Denise Scott-Brown, the designer of the College's "concept plan" for north campus expansion, will meet with the alumni council in two weeks to discuss how future developments will remain faithful to Dartmouth's architectural history.
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Although the Shattuck Observatory's 139-year-old telescope is too old to be used to conduct any significant research, students and members of the Stargazers club can still catch an occasional glimpse of a celestial object.
Students voted overwhelmingly in support of the continued existence of single-sex Greek houses in yesterday's Student Assembly-sponsored referendum, but groups on both sides of the issue are claiming victory.
Historically, "Measure for Measure" has fascinated both scholars and audiences alike as one of Shakespeare's most critically challenging works. Happily, the Drama department succeeded admirably in the formidable task of staging the tragicomedy, which opened last night in the Hopkins Center's Center Theater.
Depending on freshmen for your team's success is college sport's version of playing the stock market with your entire life savings. You could wind up an instantaneous billionaire, or you could find yourself living in the streets.
Despite being split between the Yale Invitational and the Princeton Chase this past weekend, Dartmouth crews were bound by a common strand -- success.
Regardless of how the referendum turns out, the debate over the Greek system will not end as long as there are drunken students vomiting up their guts in basements and on the street and stealing each other's furniture for fun.
Student organizations are now filling out requests for available space in the new Collis Center and in Robinson Hall. Robinson was built to house non-athletic student organizations but much of the first floor and the entire basement is used by the ski teams. And now the Outing Club is building an equipment rental shop in the basement.
Today the Student Assembly is conducting a poll to gauge student sentiment on whether single-sex Greek organizations should remain on campus.
I have heard enough from the Hanover merchants about how Topside violates zoning laws, and that the College is trying to put them out of business. If Hanover merchants are so worried about business, they should start by trying to earn it.
After three years in temporary facilities, the environmental studies department has moved from the Murdough Center to the Steele building.
The Office of Residential Life honored Greek houses for community service and other achievements Monday night at the eighth annual Co-ed, Fraternity and Sorority Award Ceremony.
The American Ornithologists' Union awarded Dartmouth Professor Richard Holmes the 1993 William Brewster Award, which goes to the author of the best work on birds of the Western Hemisphere published during the last 10 years.
Harvard Professor Susan Suleiman said in a panel discussion last night that Jean Paul Sartre expressed subtle anti-Semitism in his attack on anti-Semites in France.
Almost 10 years ago, the College made an attempt to integrate professors into residence halls to help bridge the gap between undergraduates and potential mentors. Plagued by a lack of funds and minimal faculty interest, the program ended four years ago..
Organizers of Students Fighting Hunger are preparing for annual Hunger Awareness Week by scheduling events to raise money and canned goods and trying to inform the Dartmouth community about the problems of poverty around the world.
Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko captivated a capacity crowd at Lowe Auditorium last night with readings from his works.
A committee of department chairs voted yesterday to terminate the College's exchange program to Budapest University of Arts and Social Sciences because no academic department will take responsibility for running the program.
Following today's referendum, the Student Assembly plans a discussion series to gather student input on Greek houses and present data in a report to the Committee on Student Life.
After sifting through a tug of war between supporters and opponents of the Greek system, students head to the polls today to vote on a question that many say will not provide a definitive answer.