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In the spirit of proliferating online dating services like Match.com, two senior women have taken it upon themselves to provide students with a College dating service. These self-proclaimed matchmakers hope the aptly-dubbed Campus Cupid will alleviate "Dartmouth's dating difficulties" by opening up new options and outlets.
The men's and women's rugby teams have been teased with the prospect of a clubhouse for over two decades. While several proposals for clubhouses have been approved for different sites in the area, both teams still lack this important structure.
Race is a national obsession, even though we may not realize that it is on our minds. And, Frank Wu stressed in a lecture yesterday, race means more than black or white.
Club Singapura is doing its part to contribute to efforts by the Singaporian National Fund, known as the Courage Fund, to support the rising number of SARS victims in their country.
Among the campaign signs tacked to walls around campus are some for a candidate who advocates "Mandatory Enlistment for all '07s in Armed Forces."
While ethicists are known for studying scandal and dishonorable behavior more often than the admirable, Dartmouth's Ethics Institute will hold a conference this Saturday that will examine the ethics associated with courageous and moral behavior.
The second year of spring rush wrapped up with sororities offering an increased number of bids and Gamma Delta Chi again attracting a significantly larger spring pledge class than any other fraternity.
Registration for spring rush stands at an all-time high, continuing a Winter term trend which saw large numbers of students eager to join Greek houses.
After meeting with representatives of Greek organizations from other universities at the Northeast Greek Leadership Association Conference in Pittsburgh last weekend, Dartmouth students who attended returned with several awards and new ideas about Greek goals and values.
Warning: The dorm that you are placed in for your freshman year will completely determine the fate of your time at Dartmouth. Nothing will be more important than what residential hall you live in, so hope for the best!
When Jamie Smith '03 spent a weekend with some high school friends at a cottage near their hometown of Toronto last summer, they had no idea that the get together would mark the beginning of a highly successful business venture.
He is a person of idiosyncrasies. So much so that he types them up and distributes them to his students.
Americans uphold a "death denying" attitude, Dartmouth Medical School's Dr. James Bernat told the audience during a speech last night about medical ethics at the end of life entitled "Dying Well."
An earthquake centered 15 miles southwest of Plattsburgh, N.Y., created tremors early Saturday morning that were felt throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic but did not cause significant material damage.
The first second-term spring rush wrapped up last week, increasing the size of the 2004 pledge classes in sororities by about 40 new members total.
If more college students were participating in binge drinking, you might expect it to be men at "traditional," co-ed schools. And with universities nationwide waging war on excess alcohol consumption, you actually might expect rates of binge drinking to have fallen in recent years.
Secret societies at Dartmouth take a back seat to Greek life and remain a mystery to most. At nearby Norwich University in Northfield, Vt., however, where no fraternities or sororities exist, the recent discovery by administrators of an unauthorized secret society, Left Out Society, caused a stir on campus.
Title IX, a federal statute created in 1972 to promote equal opportunities in collegiate athletics for men and women, remains controversial 30 years after its inception. The National Wrestling Coaches Association filed a federal lawsuit against the Department of Education last Wednesday, maintaining that Title IX discriminates against men's lower-tiered sports such as wrestling.
The upcoming first annual Ivy Film Festival to be held at Brown University on Dec. 1 hopes to celebrate and expose students' films by gathering young filmmakers to screen and judge each other's submissions.
With unemployment figures rising and the economy in a state of decline, seniors' search for jobs thus far is less fruitful this year than in the past. While some students have received job offers through recruiting and from summer and off-term internships, many are still struggling to find employment at a time when job openings are sparse.