Physics and Astronomy Professor John Kidder died suddenly Saturday evening following a heart attack at his home.
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The Internet can bring you radio broadcasts, weather updates and the Ken Starr Report. It should come as no surprise that there is also a multimedia comic book site for the web.
"Enemy of the State" has all the action, a little of the technical innovation and absolutely none of the sense of humor that a Hollywood blockbuster film should have.
As long as I can remember, exceptionalism has been the rule in my family. My parents struggled, against much resistance, to inculcate in me a strong sense of difference. At 10 years of age, the subject of contention was sleepovers. At 15, curfews. And still now, at 21 years of age, the sense of filial obligation is a constant in my life and in the conversations I have with my parents, particularly when we disagree. Faced with the difficult task of sustaining a close relationship with my parents from thousands of miles away, I've had to confront the schizophrenia (no, I'm not nuts) and sense of loss resulting from dislocation. Above all, what never ceases to amaze me is the increasing cognizance I have of difference.
We, the sisters of Zeta Beta Chi sorority, wish to announce that on December 10, 1998, our organization will dissolve and the assets will be donated to charity. Therefore, this is our last term as a member of CFSC and Panhellenic Council.
With Thanksgiving just a couple of days away, I've been trying to decide what to give thanks for this year. Sure I look forward to seeing my family and friends this weekend and appreciate having them around, but the things I am really thankful for are much smaller.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
"They think teaching is so easy, but it's scary."
Aquinas House celebrated the rededication of the Saint Clement Chapel with events on Saturday and Sunday.
While Dartmouth's rural location may be attractive to students looking to get away from the big city and enjoy winter sports, it can be less enticing to employers looking to hire college students.
Jacob T. Elberg '00, a 20-year-old government and psychology major from Montclair, N.J., will become the next president of The Dartmouth in 1999, the current editors announced Saturday night.
Hanover and New Hampshire State Police officers conducted a search at The Tabard fraternity on Friday afternoon for "illegal contraband in the form of controlled substances," according to a press release from the Hanover Police Department.
Zeta Beta Chi sorority is announcing today that it will dissolve on Dec. 10, and all its assets will be donated to charity.
What do you get if you mix all of the classics of board-gaming? Well, if you put together Trivial Pursuit, Pictionary, Guesstures, Taboo and Balderdash, apparently you come up with Cranium.
In 1995, Alanis Morissette's album, "Jagged Little Pill," soared to the top of the charts, becoming the most successful female debut of all time. With songs such as "You Oughta Know," "Hand In My Pocket" and "Ironic," the Canadian singer soon became noted for her angry lyrics and distinct, nasal voice.
Throughout their illustrious football histories, Dartmouth and Princeton have met on the final weekend to decide the Ivy League title on much-anticiapted late November Saturdays. That won't be the case this weekend though. Instead, both teams will attempt to salvage some pride after seasons gone amiss.
The Dartmouth women's soccer team knocked off Big Ten power Wisconsin last Sunday by a score of 1-0 on Chase Field to earn a spot in the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament Round of 16.
I love my FSP. I've been in Scotland for more than six weeks, so when I add the two weeks I spent travelling before I got here, I get a total of eight weeks in Europe. Wow, how the weeks fly past when you're having the time of your life. The entire two months seem like a highlight film, but I'll try to pick out some of my favorite moments. Building a snowman in the Swiss Alps, cooking a campfire lunch on a hill overlooking LochNess, gazing at the statue of David and eating a nutella-filled crepe on the way to the Eiffel Tower are probably at the top of my very long list.
Maybe some of you, in your TV-watching days before this term began, also saw my favorite commercial of the summer. It was the one for the Mach 3, the very sleek and sexy new shaving device from Gillette. The commercial has this guy taking out his Mach 3 and beginning to shave.