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Americans showed yet again Tuesday they want to steer clear of extremism and keep parties in check when they re-elected Bill Clinton and strengthened an already Republican Senate.
"Big Girls Don't Cry" is the second novel from Connie Briscoe, and as the title hints, it tells the story of a young woman who learns to take life's hard knocks and survive them.
Through its incarnations as a tavern and multiple hotels, the Hanover Inn has been a landmark for members of the Dartmouth community for more than 200 years.
Through their leadership and athletic ability, Maribel Sanchez and Kristen Manwaring have been the driving force behind a successful Big Green cross country team for the past three years.
The Dartmouth water polo team came away with a disappointing fourth place finish at the Ivy League tournament last weekend and now will be looking to rebound, as the Big Green prepare for the National Championships this weekend.
Looking to get ready for the Ivy League Tournament in nine days, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team came away with a four game win over Northeastern last night 15-8, 15-7, 10-15, 16-14.
Black bears are dangerous.
To the Editor:
A bridge to the 21st century. Since this year's Democratic National Convention, I've been trying to figure out what this phrase means.
At least from an off-campus perspective, Dartmouth's mascot seems to be the pressing issue of the term. Moose? Mountaineers? Indians? Kermits? Big Green Slimes? Opinions and suggestions abound, as does criticism of the group that is attempting to bring a new mascot to The Big Green. In a recent issue of The Dartmouth, Anat Levtov '98 disparaged the move to find a new mascot when there are more pressing issues at hand ["The Next Project for Dartmouth," Oct. 21, 1996]. Levtov is both correct and in error.
I was pleased with the argument that Brian Dalton '97 was advancing in his column "Behold the Man, and Bewar(y)" [Oct. 31] as a rebuttal against Abiola Lapite's column "Ecce Homo" [Oct. 28], until I read the last couple of paragraphs. What disappointed me was that by readily accepting the pursuit of happiness as an ideal way of life, Dalton was leaving his life "unexamined," contradicting his own statement that "happiness should not exist at the expense of knowledge."
At least 300 Dartmouth students have recently been infected with a mysterious upper respiratory virus, which manifests itself in the form of an itchy rash.
The Student Assembly voted unanimously last night to subsidize bus services for students traveling to and from Boston and New York City for Thanksgiving and winter breaks.
Sigma Delta sorority won the O'Connor Cup Award for excellence in leadership, scholarship and programming at last night's annual Coed Fraternity Sorority awards banquet.
College Provost Lee Bollinger yesterday accepted the University of Michigan Board of Regents' offer to become the next president of the University of Michigan.
Rockefeller Center was abuzz last night as students, faculty and local residents filed in and out of the "Party at the Rock," an event centered around the election returns.
The ubiquity of pop music played on guitars and drums has become oppressive for many people. Future Loop Foundation is a refreshing break from this entrenched tradition.
The Dartmouth women's field hockey team closed out its fall campaign with yet another heartbreaking loss, 1-0, at Harvard. The game really epitomized the season for the Big Green, as they just could not get on track and get any momentum going to sustain a stretch of victories or pull it together late in games to win the close ones.
Did you hear? The Big Green beat Harvard 6-3 this weekend! Thank merciful Heaven for that!