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Arriving back at the College from spring training in Tennessee with Dartmouth's crew team on March 24, Melanie Joy Shockley '06 paid a routine visit to her Hinman Box. Inside, she found an acceptance letter to the Morris K. Udall Native American Congressional Internship program, a prestigious summer position on Capitol Hill, where she will work alongside Representative Mark Udall (CO-D) on environmental and Native American issues.
The Association of American Medical Colleges, sponsor of the Medical College Admission Test, has decided to implement a new policy of "full disclosure" -- starting in April 2003, applicants will no longer have the option to withhold test scores from their applications to medical schools.
As I walked up to the padlocked gates of the Grafton County Fish and Game Association (GCFG), the loud shots of double-barreled shotguns struck fear in my heart. I soon saw, however, that I had overeacted. The GCFG turned out to be a laid-back shooting range, a place where target shooting allows members to practice their accuracy as well as socialize with other marksmen.
While they may be bright spots on student transcripts, Dartmouth's academic citations do not provide a standard indication regarding performance because professors use varying criteria for giving citations or sometimes give no citations at all.
After earning a "Most Wired" label from Yahoo! Internet Life's college rankings four years ago, Dartmouth continues to fulfill the implications of the label, but the literal definition is becoming less applicable as classroom technology reaches new levels.
President George W. Bush addressed the nation from Cinnicinati yesterday, calling for support of a possible war against Iraq and opening a week of debate in Congress over resolutions that would give the president power to call for military action in Iraq.
Members of Phi Delta Alpha fraternity, the white pillared house on Webster Avenue, plan to apply for rerecognition this fall and hold rush Winter term, their first since the organization's College recognition was suspended in March 2000.
After a run-in with the copy machine in the theater department, Miller, smiling and outgoing, came rushing into Collis, glancing at my ID card to identify me as her interviewer. After exchanging introductions, we sat down to a conversation that left me amazed at the amount one person can be involved during her Dartmouth career.
Many Dartmouth students complain of a "hook-up" atmosphere and a lack of date-conducive activities on campus, but some '02s have learned from experience that serious relationships are possible.
Originally scheduled to be awarded May 20, the College's dean of the faculty research grants --newly created this year to fund summer research for students -- have yet to be awarded, leaving many students in the lurch as the summer fast approaches.
In a groundbreaking decision after four years of ongoing deliberation, faculty approved implementation yesterday of a new world culture distributive requirement -- culture and identity.
When alumni reminisce about Green Key weekend in the 1950s, '60s and '70s, many remember what was their favorite time of the year -- a weekend of nice weather, girls on campus and, of course, plenty of alcohol.
Accusations of unsafe and exploitative practices by the fast food industry contained in Eric Schlosser's book, "Fast Food Nation," were the subject of a fiery debate yesterday between its author, food-safety and business experts and industry representives.
In a panel discussion Saturday, "The Changing Role of Women and the Greek System," nine panelists, including both affiliated and unaffiliated students and a faculty member, disputed the merits and problems surrounding the Greek system, focusing on sororities' role on campus.
Recent examination of policies surrounding admissions and athletics have prompted some schools in the New England Small College Athletic Conference to make changes, and Ivy League schools are also considering modifications.
Speaking to a rapt crowd that filled Spaulding Auditorium, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak called for an end to the Palestinian suicide bombings of recent months, placing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at the center of what he dubbed the "world war on terrorism."
In an open and candid presentation, "Dartmouth Sororities: A Look from Within," 10 sorority members spoke on a variety of issues, withholding nothing from their speeches and attempting to dispel stereotypes given to members of the Greek system.
There's one place in the Upper Valley where you do your shopping and get an appendectomy -- Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Dartmouth senior Deirdre Lum's brother wagered $10 that she would be jobless and living at home after graduation this year, but Lum has proven him wrong, winning the $10 and a Fulbright Scholarship.
In a presentation entitled "Starving for the Swoosh," Jim Keady and Leslie Kretzu, directors of Educating for Justice, criticized Nike and other multinational corporations for using "sweatshop labor," recounting their personal research experience in Indonesia.