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Backpacks, wallets reported missing
Solo violinist Scott Yoo, with flagellating horse hair disengaged by his ferocious bowing, provided an exciting and extremely entertaining performance in Spaulding Auditorium last night.
When the women's tennis team looks back on the 1993 season, there will be no mistaking that it added its own unique chapter to the history of the program.
For the second time in history, the Big Green women's lacrosse team will participate in the NCAA Tournament.
Dartmouth has been up in arms because of the violation of a precious code by which all Americans live and die -- that is, some live with it while others die trying to attain it. On campus, letters have been sent to The Dartmouth. There have been harassing and insulting Blitzmail and door messages. Physical confrontations have occurred and muted physical threats issued.
Last Thursday I wore baseball cap boasting my fraternity letters. The next day I wore a black and gold hat from West Africa. I had a much different set of "friends" on Thursday than I did on Friday.
A year ago, Dr. John Wasson founded the Center for the Aging at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center to aid senior citizens, the fastest growing population group in the country.
Jon Appleton, the chair of Dartmouth's music department, has been on his own world tour, jet-setting from continent to continent.
Student Assembly presidential candidates again blanketed the campus with campaign materials in preparation for the May 6 special election.
All 15 fraternities held open houses last week designed to allow freshmen to meet brothers and to see the houses in an informal atmosphere.
Renovations that will transform the old Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center's mental health building into a state-of-the-art computer science and mathematics facility should be completed by the end of the year.
Chuck Jones, the man who brought Bugs Bunny to life, received the Dartmouth Film Award Saturday night in a packed Spaulding Auditorium.
It's amazing how a pair of 350-foot home runs can gloss over a shaky pitching performance or a few mistakes in the field.
For the first time in the 87-year-old history of the Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis Association, Dartmouth's men's tennis team won the championship. The Big Green clinched a three-way tie with Harvard and Yale this weekend by defeating Army on Friday and Cornell on Saturday.
One of the more enjoyable facets of a Spring day at Dartmouth is spending time on the green playing the cello, solving mathematical riddles or perhaps watching people with not much clothing on doing suitably athletic things.
When I was accepted at Dartmouth, I thought I was set for life. I made it to the top. All I needed to do was graduate in four years and people would knock down my door to give me an interesting, challenging, personally fulfilling and bank-account-enriching job. Or, if I didn't feel like diving into the job market, I would have my choice of graduate programs and law schools in order to quench my academic thirst.
In the third of a four part panel this weekend at the Rockefeller Center, three governors addressed the issues of education and the environment in the fiscally restrained 1990s in honor of Nelson Rockefeller, who produced an admirable record on environmental and educational issues during his tenure as New York's governor.
Hanover resident Edward Ou is a perfect commercial for asthma medication.
Student Assembly presidential candidate Mark Harrison '94 has reshaped his campaign in preparation for Thursday's special election by making specific promises to different minority groups on campus.