Unless you're a theater scholar, you probably aren't aware that "The White Devil," a play by John Webster, is a major Jacobean revenge tragedy.
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Coming off a weekend in which they secured their best ever Ivy League finish, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team fell flat last night in a loss to the Wildcats of University of New Hampshire, 16-14, 3-15, 10-15, 11-15.
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while you could miss it."
With the incredible "Grand Conjunction" of Halloween, Homecoming, Harvard game and a U2 concert in Montreal, it seemed I had to go, if possible, to complete an epic weekend, despite the gloomy concert forecast.
Censhorship has never resolved any problem of human miscommunication or misunderstanding. Language and ideas only truly belong to those who put them upon printed pages, or utter them into the audible air, when both the transmission of the message and the manner in which it is received can be controlled; otherwise, words and concepts are subject to multiple meanings, implications, interpretations and project disparate moral and ethical intentions. To paraphrase Professor William Cook of the English department, we all belong to multiple, varying, and often divergent discourse communities , and thus, dialogues which embody one set connotative and denotative properties in one context can contain opposing properties in another.
Last year was my first experience with Homecoming. I vividly remember the excitement of the freshman sweep and the anticipation of the bonfire. During the running, laughing and the scrambling to find my friends I recall being dimly aware of a crowd in front of Dartmouth Hall. I was slightly curious but more interested in getting a front row view of the bonfire than anything they could have been doing up on the hill. This year as a slightly less impatient sophomore I decided I would take part in the songs and speeches I had missed the year before.
The Ledyard Bridge, the heavily traveled structure near Interstate 91 that has been undergoing extensive construction for two years, opened two eastbound lanes to traffic earlier this week.
The racial remarks recently published in the Jack-O-Lantern student humor magazine fueled a proposal by Student Assembly members directing the Assembly to take a leadership role in overseeing the problems of race relations and other concerns such as religion, gender and sexual orientation at the College.
The Committee on Student Organizations met yesterday to discuss whether to take steps against the Jack-O-Lantern student humor magazine, in the wake of student outcry over offensive material in the magazine's two most recent issues, but opted to table a decision until next week.
English Professor Priscilla Sears gave an emotional talk about her experiences in the war-torn regions of Bosnia and Croatia, and also emphasized the need for women to help bring about peace to an audience of 20 women yesterday in the Women's Resource Center.
Art History Professor Joy Kenseth, the member of the College's Design Review Committee who is spearheading the drive to have the current plans for Berry Library modified, received an unexpected surprise yesterday morning -- an invitation to address her complaints to the Board of Trustees next week.
WDCR-1340AM: 'Keeping it real' in the Upper Valley: Student radio DJs scope out new music, phattest and freshest beats to provide College audience with R&B, hip-hop
If you hail from in and around any major city there are certain things that you take for granted; one is that you can turn on the radio and tune into not one but often several stations that feature hip hop and/or R&B music.
Senior Jenna Rogers '98 captured first place at the Ivy Heptagonal Championships at New York's Van Cortlandt last Friday.
The No. 11 ranked men's soccer team defeated Providence College 3-1 in a rather slow match Tuesday afternoon at Chase Field. Freshmen forwards Brad Christof '01 and Nicholas Magnuson '01 stepped up for the Green as Christof had a goal and an assist, while Magnuson added an assist. The Big Green improved the record to 9-2-3 overall.
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The committee searching for the next College rabbi has started a completely new search, after rejecting all 30 original applicants when they couldn't reach a consensus, members of the committee said yesterday.
Harry Wu, a Chinese-American human rights activist and former political prisoner, will be giving a speech exposing Laogai -- forced labor camps in China -- at Dartmouth next Wednesday, and Chinese-American students have mixed reactions.
Although innovative architecture is often controversial, no building project at Dartmouth has stirred as much controversy as the plans for the Berry Library, which the majority of the Design Review Committee opposes.