English Professor Thomas Luxon said he will not hold the second presentation of the "Hell Night" video and audio tapes until Winter term.
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Russian author Vyacheslav Ivanov sharply criticized former Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin and his policy of ethnic division in the former Soviet Union in a speech yesterday afternoon.
The beat and movement of African and South American rhythms generated plenty of energy and excitement during the World Music Percussion Ensemble's first performance of the term.
Censored sex will be the theme of a double-feature to be shown tonight in Spaulding as part of the Dartmouth Film Society's "Sex in the Cinema" series.
The women's hockey team made a solid start to the 1995-96 season this past weekend, going 2-1 at the All-American Tournament. The Big Green captured decisive victories over both Augsberg University and Ivy League rival Princeton, but fell to Harvard.
In just one year, the women's volleyball team has made a 180 degree turn over previous play. Not only did it improved its record from 2-18 last season to 14-9 this season, but it has also set a new record for wins in a season.
Dinesh D'Souza '83 spoke on campus recently. Does anybody remember? Just a few weeks ago there was a big controversy as Kappa Chi Kappa fraternity changed their name to Kappa Kappa Kappa. Remember that?
Caddyshack is a great movie. It is not great because it is merely funny, for there are many movies that are simply funny. Caddyshack is great because it is applicable to everyday life.
It seems that all the most crushing news, the kind of news you want to be sitting down for and holding a kind hand in order to receive, arrives over BlitzMail. I should be used to it by now.
Students looking for political discussion no longer have to search high and low to find it -- they only have to flip their radio dial to 1340 WDCR, the College's AM radio station, to listen to "Dartmouth Dialectic."
The Dartmouth Speakers Union and the Ernest Martin Hopkins Institute have taken a prominent role in the last several years in bringing visiting speakers, who are predominately conservative, to the College.
Intrigued by the 35,000-word "manifesto" authored by the Unabomber, who is believed to be responsible for killing three people and injuring 22 in a series of bombings over the last 17 years, History Professor Richard Kremer decided to investigate the document for himself.
Better food, privacy and more room are just three of the countless factors that prompt more and more students each year to seek off-campus living.
The Student Assembly last night voted down a proposal to have the presidential and vice-presidential candidates run together on a ticket, and also unanimously approved three other resolutions aimed at providing more student services.
Lia Monahon '98, who was supposed to be an editor of the Spare Rib this term, left the publication to pioneer a new campus publication focusing on women's issues.
Provost Lee Bollinger said yesterday that although Dartmouth is a private institution that cannot be controlled by the government, students do not abandon their First Amendment rights when they come to the College.
The Committee on Commencement will ask the senior class where it wants to hold Commencement ceremonies this year, College President James Freedman said.
The World Music Percussion Ensemble, led by Hafiz Shabazz, will feature three guest artists playing alongside the 23-piece group tomorrow night in Spaulding Auditorium.
"Romeo and Juliet" is undoubtedly the best-known of Shakespeare's plays. As with so many of Shakespeare's works, it has been reinterpreted in every age according to the prevailing tastes.
Dartmouth's men's swimming team opened its season this weekend in Sherbrooke at the eighth annual Canadian-American challenge meet.