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When women's basketball coach Chris Wielgus went recruiting this past off-season, she went looking for height, and she got with two six-foot centers, but it was the shortest recruit of them all, Courtney Banghart, standing at 5'6" who led the Green over Army on Sunday.
The Big Green women runners had their best ever finish at the NCAA Championships Monday, placing fifth out of 22 team.
The Big Green used "40 minutes of relentlessness" to sweep Patriot League opponents Colgate and Lafayette in their opening two games of the season over the weekend. Dartmouth was able to neutralize Colgate center Adonal Foyle to gain a 67-54 victory before blowing out Lafayette 71-50 on Sunday afternoon.
I read the lead story of last Wednesday's issue of The Dartmouth with a glass of orange juice and a complaisant countenance: "Burnett: College derecognizes Beta," it read. Finally, I thought to myself. Out, damn spot. Then the lower headline caught my eye. "Posters attacking '99 put up in College buildings." Anonymous posters accusing a '99 of rape had appeared throughout the campus. Oh no, more good news.
It's November, three Thursdays have already passed, the smell of pumpkin pie is in the air (figuratively speaking, of course, unless you're on crack), so you all know must time it must be ...
As a senior in high school, Rex Morey '99 had no intention of coming to the College.
The Hanover Police are still investigating Summer term's vandalism incident at Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, but do not think their search to find the perpetrators will be successful.
After one term of the new DASH card system, student reaction remains mixed but the College said it has no plans to change the system.
Sitting in class at 10:58 a.m. you suddenly hear a high-pitched beep. You look to the student next to you. She didn't hear it. Are you turning into Teen Wolf?
Dean of the College Lee Pelton will allow the Student Life Task Force, formed earlier this term in response to his call for an examination of undergraduate social life, to submit its final report Winter term instead of at the end of this term. Kristin Canavan '97, who co-chairs the committee with Director of Health Resources Gabrielle Lucke, said she and Lucke requested an extension of the deadline because the group will need more time to examine the complex issue.
Thayer Dining Hall "barely passed" a state health inspection last week, according to Sanitarian Gary Quackenbush from the N.H. Division of Public Health Services Bureau of Food Division.
Bush's latest album, "Razorblade Suitcase," is very neatly packed with promising songs, but will never travel as far as the band's debut album, "Sixteen Stone."
With powerful prose and witty humor, the Untamed Shrews, Dartmouth's all-women theater performance group, presented their Fall term repertoire, titled "Shrews Go Green" to two very receptive audiences this weekend.
Reflecting on the greatest season in Big Green history, quarterback Jon Aljancic '97 can't help but to remember the words of the preseason college football previews.
The 1996 Ivy League Champions never trailed at halftime of any game. In fact, they only trailed once in the second half all year. The Big Green scored the first points in eight of their 10 contests. They posted two Ivy League shutouts for the first time since 1990. Dartmouth's offense was the most proficient in the Ivy League, averaging 27.5 points per game while the defense was the stingiest, allowing just over 10 points a contest. The end result -- the first 10-0 season in Dartmouth history.
Women's Basketball: The Dartmouth women were in action away at Colgate on Friday and at home against Lafayette on Sunday. Friday night, Dartmouth defeated Colgate 59-50 behind 13 points of Erin Rewalt '99. Bess Tortolani '99 and Nicci Renaldi '99 also shot in nine. On Sunday, the Big Green had another good performance, defeating Lafayette 69-48. Freshman Courtney Banghart came off the bench to score 15 points for the Big Green. Rinaldi had 13 points on the day. For complete story, see tomorrow's issue.
Not even the UVM cow-bell lady could help her beloved Catamounts overcome the deafening roar of a delirious Dartmouth contingent and the amazing play of the Big Green, as Dartmouth upset UVM 4-1.
Many relationships develop in college, and many of them are platonic. Of these, still more are destined to turn from being platonic to a more serious and intimate relationship. Something my UGA Erica refers to as a "very special friend." Well, whatever you might call that state, making the transition to it can be difficult.
"What do I want to do with my life? Funny you should bring that up. I have every course for the next eight terms at Dartmouth entirely planned such that upon graduating with degrees in both the toxicology of cyanobacteria and the sociology of lower invertebrates, I can accept the job already offered to me as a head research assistant in a laboratory in Guam. The Nobel prize committee is keeping tabs on me. Did I mention I'm only a '00? Oh but that's nothing really, you must have big plans yourself! What do you want to do?"