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Beatty lampoons politics, himself in rowdy 'Bulworth'

(05/26/98 9:00am)

The past year has seen the cinematic revitalization of a group of actors who supposedly reached their creative peaks in the 1970s. Dustin Hoffman in "Wag the Dog," Jack Nicholson in "As Good as it Gets," Al Pacino in "Donnie Brasco" -- the local multiplex may look more like a time warp than a cinema these days. Warren Beatty apparently wants in on the trend too, and "Bulworth" is his entry into the Old Fogies Derby.


Johnston wins IC4A decathalon

(05/26/98 9:00am)

In the previous few weeks, members of the Big Green track squads noted that the IC4A and ECAC championships for men and women respectively were merely meets to showcase individual talent rather than team efforts. This past weekend at George Mason Universtiy in Fairfax, Va., nobody did more to deserve the individual spotlight than the Big Green's decathalete, Greg Johnston '99.


Up All Night

(05/26/98 9:00am)

Collis should be like this all the time!" Boy, if I only had a dollar for every time I heard that this Saturday night/Sunday morning, I could probably finance the rest of my Dartmouth education. In all seriousness, Dartmouth students did love seeing their student center actually looking -- oh my goodness -- like a student center. Yes, for one terrific night now known campus-wide as Dartmouth Up All Night, Collis was not overrun with senior citizens' meetings and office workers. It was instead overrun with Dartmouth students having tons of fun. And it was fabulous.


We Need You

(05/26/98 9:00am)

I want to ask you a question. If you were given a year to change Dartmouth, and if you were also given a group of people who wanted to work with you toward similar goals, what would you change? I'm hoping you'll answer this question, but not for the reasons you might guess. (Yes, the Visions project is really over ... I promise.)










Simply Red

(05/22/98 9:00am)

There is a quick and simple way to tell how liberal a college or university is. Just count the number of people with dyed hair. If you visit a liberal college like the University of California at Berkeley, you can see the entire color spectrum on people's hair. At conservative schools, you won't find many people with strange hair colors.One of the first things I noticed at Dartmouth was the lack of people with dyed hair. I'm not talking about women who dye or highlight their hair every week or so. I'm talking about people with unnatural hair colors, such as purple, blue or green.