As a working artist, Ed Smith, this term's Artist-in-Residence, is keenly aware of the stereotypes that surround his profession. In a world where success can often be subjective or arbitrary, fluctuating with the ebb and flow of cultural trends, Smith takes pride in what he calls "a working man's job."
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Guarded optimism. That is the best way to describe Dartmouth men's basketball head coach Dave Faucher's outlook on the '97-'98 season.
Call it first period jitters.
In his latest column, "Dialogue and Taboo" [The Dartmouth, November 3], Scott Brown writes, "When we debate, we tend to waste valuable intellectual energy proving the other person wrong, rather than promoting our point of view." I suppose he is being critical of a captious person like me. To refresh the readers' memory, I wrote a column last week that debunked the opinions favoring government intervention to overcome income inequality in the U.S. -- but without advancing my own solution.
Though I'm only 28, a recent weekend I spent in Hanover clearly indicated that most of you regard anyone my age as a relic. So as long as I've been designated Jurasic, allow me to bestow some wisdom to you, sage accrued during my multi-glacial-epoch tour "round this girdled earth."
A look at November 6th ESPN Sportszone website gave an observant viewer a rather chilling sign of the times. One thread ties together three seemingly different stories together. The first story highlights the success of the Carolina Hurricanes against the Detroit Red Wings despite losing the goalie Sean Burke, who has been arrested on charges of assaulting his wife. In the side column is a story about Jose Caneso being arrested for allegedly beating his wife. Another story talks of Gilbert Brown, nosetackle for the Green Bay Packers Beating accepting a punishment, while admitting to a judge that he beat his live- in girlfriend during an argument.
I spent the last two terms off-campus, living with my family at home. Though some people groan at the thought, I consciously planned this so I could spend quality time with my parents and younger brother before I go off to who-knows-where after graduation. I cherished the time with them, yet I couldn't wait to get back to campus to regain my independent identity. I spent the six non-Dartmouth months soul-searching and trying to see into the fog of the future where I might be headed next.
Acting on a recommendation from the senior leadership society Palaeopitus, Dean of Residential Life Mary Turco is working to increase awareness of the College's Principle of Community and has established a committee to evaluate its application in the College community.
When the crowd gathered before the Homecoming bonfire in 1986 to sing the College's alma mater, "Men of Dartmouth," 12 undergraduates were ready to protest the exclusion of women from the school song.
The College spent more than $120,000 last summer to make two classrooms in the Rockefeller Center "smart classrooms."
Bear Bones, the lanky comic strip character created by cartoonist David Berenson '99, is no longer just a student at fictional Green University.
For the second time in four months, Hanover police have arrested an employee of the Kendal retirement home for stealing money from elderly residents' rooms. Kendal is less than two miles from campus.
At first glance, Kyle Ancowitz '98 looks rather quiet and reticent. You would not think that he could carry a conversation unaided, much less get up on stage and act.
Twice this term the women's soccer team trekked to tangle with the Pennsylvania Quakers in Philadelphia, and twice they came home with a loss. Last Saturday's was the more important of the two, as the Big Green dropped a 1-0 thriller in the ECAC semifinals.
The men's soccer team received an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament yesterday and will host Boston University in the first round Sunday at Chase Field.
This was possibly the biggest weekend in the history of the women's hockey program. And tonight, it gets bigger.
He flipped his Yankees cap to the back and flashed his post-orthodontia grin in cocky self-assurance. "Oh man, that's AWESOME!" he boomed unnecessarily to the Tommy Hilfiger poster boy sitting inches away. "You went up to that guy and told him Britain sucks?! You are the BOMB!" The final silent 'b' flew in shock waves around the London Underground, zinging painfully into the ears of everyone in the subway car. Standing nearby with my vinyl shoulder bag and urban "don't-mess-with-me" facial expression, my eyes did an amused pan of the nearby travelers.
Part 1: The creation of the United States is interesting in that the country was essentially founded by Puritans and criminals. Though many groups have added to the mix since its inception, our country shows the influence of these two forces throughout its history. Occasionally the criminals won out, taking the Puritans along for a ride, as with the genocide and displacement of Native Americans, and sometimes the Puritanical side of America dominates, best demonstrated by Prohibition. These two faces of our nation, our yin and yang, continually oscillate back and forth in their perpetual wrestling match for control of our hearts and minds. Life being what it is, neither side is essentially good or bad; they can spawn either growth and understanding, or chaos and destruction. One area in which these forces have reached an impasse and the one in which I am interested in speaking of is alcohol policy.
In a display of cooperation between the College and the town of Hanover, Dartmouth and Casella Waste Management held the groundbreaking ceremony for a new composting facility at the old Hanover landfill yesterday morning.
Delta Delta Delta sorority was awarded the O'Connor Cup Award for outstanding leadership in the Greek system at the 12th annual Coed Fraternity Sorority Awards ceremony, held last night at Jesse's Restaurant in Hanover.