The men's soccer team ended their streaky season with an exclamation point, as the Big Green rallied in the second half to defeat the University of Pennsylvania, 2-1, in Philadelphia on Saturday.
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The women's volleyball team wrapped up its season this past weekend with strong play at the Ivy League Tournament, as the young Big Green squad ended with another first for the Dartmouth squad --its first ever win at the Ivy Tournament.
This past weekend marked the end of the fall racing season for the women's crew team.
As many of you know, this week is designated as Hunger Awareness Week. I'm not an expert on hunger related issues, I'm not currently politically active nor have I personally experienced "real" hunger. I was asked to write something on hunger because I see and work with "real" hunger every day. I coordinate the LISTEN Community Dinners available to anyone in need of food. These free, nutritious dinners are offered in Lebanon, Enfield and White River Junction four nights every week.
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Despite what Greek leaders call a "concerted effort" to enforce a policy prohibiting freshmen from attending parties at Greek houses during their first term at Dartmouth, many students and administrators agree that the policy goes largely unenforced.
Delta Delta Delta and Delta Gamma sororities shared top honors last night at the Coed Fraternity and Sorority Council awards banquet, as the sororities were named co-winners of the O'Connor Cup.
Showing that football fans at Brown and Dartmouth share at the very least a keen criminal mentality, eight Brown football supporters rushed Memorial Field during halftime of Saturday's Brown-Dartmouth game.
During his campaign last Spring term, Student Assembly President Jim Rich '96 promised an end to bickering within the Assembly and an increase in student services.
While fewer Dartmouth students report binge drinking over the past year, 97 percent of students report that the social atmosphere on campus promotes alcohol use according to a recent survey.
U.S. presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan told a packed Webster Hall audience yesterday that he is the only truly conservative candidate in the Republican primary field.
It seems as if saxophonist Oliver Lake has not lost a step since playing with Julius Hemphill in the World Saxophone Quartet.
In a very serious and weighty production, Nuestras Voces staged the play "Shadow of a Man" by Cherie Moraga yesterday to an eager audience at Collis Common Ground.
The Dartmouth football team has two missions this week. The first is to write thank-you letters to the Yale football players who beat the previously unbeaten Princeton Tigers on Saturday. The second is to prepare for next week's meeting with the Tigers, a game which may decide the Ivy League championship.
The Dartmouth field hockey team captured the ECAC Championship crown for the first time in history this weekend.
With a strong performance this weekend in the IC4As and ECAC Championships the men's and women's cross country teams earned themselves a trip to the NCAA National Championships next week in Ames, Iowa.
The women's soccer season came to an end Saturday afternoon as the Big Green fell 3-0 in the semifinals in the ECAC Championships.
The men's hockey team played two very different games this past weekend against conference opponents Union and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, but unfortunately for the Big Green, each contest had an identical result -- Dartmouth losses.
The age of spiritual warfare is now upon us. The forces surrounding our physical bodies are currently playing games with our souls, the stakes of which are our eternal destinies. We must realize what is going on outside of our physical bodies, in order to know what is going on inside our spiritual bodies. Even our mental self can conflict sometimes getting in the way of our spiritual needs, and we must take these things into account in order to maintain some resemblance of a personal unity.
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