Former Boston University History Professor Howard Zinn said yesterday that Americans continue to deny they live in a class-based society despite the fact that class issues have a major impact on the functions of government.
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Despite recent discussions concerning the future of the Dartmouth Plan, most faculty members agree that no action will be taken to modify the D-Plan in the near future.
About 50 students and administrators gathered beside the Senior Fence last night to participate in a candlelight vigil designed to help students cope with the three recent suicides in the Dartmouth community.
Webster Hall hosted G. Love and Special Sauce on Friday night, drawing a moderately large crowd despite initially weak ticket sales. The audience witnessed what many critics have branded "Slacker Rap" and both their response and the performance overall was no better than mediocre.
The Black Underground Theater captivated its audiences this weekend at the Bentley Theater in the Hopkins Center of Performing Arts with its presentation of a thought-provoking production entitled, "Sacrificial Jones."
The men's hockey team opened its regular season this past weekend in disappointing fashion with a tie and a loss in two road games against the University of Illinois-Chicago Flames.
The Dartmouth field hockey team waited until the flurries became a snowstorm last Saturday at Chase Field.
The Columbia Lions brought a halt to the men's soccer team's three-game winning streak by shutting out the Big Green, 3-0, in New York on Saturday. The loss dropped the Big Green 's record to 2-4 in Ivy League play and 5-11 overall.
The Dartmouth football team made it five wins in a row this weekend with a wild 43-27 victory over the Columbia Lions in New York City.
Vogler '96 excels as athlete in both hockey and golf: As two-sport athlete, Sara Vogler is known for her quiet approach on and off the field--an effective method
When former President Theodore Roosevelt advised the country to "speak softly and carry a big stick," he could have easily been talking about Dartmouth senior Sara Vogler. A member of both the women's golf and ice-hockey teams, she swings a mean stick, or club, depending on the season, but you'd never hear it from her.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Dartmouth teaches us many things, but perhaps most importantly, it teaches us the ability to think and act as educated and informed human beings. And in doing so, it often challenges us to push ourselves to the limit in terms of commitments and dedication, both in and out of the classroom. And many of us accept that challenge, if not happily, often at least grudgingly.
After being found in Russell-Sage residence hall early Saturday morning bleeding profusely, John Coleman '98 was taken to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and treated for various injuries, including a black eye and other facial lacerations.
A group of the College's Area Coordinators have organized a candlelight vigil on the Green and a discussion tonight to address students' concerns about the recent suicides of four students.
Jewish administrators and students at the College expressed shock and dismay yesterday about the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Dartmouth students, College Provost Lee Bollinger, and adult film star and director Nina Hartley discussed pornography at a panel sponsored by the Dartmouth Film Society last night.
Republican presidential hopeful Lamar Alexander told students on Friday that the New Hampshire primary in February is crucial because it will determine who will lead America into the next century.
Government Professor Roger Masters and conservative scholar Dinesh D'Souza '83 squared off in a debate last night on whether or not racism was still a big problem in America.