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To the Editor:
I've got issues with being a fallen star.
You might have noticed that Dartmouth has been mentioned quite a bit in the New York times since the opening of the Roth Center for Jewish Life on November 8. The discussion stemming from this event raises some important questions: Is there still anti-Semitism on this campus? At the Roth Center dedication ceremony, President Freedman chronicled anti-Semitism at Dartmouth and remarked that Dartmouth has come a long way. This building radiates, "look how far we have come!" It stands as a symbol for the immense social change Dartmouth has undergone. The opening of the Roth Center signals to many that Anti-Semitism is a memory.
I've been a bartender for slightly over 4 years and have seen a lot of drunk people. I've noticed something about them too -- the most irresponsible, "dumb" drunks are not necessarily the youngest. I live in a country where people start drinking openly at an early age and most of the teenagers there are amazed at the stupidity of visiting teenage Americans. The reason? We're more "educated" in the drinking culture. Most of us have gone to bars or drunk with our families from the age of 13 or 14. Having observed and experienced the effects of alcohol for three or four years before the age of 18, we tend to laugh or shake our heads in pity at the ridiculous antics of our same-aged American friends. Don't get me wrong, though, when we first started to drink we were fools too. Which is my point. The less you know about alcohol consumption the more dangerously you do it.
When she was a high school student visiting college campuses, Tina Bria '01 noticed something odd about the 1902 Room in Dartmouth's Baker Library.
The Undergraduate Finance Committee distributed $460,000 in student activities fees to nine student organizations this week, and most of them will have larger budgets than last year.
In response to a series of incidents of intolerance over the last two years, Dean of the College Lee Pelton is creating a "committee on civil discourse" to encourage civility in the student body, Pelton announced yesterday.
Former Dartmouth Review Editor-in-Chief E. Davis Brewer '95 will begin a six-month jail sentence Monday for embezzling thousands of dollars from the off-campus conservative weekly.
"If it's easy to explain, it's not worth doing," says Richard Foreman, the writer, director, set, costume and sound designer of "Pearls for Pigs."
Onche Ugbabe '98 doesn't like to "put things in boxes." When asked what kind of music his senior fellowship centers around, his response is a little chuckle and shake of his head.
Football: In a game all Dartmouth football fans will be watching, Harvard faces Yale in New Haven on Saturday. A win or a tie by the Crimson would give them this year's Ivy League title outright. The Crimson earned a share of the title last week when they defeated Penn, 33-0. It is their first title since 1987.
"It may not have been pretty, but we're 1-0."
To the Editor:
Last Tuesday night, I left Collis and walked to my car, which I had parked in the driveway between Collis and Thayer. I had left the car there at approximately 6:45pm, and had returned to it at about 8:15 only to find an ominous little green envelope held in place by the windshield wiper. The Dartmouth College Parking Citation informed me that I was in violation of the Dartmouth Parking and Traffic Regulations as I had parked in a no parking zone. Rewind to the preceding Friday.
In response to human rights violations committed by Nike-affiliated companies, students on university campuses nationwide are protesting the ties of their schools with Nike.
While the campus is still fuming over the recently released alcohol policy recommendations of the College Committee on Alcohol and Other Drugs, members of the Coed Fraternity Sorority Council said they view the CCAOD report as a "starting point" for reform and are devising methods of finetuning the current recommendations.
When five second-year students at the Amos Tuck School of Business traveled to Southeast Asia to investigate wages paid by Nike-affiliated factories and published a favorable report, many met the overly optimistic conclusions with great surprise.
Police are still investigating the theft of nearly $4,000 in cash, cigarettes and beer from the Beverage King store in West Lebanon last Friday morning.
Monday's massacre of 58 people at the Temple of Hatsepshut in Luxor, Egypt by a group of Islamic militants contained a strange Dartmouth twist -- two students from the College were in the area and narrowly avoided the incident.
The Brits have always provided entertainment for us Yanks, whether we're laughing at the comic antics of Monty Python (or the Royal Family), cracking jokes about their bad teeth or jamming to their music.