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Today's topic might be somewhat controversial, but I think it needs to be said. Everybody Shut The Hell Up!
By Dara Lee
About 130,000 volumes will be moved next month from the Baker stacks to the Storage Library, as construction of the Berry Library continues.
In addition to field-rushers and fans with painted chests, Dartmouth football fans at this year's Homecoming should be on the lookout for a giant, waving, inflatable moose.
Business Week magazine ranked The Amos Tuck School of Business tenth for the second consecutive time in its biannual survey of business schools.
This week marks the beginning of the celebration of 25 years of women's athletics for both the College and the Ivy League.
The number of inebriated students who received overnight care at Dick's House last year nearly doubled the amount that stayed during the 1996-97 school year.
The answer is: This could be more fun than being a contestant on "College Jeopardy! Online" right from your own dorm room.
"Loud" sums up precisely the RUN DMC concert Friday night, a show that had few saving graces.
Recently I had some trouble with my computer. This was not nearly as shocking as, say, weather. It doesn't matter what kind of computer you have, or how far into debt it forced you to plunge, or how many languages you can swear at it in (for example: "!a ti no me gusta, computador!"). The fact is it's going to give you some trouble sooner or later, and almost always right after you drop it down a flight of stairs, which is what happened to mine.
To the Editor:
The following anonymous column, which was recently received by the editorial office of The Dartmouth, provides a crash course in what it is like to be a Dartmouth student with an eating disorder. This student describes accurately the desperation and the invisibility that students with eating disorders feel on this campus. Our first reaction to the letter is that we are glad the writer finally feels "ready" to begin the recovery process. Our second reaction is that we know a number of Dartmouth students with very similar stories who have gotten the help they needed from the Dartmouth College Health Service. Dartmouth's Eating Disorder Treatment Team is multi-disciplinary, and its confidential services are available to all Dartmouth students. Call 650-1442 to arrange an appointment with a counselor or the nutritionist or 650-1401 for appointments with medical professionals either in women's health or in primary care. There is a counselor-on-call 24 hours/day for emergencies. Call 650-1440 to reach the inpatient nurses who will connect you with the counselor-on-call after office hours.
English Professor Emeritus Arthur E. Jensen died September 23 at the age of 95.
Though it sometimes seems like the center of the world for Dartmouth students, Hanover is only a coffee break stop on autumn foliage tours of New England.
When you arrive at college, you search for connections among strangers. You bond with people from your hometown. Imagine a classmate who shares your birthday and your last name.
Students living in West Wheelock St. housing due to this term's crunch will transfer back to residence halls and may be pulled into friends' rooms over Winter term, Acting Dean of Residential Life Mary Liscinsky said.
This past Wednesday, October 7, the Vaughan Recital Series at the Hopkins Center began offering entertainment and more, completely free of charge.
In the two decades since rap hit American pop culture like a tsunami, Run-DMC has virtually been riding its own wave. The duo's self-titled 1984 album was the first of its genre to ever reach gold sales, and, nearly a decade later, the band hit gold again with its 1993 album "Down With the King."
Celebrating their first win of the season last Saturday, the Big Green were wise enough not to look at the schedule for fear it might spoil the party. Dartmouth's reward for knocking off Lafayette is the chance to play Colgate, the best team the Patriot League has to offer and the one of the best offenses the nation has seen this year.