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"Who knows, someone might actually learn something," said Jon Wang, a lead character in the final moments of "Asian-Americana" Saturday night. The play, put on by the Dartmouth Asian Organization, drew an audience of over 300 in total over the two showings.
Ani DiFranco is back with "Educated Guess," her first solo recording in a decade. The album is probably best described as homemade. It's like the birthday cake you bake at home, which never looks as nice as the ones you buy at the bakery.
A panel of eight current students shared their personal experiences on sexuality in a panel discussion entitled "DON'T Yell Fag from the Porch II" at Alpha Delta Fraternity yesterday.
You might sense it at a dining hall table, in a club's membership, or in the group of friends gathered on the other side of the Green.
Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor of the progressive Jewish magazine Tikkun, urged undergraduates to value love, cooperation and "recognition of the humanity of the others" in a speech in Brace Commons yesterday.
As if there weren't already enough pretty pop- stars out there who can't sing. Unfortunately Columbia Records decided there weren't. And so here we are faced with "New Universe" by Wilshire.
"Short of God making known to me that I should not move forward, I intend to be consecrated on November the 2nd," Reverend V. Gene Robinson said yesterday at Rollins Chapel. Robinson is set to become the world's first openly gay bishop and has been in the international media spotlight for the last three months.
When Alexandra Giese, a prospective '08, told a good friend of hers at Brown that she intended to apply to Dartmouth, her friend's immediate response was simple: "Eww, Dartmouth's really conservative."
Daveheads, you can rest easy. Dave Matthews' first solo album "Some Devil" isn't all the doom and gloom it's being built up to be. If you're expecting Peter, Paul and Mary, then don't buy the album; it's not exactly Disney soundtrack material. However, "Some Devil" is by no means depressing; the album is a mix of energetic, thoughtful and emotional raw harmony.
"If today, you are an American, and you can't understand why the people of the south don't like America, you are not aware of what's going on," Dr. Tariq Ramadan said yesterday.
Most of Dido's fans probably discovered her while watching "Roswell" or listening to Eminem. People wondered whose haunting voice that was singing the theme song or the chorus in "Stan." But Dido has since been recognized as an artist in her own right. Her debut album "No Angel" sold more than 12 million copies worldwide in 1999. And now she's back, with her follow-up album "Life for Rent."
Growing up in what she described as a homogeneous and privileged community, Wendy Kopp would hardly have guessed that she would come to found an organization dedicated to educating children from low-income communities.
Harvey Silverglate, co-founder of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, warned that colleges and universities face unprecedented challenges to the right to free speech as administrators impose increasingly stringent speech codes on students.
John Gardner, the youngest person ever to become a professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Oxford, gave a lecture yesterday that evaluated corrective justice as an answer to the question, "What is Tort Law For?"