A woman living in French Hall woke up early Tuesday morning to find an uninvited male stranger in her room, the Department of Safety and Security said last night.
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A new $109,000 federal grant will help College Health Services expand both its drug and alcohol education programs and staff.
As many students gear up for the short Thanksgiving break, the men's basketball team is getting ready for its first league game against St. John's University on Nov. 25. Pre-season is under way.
As the cold weather starts to set in and the air becomes chilly, ice hockey begins to take over the minds of many avid sports fans, and with the NHL on strike, more time is available to support the Dartmouth women who start their schedule this Saturday.
Many seniors this time of year are wondering what they are going to do in the next year, but two seniors, Ted FitzPatrick and Sam Wilbur, already know. These two nationally ranked runners dream of running in the Olympic trials and, judging from the success they have shared this season, they have the ability to do it.
Before I start, I'd like to qualify my opinions by noting that I am not a member of a Greek organization.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Reading Kevin Walsh's Column, "18 Months For Murder" (Oct. 31), about the man who was sentences only 18 months for killing his wife, prompted me to share another example of such an injustice.
As the cold descends upon Hanover, many seniors are trying to balance their time between classes, enjoying their last fall as undergraduates, applying to graduate schools and -- for some -- the corporate recruiting process.
Last night community leaders held a public form to defend the Hanover Police Department's "internal possession" policy, while earlier in the day the New Hampshire branch of the American Civil Liberties Union announced it will challenge it.
For the past 41 years, Hanover Traffic Director Ben Thompson has played a hand in controlling the mad rush of visitors who flood the roads -- particularly the intersection of Main and Wheelock Streets -- on home football game weekends.
With the hopes of being a more efficient and non-political student governing body, the Coalition of Class Officers formed Spring term has set out to tackle the eight student issues it outlined at its formation.
The New Hampshire branch of the American Civil Liberties Union decided yesterday to challenge the Hanover Police Department's "internal possession" policy.
Despite all the recent controversy surrounding Hanover Police's "internal possession" policy, only 30 people attended last night's alcohol forum organized by the Substance Abuse Advisory Committee.
The nationally renowned French restaurant D'Artagnan will close Nov. 13 because it was unable to re-negotiate its contract with the company that owns the building in which it operates.
With the fall season gradually coming to a close, the women's basketball team is preparing itself for another successful season.
After four grueling Fall terms together, not to mention seemingly endless months of off season training, the four seniors who make up the core of this year's outstanding women's soccer team have grown to appreciate all the advantages varsity athletics can provide.
There is a sexually transmitted disease called chlamydia that you might have right now. In 79 percent of women who have it, according to one study, there are no symptoms, but the ultimate effects include infertility, premature births, stillbirths and ectopic pregnancies. It is the most common STD, and it predominantly affects people our age -- treatable, but only if you know if you have it.
"You can get a good education somewhere else, but you can't get a better experience," Fritz Hier '44 said last night at a panel meeting of local alumni who discussed their Dartmouth years.