Student Assembly President Danielle Moore '95 announced her resignation last night citing as reasons her desire to set an example as a female leader and to incite a behavioral change in an Assembly fraught with political bickering.
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With her hair pulled back and her face buried under a black wool NAD baseball cap, all Student Assembly President Danielle Moore '95 could say was how tired she felt.
Even though Dartmouth's varsity equestrian team placed consistently third or fourth throughout the season, individual riders' rounds have jumped into higher places in the last two shows.
The last thought that entered the minds of the women on the soccer team was that Wednesday night would be their last game of the 1994 season. Unfortunately this nightmare came true for the Big Green in the form of a tight battle against Brown.
Everyone succumbs at one point or another in their life to idiosyncratic behavior that is not completely understood by others.
As I look back on Tuesday's midterm elections, now that the pundits have stopped predicting and the commercials have stopped reverberating, it is clear to me that the election season was one of both great hope and great disappointment.
Foreign Study Programs and Language Study Abroad programs serve a variety of functions both for students and the College. Yet one of the most interesting functions goes largely unnotice: off-campus programs help to preserve the social structure of Dartmouth.
In a public forum yesterday, Chairman of the Board of Trustees E. John Rosenwald, discussing the relationship between the Board and the students, said "We are running a store here and you are the customers."
Now that the Congressional elections are mercifully concluded, it is time we stepped back to look at our handiwork.
Differences between the College's alcohol policy and the Hanover Police Department's legal responsibilities could affect the way students seek medical assistance when they or their friends become intoxicated.
The Council of Ivy League Presidents conducted a survey of Dartmouth seniors yesterday in an effort to examine the implications of racial and ethnic differences on career choices.
A five-member panel discussed last night what went wrong for the Democrats in Tuesday's election and what is in store for both parties in the wake of huge Republican gains in Congress and governors' mansions.
Three members of the College's Board of Trustees answered questions from students yesterday on topics ranging from alcohol and the Greek system to the way in which the Board hears student opinions.
Angered by Student Assembly's vote Tuesday against holding a student referendum on proposed meal plan changes, Assembly Secretary John Honovich '97 sent BlitzMail messages to several hundred students, spurring them to protest.
The snow-covered stage of the newly named and renovated Lansing Porter Moore Theater was the setting for "Gaudeamus," the highly acclaimed production by the Maly Drama Theatre company from St. Petersburg, Russia last night.
Several Dartmouth students appeared in Hanover District Court yesterday to face charges related to either alcohol or rushing Memorial Field during a football game.
The proposed Center for Jewish Life cleared a hurdle last week when the Hanover Zoning Board approved its expanded parking plan.
The men's tennis team wrapped up its fall season last weekend when four players traveled to Princeton University to compete in the annual Rolex Regional Championships.
The women's ice hockey team took on two Canadian teams last weekend in exhibition matches to get warmed up for its official season, which will begin with a home game against Boston College next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Over the past few weeks, a proposal to change the fundamental meal plan system of Dartmouth Dining Services has garnered a lot of attention. In some ways this proposal is a vast improvement over the current one, but in other aspects it fails to accomplish significant positive change.