Chairman of the Board of Trustees Stephen Bosworth will be sworn in as the U.S. ambassador to South Korea on November 7, about two weeks after his nomination was confirmed by a majority vote on the Senate floor.
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The Jack-O-Lantern student humor magazine will be scrutinized at the meeting of the Committee on Student Organizations on Wednesday, after it printed "Eskimo Pick Up Lines" and a satire of The Dartmouth Review that contained racial slurs in its last issue, Director of Student Activities Linda Kennedy said Friday.
With the Board of Trustees poised to approve the current plans for the new 80,000 square-foot Berry Library, a majority of the members of the Design Review Committee say the plans are fundamentally flawed, and the enormous building will scar the campus permanently unless the proposal is fixed.
In every student's lifetime at Dartmouth, there should be a football game that they can cling to as a snapshot of the meaning of Ivy League football. That moment has arrived as Harvard comes into Hanover tomorrow to face the Big Green on Homecoming in the biggest game of the year for both teams.
Bottom of the ninth, two outs, seventh game of the World Series, Dartmouth College women's soccer team up to bat. Well, almost.
A stranger arriving this weekend on campus would be treated to an amazing picture of school spirit. Entire groups of people dressed in green and white, a bonfire burning in honor of the freshman class and an entire night of activities: all are preparing students for the Big Game.
When one thinks of Homecoming, images of the bonfire, Freshmen Sweep and excessive drinking come to mind. But the image of sexual assault may not.
For over a decade, LL Cool J has dominated the rap scene with his candid lyrics and infectious beats that reverberated throughout inner city jeeps across the nation. His indubitable success has paved the way for many rappers over the years, although none have quite been able to reproduce his style or his aura.
Ordinary bands are all about music. Dartmouth students Peter Sperger '98, Greg Neichin '99, Danny Gans '98, Eli Ridgway '97, Nick van Amburg '99 and Jonah Blumstein '98, the members of the band Space Station, are fascinated by a different theme -- space.
This year's coincidence of Halloween and Homecoming will probably be one of the most interesting weekends Hanover has seen in a long time. But, just in case there still are not enough options to satisfy your social appetite, the Dartmouth Film Society is adding some appropriate seasonal flavor with a screening of two of the most popular horror movies of recent years: "Halloween" and "Scream," at 9:00 and 10:30, respectively, tonight.
Hours of practice have gone in to perfecting whistling, humming, "do-ing" and "da-ing," so expect a crowded Spaulding Auditorium for this year's Fall Fling. The concert is part of a series of three a capella concerts, hosted by one of Dartmouth's four permanent a capella groups on campus each term.
From my somewhat less-than-glorious days of high school up until now, I have always figured any event related to "Homecoming" to be in celebration of the return home of a football team; after all, football has been the main draw surrounding all Homecoming festivities since the beginning of time (roughly 1769, I am told). I have repeatedly envisioned almighty gridiron warriors, road-weary and battle-tested, returning finally to the friendly confines of their home field and adoring fans to fight for the honor of their school in an all-important match-up against a rival pigskin powerhouse.
Choose and perish. I never thought that any weekend could top the craziness of last Green Key. It was the party equivalent of a culminating experience. From Beerios to golf at two in the morning, that weekend truly had it all. We put more effort into our spring celebration than many classes. However, looking ahead to this Homecoming weekend, I think that we may have a new challenger for the title of caziest weekend. This weekend has the potential to be one of the most memorable of the year. It is a simple result of the convergence of three very important dates. Halloween, Harvard weekend, and Homecoming.
I know, I know. Pretty much everything Ihave to say is negative. I whine a lot, and I bad-mouth everything I possibly can about the College, and the administration in particular. But I am actually a pretty happy-go-lucky guy. No, really. I'm actually very nice and friendly. We should hang out sometime. So today, in this special Homecoming edition of The Dartmouth, I want to write about something cheery. Something that alums can read and say "Yay for Dartmouth!" I'm going to talk about the truly awesome things at this school, or at least what I see them as after a year and a term.
With fall foliage at its close, spirited Homecoming weekend has finally arrived. What better option for dining than supporting the Hanover area by dining in town? Hanover offers a wide array of food selections that perpetually please its customers.
After the bonfire has gone out, it's party time on the Dartmouth campus. Whether you're searching for dancing, music or frothy beverages, Homecoming inspires some of the greatest parties of the term. While numerous fraternities, sororities and coeducational societies are keeping their doors closed this weekend for private gatherings with alumni, there are a select few holding open parties for all upperclassmen to partake of. Except for Panarchy, none of these parties allow freshmen.Sorry, '01s. No fratting for you. Wait until Winter Carnival...
As the end of October rolls around, Dartmouth students prepare for the big Homecoming celebration with great anticipation. Homecoming is such a grand event for both alumni and undergraduates, one would think our fellow Ivy League schools would have comparably huge events. This is simply not the case.
The extra day off from classes and party-scene emphasis of Homecoming may bring even more members of the Class of 2001 to the doors of fraternities this weekend, but will they get in?
Every year, the freshman class takes a major part in defining the character of Homecoming Weekend by building, and then running around, a huge bonfire with the last two digits of their year on its top.
Students are not the only ones anxiously waiting for Homecoming weekend.