I am voting for Michael Douglas. No doubt about it. Sure, he doesn't have the military record or objectivity of Colin Powell. But thank God he's not Bob Dole, who is still figuring out why he wants to be coronated, or, excuse me, why he wants to run. Michael Douglas if rather perfect. His "American President" is the dream President of that Democratic majority. He is the man Clinton was supposed to be but clearly is not.
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Last week more than 300 women (mostly students) at Dartmouth received a copy of an extraordinarily misogynistic electronic-mail message that had been written by a group of men at another Ivy League college. It appears that one or more Dartmouth students received the message from friends on other campuses, and they in turn forwarded it to women -- including many that they did not personally know -- on various Dartmouth BlitzMail lists, with the intention of sharing their outrage over its content. The message enumerates 75 reasons why women should not have freedom of speech, and while not a particularly imaginative example of this despicable genre, it expressed hatred of women in vicious and angry ways.
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The Winter Carnival Council recently selected " 'Round the Girdled Earth They Roamed: A Prehistoric Carnival" as the theme for this year's annual Winter Carnival.
Despite criticism from some students and professors, the Committee of Organization and Policy decided the Honor Principle is an integral part of a student's experience and should remain mostly unchanged.
The family of Steven Roth '62, a New York City real estate developer, recently pledged to fund much of the College's proposed $3-million Center for Jewish Life, which is slated for construction in spring 1996.
As part of an all-day discussion Saturday on the future of women, former Montgomery Fellow Dottie Lamm spoke about her experience as a U.S. Delegate to the U.N. Conference on Women in Beijing this summer.
U.S. Representative Robert Portman '79, R-Ohio, explained the actions of the mostly Republican Congress in a speech last night at the Rockefeller Center for the Social Science.
Despite a recent rash of homophobic activity on campus, leaders in the gay, lesbian and bisexual community say most students are tolerant of homosexuals, but add that the entire Dartmouth community must do more to prevent hate crimes.
An unidentified male allegedly attacked a Dartmouth student in front of the Hopkins Center for the Performing Arts early Friday morning.
Not rain, not sleet, not even snow was going to stop the Big Green women sailors from competing in the annual Atlantic Coast Championships this past weekend at Hobart.
After two long, tough road trips, the men's hockey team is hoping the familiarity and comfort of playing at home this weekend will help the quest for the Big Green's first victory of the season.
If you haven't heard the news yet, it's the final week of the season for the Dartmouth football team, the Ivy League trophy is up in the air, and, just like in the movies, it has all come down to who can step up on Saturday.
The Dartmouth equestrian team has been competing in full force this fall, with notable improvement, and finished its season last weekend at a show on Cape Cod.
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When SAT scores were sent home last week, one student in Laguna Hills, California had reason to be happy -- he got a 1,600. A student in Midwood, New York also got a 1,600 on the test, as did 73 other students across the country, triple last year's figure. The reason? The Educational Testing Service, which administers the test, "recentered" scores in order to boost the mean on each section to 500.
Students reacted with shock and disappointment to news that cartoonist Bill Watterson will end the popular comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes" on Dec. 31.
Sociology Professor Steven Cornish said last night that the Republican party is misguided in its attempts to cut welfare programs.
Lisa Tiger, a Native American educator and women's activist, said in a speech Wednesday that building self-esteem and avoiding the perils of alcohol are essential to the fight against AIDS.