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BJoko Susilo pulled his first all-nighter when he was 10. He was forced into an all-night performance after his parents had accidentally double-booked his father, a famous dhalang or Indonesian shadow puppet master. The patron refused to accept a cancellation and demanded a puppeteer from the Susilo family.
Around sunset on the Indonesian island of Java, a busy street corner is turned into a open-air theatre as thousands of people crowd around performers who will use music and shadow puppets to tell the stories of gods and heroes from Hindu myths.
In an interview with The Dartmouth yesterday afternoon, cello virtuoso and this term's Montgomery Fellow Yo-Yo Ma reminisced about performing and studying music around the world.
(Editor's note: This is the last in a series of articles examining the prospects and promises of President-elect George W. Bush. Everyday this week, leading up to Saturday's inauguration, The Dartmouth will consider a major issue that Bush will have to address during his presidency.)
Nov. 7 is a much anticipated day for a lot of citizens -- but it is especially so for the approximately 100 students actively supporting their favorite local, state and national candidates in upcoming elections.
What do one senator and four congressmen seeking reelection have in common? They are all Dartmouth alums.
As one of Dartmouth's biggest weekend celebrations, Homecoming is known by students as a time for partying, especially at Coed Fraternity and Sorority sponsored events.
Dartmouth's new Institute for European Studies celebrates its inauguration with a two-conference series that asks "Is a European Culture Possible?" beginning today.
Acclaimed filmmaker Ang Lee will be a Montgomery fellow in residence Oct. 19-23 as part of the endowment's year-long popular culture guest lecturer series "Making Music, Making Movies."
Dartmouth's new Humanities Center, long in planning, will host its inaugural event, a conference on "Global Humanities," on Oct. 20 and 21.
Take It to the People, which bills itself as "Vermont's grassroots coalition for traditional marriage," is just one of the anti-civil union groups that continue to protest the state's July 1, which law made Vermont the first and only state to allow same-sex couples to enter a legal institution similar to marriage.
Dartmouth students living in on-campus housing will soon be finally able to watch 60 television channels on the campus cable system.
Last week self-identified Asian and Asian-American undergraduate women received a letter from the chairs of the new Pan Asian Council Sexual Assault Committee with information about the organization and disturbing statistics about sexual assault on campus.
Constancio Pinto was 12 years old when Indonesian forces invaded his home country of East Timor in 1975.
Presidential hopeful Texas Governor George W. Bush decisively defeated his main rival, Arizona Senator John McCain, in the South Carolina Republican primary Saturday in a victory that reestablished him as the party front-runner and could have major implications for primaries in other states.
In the third major Republican primary of the 2000 Presidential election campaign, GOP hopefuls competing for votes in South Carolina tomorrow face a political landscape that has shifted drastically in the aftermath of the N.H. results.
In the final days before tomorrow's primary election in New Hampshire, candidates and their spouses are visiting all corners of the state in last minute efforts at garnering support for presidential bids.
Despite the national media coverage of the N.H. primary and visits by many Oval Office hopefuls to Hanover, most students contacted by the Dartmouth yesterday said they were not closely following the race.
While the College was the last Ivy League school to admit women into its student body and was nationally perceived as a male-dominated institution for many years after, today Dartmouth is a leader in its inclusion of women in its faculty.
While proposed changes to the Coed Fraternity Sorority system have dominated campus discussion of the steering committee's recommendations, hidden in the folds of the report is the establishment of a new committee that would investigate a World Cultures Initiative.