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It is not surprising or at all unusual that Angela Davis said some of the things that she said in her harangue on Saturday, but the reaction to many of the things which she said was unnerving to say the least.
Deep within the Student Assembly, there is the centrist. There is the dedicated woman or man who has no plans to marginalize groups with different ideas, different visions and different thoughts.
In a discussion last night, four panelists spoke out against California's recent passage of Proposition 187, a state referendum that will deny social services, like health care and education, to undocumented immigrants.
The Student Assembly will hold one more meeting before the end of the term to discuss and vote on the proposed meal plan resolution, Assembly President Danielle Moore '95 said.
In typical philosophical prose, ethicist Wade Robison said last night that individuals do not have to know everything about environmental problems in order to take steps to solve it.
Next term the Coed, Fraternity, Sorority Council may permanently restructure itself into a policy making body, shifting away from its previous programming activities, Assistant Dean of Residential Life Deb Reinders said.
Jonathan Shay, a history scholar and medical doctor, compared the similarities in personality between Vietnam war veterans and Achilles, the main character in Homer's classical epic "Iliad."
Bringing with him more than 20 years of experience in the field of higher education, Nelson Armstrong '71 has been named the College's new director of Alumni Relations.
This weekend, student leaders from Ivy League schools will visit Hanover to participate in the Ivy Council conference, a three-day meeting to discuss issues faced by students in the Ivy League.
Last night at the Hood Museum, preeminent photojournalist James Nachtwey '70 presented a slide show and narration of his 13 years in a profession defined by danger, violence and the witnessing of the world's horrors.
Fifteen women raised their voices in anger, celebration, pain and laughter Tuesday night at the second Untamed Shrews show of Fall term. The Shrews, a collaborative women's theatrical group, drew a full audience to Epsilon Kappa Theta as the members performed excerpts from various works of writing by and about women. Their overall message was one of empowerment and survival through the spoken word: "I tell you because I will not be silenced," said one woman in "Remember," a piece about incest.
Despite the lack of natural snow on regional mountains and temperatures reaching into the 70s in recent days, ski resorts remain optimistic about their prospects for a financially sound year.
The Dartmouth Skiway, coming off a very successful past year, has made several improvements for the upcoming ski season.
The New York Mets promoted Dave Howard '82 to the vice president position last week, according to a press statement from the team.
After last year's frustrating 5-21-1 record, the men's hockey team is turning over a new leaf in its 1994-95 season.
While the women's volleyball team's record this season may not seem successful, it does not reflect the effort and enthusiasm these women put into the first fully-funded varsity season of volleyball.
I regret deeply that Danielle Moore '95 felt the need to resign as Student Assembly president. Although I did not always agree with the positions she took, she provided a good example of leadership, and I admired her conciliatory approach to Assembly politics which, over the past couple of years, have at times -- though not always, as some believe -- embodied all that is wrong with American politics today.
I am writing in order to support Danielle Moore '95's decision to resign as Student Assembly president, as well as to say something to those who have attacked her for doing so.
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