"O concete prosim, vystup a nastup dvere se zaviraji." The words trill from my lips in a flawless Czech accent. Add some red lipstick and an icy sneer and I could easily pass for the evil communist temptress of American Cold War movies. Throw in an audience who actually spoke Czech, however, and gales of laughter would follow. After spending a week in Prague, my crowning Czech achievement was, "Attention please, the subway doors are closing."
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On November 13, a bulletin was posted by the Women's Resource Center: a "Call for Volunteers" for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.
Students take warmth for granted on even the coldest New Hampshire day, but Nancy Bloomfield '99 and Courtney Jacobs '98 spend their Saturdays giving heat to Upper Valley residents who aren't so fortunate.
The grass of Chase Field will likely be replaced by artificial turf as early as the spring, a change that will allow Dartmouth to train year-round and to host home playoff games, college officials said Thursday.
While Commencement may be seven months away, the College has already started the process of selecting dignitaries, celebrities and intellectuals who will be awarded honorary degrees at the ceremony -- although the names of the recipients are a closely guarded secret.
Freshman trips aren't just for freshmen anymore.
Vice-President Al Gore, poet Maya Angelou, actress Ellen DeGeneres, author Tom Wolfe and baseball pitcher Jim Abbott are among the 38 people who have been invited to speak at the Class of 1998 Senior Symposium in April, event organizers said yesterday.
The Connecticut River Watershed Council and several other environmental organizations are hoping that President Clinton will designate the Connecticut River as one of 10 "American Heritage Rivers" and qualify the river for government-funded improvement projects.
Imagine learning your A-B-Cs all over again.
Live played to a full house of mixed undergraduates and non-Dartmouth affiliated concert-goers in Leede Arena last Saturday night.
"The Ice Storm" is about a 1970s suburban family, but it is not "The Brady Bunch." It is about what we all know was prevalent between takes on the set of "The Brady Bunch:" partner swapping, sexual experimentation and giant bongs.
Okay, all you 2000s, is this term killer, or is just me? Originally, I thought I was one of few who thought this term was not the greatest, but I have since revised my opinion. Lately, when I see people and ask "How are you?" the most common responses are "I'm hanging in there" and "I am surviving -- barely." Most people go on to say that all their friends feel the same way. Others say, "I'm fine," but I can tell by the clenched teeth and the dark circles under their eyes that they haven't slept a whole lot lately. I myself haven't been leading the most stress-free existence this term, and I am still trying to figure out why.
In these crazy times that we live in, as I sat at the checkout desk at Kresge library I came up with a list of the seven signs that indeed we have reached the apocalypse now.
College officials aren't sure where to put the math department, which is partially housed in a building slated to be demolished in about five years.
Renovations of the house formerly occupied by Beta Theta Pi fraternity are proceeding on schedule, and the sisters of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority are slated to move in at the beginning of Winter term.
Erin Loback '99, a 20-year-old psychology major from Paradise Valley, Ariz., will become the ninth woman to preside over The Dartmouth next year, the current editors announced Friday.
The theme of this year's Winter Carnival will be "The Roaring -20s," which celebrates the 1920s with a pun on Hanover's frigid February temperatures, the Carnival Committee co-chairs said yesterday.
It looms behind the north end zone, framing one of the more impressive landscapes in college football.
After a week to shake off the disappointment of their overtime loss to Brown, the Big Green men's soccer team embarks upon the season that matters, the NCAA tournament. The Big Green, who earned an at-large bid to the 32-team field, will host Boston University Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. at Chase Field.
To the Editor,