and was written by a Beta brother.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Henry Cisneros blamed the Republican-controlled Congress last night for impeding the progress his agency has made in handling the crises in America's cities.
If you see a cat aimlessly wandering the streets of Hanover, call someone at the "Happy Home."
With his sleeves rolled up and sweat glistening from his brow, Montgomery Fellow Richard Lamm looked ready to start work on solving the problems facing an aging American society.
For freshmen who do not want the wilderness experience to end with their freshmen trips, the Dartmouth Outing Club provides many opportunities to revisit the great outdoors time and again.
Dartmouth students do not usually start life as a freshman but as a "trippee."
Assistant Dean of Residential Life Alison Keefe last Friday announced she is leaving the College to become the new assistant director of residential life at Salem State College in Salem, Mass.
The works of two internationally-known eighteenth century Venetian artists are currently on display at the Hood Museum of Art.
The College's Will to Excel capital campaign has surpassed its original goal of $425 million with less than one year to go before it ends, according to Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations Stan Colla.
A new theater will be dedicated Sunday to American publisher Henry Holt at the home of Robert Frost, Class of 1896.
While many Dartmouth students are spending hot summer days sunbathing by the docks, others are dedicating their free time to tutoring prison inmates in the Upper Valley as part of the Tucker Foundation's Prison Project.
Whether you are looking for a creative or traditional way to celebrate the Fourth of July, the Upper Valley will offer several alternatives for those who want to commemorate tomorrow's national holiday.
President Bill Clinton stressed the importance of education in a rapidly changing global economy and the role graduates will play in society in his Commencement address to the Class of 1995 on June 11.
In an informal discussion in Chi Heorot fraternity last night, Dean of the College Lee Pelton said he is not against the College's Greek system but rather has consistently worked to improve it since he has been at the College.
Director of Dartmouth Dining Services Pete Napolitano was recently elected to a two-year term as president of Region I of the National Association of College University Food Services, an institutional organization of about 500 universities and private schools that operate their own food services programs.
Although the head of Career Services is leaving the College in August and one of its other top administrators is on medical leave, officials say the office remains well equipped to serve the needs of Dartmouth students.
New York Times book editor Richard Bernstein said in a speech last night that undergraduates are not old enough to dictate to administrators what types of courses they should take and what materials those courses should include.