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The Sigma Delta Constitution is clear, "Sigma Delta seeks to provide a social space where all women feel comfortable, and no woman will feel threatened by her gender. Sigma Delta seeks to foster gender interaction and communication at Dartmouth in a social atmosphere of gender issues awareness."
The Class of 1998 may rule the campus this summer, but they are not the only Dartmouth students enjoying Hanover in the sunny season.
More than 3,000 students have left campus for summer, leaving dozens of off-campus jobs to be filled by the Class of 1998.
One-hundred fifty alumni of the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration took M.B.A. classes at the school last term, all without leaving their hometowns.
Dartmouth students are beginning to find that summer brings the College more than mosquitoes, black flies and muggy weather. The College's organic farm has begun its summer harvest, and Dartmouth Dining Services is benefiting from the farm's yields.
A new director of admissions was named on July 1, when Maria Laskaris '84 was promoted from senior associate dean of admissions.
Hanover Police has charged Ben Donahue '98 with criminal mischief for allegedly shattering a window at Sigma Delta sorority early Thursday morning.
The much-hyped "Independence Day" is an entertaining no-brainer, well worth $6.25 for those who consider the "Sally Jesse Raphael Show" quality entertainment.
Hugely ambitious and compulsively readable, Stephen King's latest offering in the macabre "The Green Mile" series, offers fans and new readers one of the author's most refreshing works to date.
Avery Rueb '98 has definitely made a name for himself at Dartmouth. Most Big Green tennis fans know him as the guy with killer stats: he finished the 1995-96 season at 17-5 with a total of 20 wins. He stands at 19-24 in his singles career, and 21-18 in doubles. Even his coach admits: "Avery glows all of the time." And he's not just talking about Rueb's hair.
The Dartmouth varsity women's sailing team capped an impressive third place finish in the National Collegiate Sailing Competitions with two members of their team earning All-American sailing honors last week. A third Big Green sailor was also awarded an honorable mention All-American skipper for this year.
When Dartmouth's most prominent student philosopher Mr. Won Joon Choe mentioned to me last term that he was working on an interpretative essay of Francis Fukuyama's widely controversial article "The End of History," I was surprised to learn that Fukuyama's article was profound enough to invoke Mr. Choe's serious reading. The few times I had encountered the article had simply instilled in me the belief that Fukuyama was a faithful, and somewhat ethnocentric, champion of liberal democracy.
One of the most popular criticisms of Dartmouth is that there is nothing to do here. Although Hanover's bar and club scene may be limited, there is much more to do at the College than study in a library or party in a fraternity basement.
Voices, a new student group hosting events that enable members of the Dartmouth community to listen and converse with some of the College's most unique students, professors and administrators, is now seeking College recognition.
A dark, wet Fourth of July in the Upper Valley failed to stop community efforts to celebrate holiday festivities in the Hanover and Lebanon Independence Day ceremonies.
Rural New England seems like an idyllic place for pumpkin farmers and goat breeders.
"Screed," the newest entrant into the student publication fray, forces students to re-examine the social system at the College.
Construction on the two year upgrade of the College's campus-wide computer network,from the currently installed LocalTalk to Ethernet, is currently underway.