Mystery, obsession, and dazzling special effects are waiting to astound you as Loew presents "The Mystery of Rampo" Saturday night, a film in which the line between reality and fantasy is crossed at every turn.
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If you are a regular viewer of Late Night with Conan O'Brien or the Jon Stewart Show, then you have certainly seen them. For all those avid readers of the national music publication Spin, you've caught their profile within its glossy covers.
Young, beautiful, and now riding the waves of celebrityhood, Cassandra Wilson, is a chantreuse who has definitely come into her own.
The Dartmouth Film Society's program "Hard Core: Cinema, Censorship and the Politicization of Sexuality" is a collection of clips from films which range from Edward Muybrige's attempts in the 1890s to break down human movement using split-second consecutive photographs of naked men and women walking, to today's shot-on-video pornos.
With the NBA season set to begin tonight, chances are good that replacement referees will be officiating. The league locked out the referees on Oct. 1, and spokesmen on both sides admit that they are far apart in their negotiations. League official must recognize that to ensure the quality of basketball fans want to see, they must seriously look at the demands of current officials instead of simply looking to hire replacements.
After a commanding 23-7 victory at Harvard last weekend, capping a flawless [4-0] month of October, the Big Green Machine rolls into the Big Apple to take on the upstart Lions of Columbia.
With back-to-back non-conference games tonight and tomorrow night at the University of Illinois-Chicago, the men's ice hockey team officially opens its 1995-96 campaign.
I must admit that I hadn't been thinking much about foreign policy lately. But something I saw in the news last week made me stop and think. Recently, New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani took it upon himself to throw Yassir Arafat, head of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, out of a concert in New York. He called Arafat "a criminal and a terrorist" in the process.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Undergraduate Advisor is a position that entails a great deal of power on this campus. Like teachers, professors and other mentors, we UGAs have the ability to have a positive impact on minds equally bright, though less experienced than our own. It is a position that should be held with the utmost regard, for the power a UGA is capable of wielding is considerable.
Despite the fact that the lowest bid on construction of the new Ledyard Bridge is still $2.3 million more than an earlier New Hampshire Transportation Department estimate, construction could begin this spring.
Nationally renowned alumnus Dinesh D'Souza '83 and Government Professor Roger Masters will face off in their much-anticipated debate Sunday at 7 p.m. in 105 Dartmouth Hall, debating the controversial question, "Is Racism a Problem in America?."
Linda Fowler, the director of the Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences, discussed concerns about election polls for the upcoming New Hampshire primary in an informal lecture at the Rockefeller Center last night.
The Dartmouth Rainbow Alliance last night discussed how to address a recent rash of what they term "homophobic attacks" directed at residents of Lord residence hall, the most recent of which occurred early Wednesday morning.
A hitman for the Russian mafia returns to the neighborhood of his youth in the film "Little Odessa," which will be screened tonight in Loew auditorium.
There is an explanation to the foul smells lingering around College buildings these days -- and it is not the refried beans from Food Court.
With the score tied 1-1 against Harvard, there was a symbolic passing of the torch by the men's soccer team yesterday.
A three-goal offensive outburst keyed the men's soccer team's 4-2 victory over Harvard yesterday at Chase Field. The game had been rescheduled last Saturday after rain wiped out the original contest.
Last week The Dartmouth editorialized that Kappa Chi Kappa's decision to revert to its historical name of Kappa Kappa Kappa damages the Dartmouth community because of the name's initials ("Change to Tri-Kap is Insensitive," Oct. 25). Doubtless some people will take offense at the name; that cannot be helped. However, by promoting the irrational judgments of a few, the newspaper does more harm.