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To the Editor:
Whenever I talk to someone about a Dartmouth Film Society movie in the "Sex in the Cinema" series, there is an attempt to divide it up into erotica or pornography. Supporters claim that the movie was erotica, while those who are opposed to the screening of the movie dismiss it as mere pornography. The way in which the two words are used to justify or dismiss something that we like or dislike is symptomatic of a hypocritical society. It usually turns out that the person using these words to mean different things has little idea of how exactly they differ.
We are all political animals by nature. That is Aristotle's assessment, as valid today as it ever was. Though we are all political animals, you wouldn't really notice it by looking at your peers here at Dartmouth. Considering that we are now in a community of informed and educated individuals, one would think that there would be more political activism on campus than there is.
As a residential college, Dartmouth should be able to offer on-campus housing to any student who desires it. In their forthcoming housing report, Dean of Residential Life Mary Turco and Associate Dean of Residential Life Mary Turco should recommend that the College build a new cluster of residence halls -- a recommendation the College should implement immediately.
Most students view college as an opportunity to establish a new identity and start their whole life over after four claustrophobic years in high school.
Ernest Gellner, a renowned anthropologist at Cambridge University who was supposed to come to the College in the spring as a Montgomery Fellow, died on Nov. 5 in Prague. He was 69.
While it may be every student's dream to be able to watch "90210," Monday Night Football, MTV and CNN all from the comfort of their residence hall rooms, the College said it is not considering equipping dormitory rooms with cable television wires.
At a recent room party in Massachusetts Row, a group of '99s and two prospective members of the Class of 2000 contemplated freshman social options over Everything But Anchovies pizza and a bottle of whiskey they had stolen from a fraternity.
Vandals struck the Old Dartmouth Cemetery again last month, leaving behind several damaged gravestones, but no leads, according to Acting Hanover Town Manager Jean Ulman.
Nathaniel Rink '99 became the first and only member of his class to rush the football field this year when he ran onto the field Saturday during the third quarter of the Dartmouth-Princeton game.
Hanover Police is investigating the theft of more than $5,000 worth of equipment, including a copier and a laptop computer, from Robinson Hall since August.
Republican presidential candidate Morry Taylor said yesterday running the country requires qualities that most successful businessmen possess and most politicians lack.
Dartmouth United's first event of the term, coined "The jAAm at the AAm," is being dubbed a success by many of those who attended.
Under the baton of music director and conductor Anthony Princiotti, the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra presented an enjoyable rendition of three popular works from the standard orchestral repertoire to a full house.
One year ago, Alison McKinley '99 traveled to Dartmouth on a volleyball recruiting trip from sunny California. As she pulled into Hanover, so did a snowstorm, something that would send many Californians fleeing.
The women's hockey team split its first two regular season home games this past weekend.
There is an old adage in sports that says the first win of the season is the hardest one to get. The men's hockey team -- still winless through six regular season games -- will attest to this, having lost games to Colgate and Cornell over the weekend despite playing possibly its best hockey of the season.
With a share of the Ivy League title hanging in the balance and the Big Green in a must-win situation, Princeton freshman kicker Alex Sierk booted an 18-yard field goal with one second left in the fourth quarter to lift the Tigers to a 10-10 tie and deny Dartmouth a four-way share of the title at Memorial Field on Saturday afternoon.
Fans got their first look at the '95-96 Big Green Men's Basketball team as they hosted Korabel in an exhibition last night at Leede Arena. Despite a game high 27 points from junior sensation Sea Lonergan, Dartmouth fell short 82-80 in overtime.
The men's swimming team opened its season Saturday in fine fashion, placing second in its annual tri-meet against Navy and Brown in Providence.