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Are administrative offices at Dartmouth set up to help or hinder students? Well for $30,000 a year, you'd figure that they would be set up to coddle their Ivy League students through these first few years of living away from home. After two years, and $60,000, I now realize that they are basically set up to make your life as difficult as possible, for a reason that I have yet to figure out. Let me tell you a story, and you can make up your mind.
Jeanette Lee '98, has been missing for over a week, and her mother has come to Hanover to look for her. Lee was last enrolled this spring.
Surprising as it may sound, there is more to local dining than Harold burgers.
Dr. Samuel O. Thier, president and CEO of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and president of Partners HealthCare System in Boston, will deliver the keynote address at the College's 227th Convocation ceremonies on Sept. 24 in Leede Arena.
At a highly charged discussion Wednesday night about "social rules" at the College, members of the Dartmouth community stressed the need to have more respect for each other, themselves and the community.
This year's Tubestock event may be in jeopardy due to river currents that are expected to be four to five times faster than normal.
"Nico Icon," a documentary about the life of Velvet Underground vocalist Nico, shows tonight in Spaulding Auditorium as part of the Film Society's Cinema Cool series.
You might want to consider running away to join the circus for a few hours this week.
While operating a hot dog stand in downtown Hanover may not be as lucrative as being an investment banker on Wall Street, Dick Clapp does not seem to mind.
Dartmouth's search for a new coach of the women's swim team came to a halt on Monday, when the athletic department announced the hiring of Joann Brislin to head the team.
If you are wondering what all the active Dartmouth students are doing this summer, you won't find them among the slugs in Baker Library, but you may find many of them taking to the water at the Ledyard Canoe Club.
Quickly and quietly, a year has passed since the discovery of the now infamous Beta poem -- a year marked by turmoil and talk about the Greek system, its merits, problems and effect on campus social space. How appropriate that after a year of discussion, action and reflection we return to the thing that sparked such controversy this past winter. We return to shit.
As sisters of Sigma Delta, wesupport our sisters' editorial printed on July 9th. Our own opinions about the break in and related events differ only in the approach and understanding of the inherent problem on this campus. This incident is being presented as the culmination in a series of attacks against our house, and other sororities on campus; a manifestation of the gender relations problems so prevalent at Dartmouth. However, we feel that the break-in was representational of an even more ubiquitous problem at Dartmouth: that of a lack of respect for oneself, others and other people's property while under the influence of alcohol.
This past weekend unknown assailants broke into Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority's house then damaged property and vandalized the house in a most horrific fashion. This crime is worthy of the deepest condemnation.
Potential polyglots come to Dartmouth every summer to improve their foreign language skills by participating in the world-renowned Advanced Language Program.
The body of a Dartmouth alumnus who was buried by an avalanche while attempting to ascend 14,573-foot Mount Hunter in Alaska's Denali National Park was recovered Tuesday.
A blown fuse caused an electrical power outage yesterday in Maxwell, Channing Cox, and Thayer School of Engineering.
Citing lack of student interest, the Office of Off-Campus Programs has canceled two Foreign Studies Programs and one Language Study Abroad program scheduled for this fall.