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Animators Phil Lord '97 and Chris Miller '97 return to campus this Green Key weekend to present a collection of their animated films, including two segments from their MTV series "Clone High, USA." Their edgy adult cartoons, which are currently on hiatus due to an unresolved controversy over the depiction of a 16-year-old genetic clone of Mahatma Gandhi, will grace the Loew Auditorium screen tonight at 7 and 9 p.m.
Kiva Wilson's slender frame, big voice and outspoken friendliness make her a perfect coxswain for the women's light-weight crew team -- if she still wanted to row.
Five minutes spent at the intersection of Main and Wheelock Streets would be enough to convince the casual observer that the Town of Hanover and Dartmouth College are inextricably linked.
Students from the three graduate schools, Dartmouth Medical School, Tuck School of Business Administration and Thayer School of Engineering, shared the excitement and reward of graduation ceremonies this Saturday. Each school had its own ceremony -- called "Class Day" by the medical school and "Investiture" by the Tuck and Thayer schools -- accompanied by its own speakers and set of traditions.
Jan Goodwin, an award-winning journalist who in 1995 published an account of her travels through 10 Arab countries, shared her haunting experiences of the repression of women in the Arab world in a crowded Carpenter Hall last Thursday night.
Oliver Bernstein '03, this year's recipient of the Ranny B. Cardozo '78 Prize for Most Outstanding Junior, describes his dedication to the local and global environmental movement as "realistically optimistic."
Tomorrow afternoon, Alpha Delta fraternity will continue its decades-old tradition of outdoor alcohol and live music despite increased pressure from the College to control underage and dangerous drinking.
Dartmouth Hillel members voted last night to submit a pro-Israel advertisement to The Dartmouth, making a campus-wide statement with which some among the roughly thirty-five students present at the meeting strongly disagreed.
Stuart Lord, the Dean of the Tucker Foundation has worked at a feverish pitch since coming to Dartmouth two years ago, but some student leaders say he has had a polarizing effect on the Foundation.
Professor Jama A. Dadwi of St. Mary's University in Halifax, Canada, provided an in-depth and positive look at the realities behind Islamic concepts such as peace, brotherhood and Jihad in last night's most recent Islamic Awareness Week event.
Six Muslim students at last night's "I'm Muslim, I'm American" panel told a small audience in Dartmouth Hall about their common experiences as North American followers of Islam, sharing the common doubts and difficulties they have faced since Sept. 11.
Professor Aminah B. McCloud, an Islamic legal expert from DePaul University in Chicago, opened Islamic Awareness Week last Friday evening with a sparsely attended but controversial speech about the relationship between Islam and the United States in the post-Sept. 11 era.
With only one female candidate out of five running for the highest position in the student government, this week's election puts a spotlight on the role of gender in campus politics.
BOSTON -- Several Dartmouth students, along with hundreds of other college students from across the country, gathered in front of Boston's City Hall yesterday to speak out against the lack of funding to combat the global and local AIDS epidemic. Students specifically called for the reinstatement of $9.7 million recently cut from the Massachusetts AIDS budget.
Nimrod Barkan, the former minister of public affairs at the Israeli embassy in Washington, D.C., presented the Israeli government's perspective on the Middle East crisis during a speech last night in Dartmouth Hall.
A rally condemning the recent Israeli offensive in the occupied territories and calling for a separate Palestinian nation attracted a large crowd of supporters, counter-protesters and curious onlookers outside the Collis Center yesterday.
Due to this year's economic downturn and the resulting zero-percent increase in endowment return, Dartmouth will be making campus-wide budget cuts of 1.5 to 2 percent that will affect every area of the College.
The likelihood of cheating depends on variables as far-ranging as the quality of instruction and class size, but when professors suspect cheating has taken place their responses tend to be uniformly consistent, according to faculty members who spoke to The Dartmouth.
As Dartmouth gears up for the start of its next capital campaign in 2003, Vice President of Development Carolyn Pelzel leads a team of 150 staff members dedicated to making it easy for people to give money to Dartmouth.
World-famous poet Maya Angelou, in her soothing powerful voice, began the Tucker Foundation's 50th anniversary keynote address in a crowded Spaulding auditorium Saturday afternoon with these words: "When it looks like the sun wasn't gonna shine anymore, God put a rainbow in the sky."