Dartmouth's football team may be struggling this year, but the Big Green football factory is all the National Football League seems to be talking about this week. That's because, with their top two quarterbacks out because of injury, the Minnesota Vikings are turning to former Big Green standout Jay Fiedler '94 to guide the NFC Central leaders in their contest this weekend against the Cincinnati Bengals.
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Four seniors, two juniors, four sophomores, and three freshmen. Put them all together and you just might be looking at one of Dartmouth's most experienced women's hoops squads in years.
Coming from mixed, apostate parentage -- an Irish Catholic mother and a Jewish father -- I've grown up with a rather secular outlook on life. I have an interesting, albeit not uncommon, cultural heritage. From my mother perhaps I get a better day-by-day carriage, free from shouts of sporadic pains and the possibility of cancer in every aching limb.
As a participant in many of this weekend's activities including the meeting on Saturday and the demonstration on Monday, I would like to provide some insight into the philosophy and goals of the activities and give some sense of the history which motivated Saturday's meeting. It goes back to long before the publicity around the "ghetto party." The issues are much deeper.
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This year, student groups will request almost $100,000 more in funding than the College will allocate.
It was maybe the biggest congregation of bright plastic backpacks, red hats, lunch boxes, laminated ID tags and a big yellow pencil the College has seen this year.
The Student Assembly allocated funds last night to subsidize student bus rides to Boston and New York City for Thanksgiving and at the end of this term and again passed a resolution which called for student voting in Board of Trustees elections.
Members of the Student Assembly's Membership and Internal Affairs Committee have missed a comparatively large number of general Assembly meetings this term despite the committee's constitutional responsibility to enforce Assembly attendance rules and even remove members for excess absences.
The announcement of Dart-mouth's new dean of the College could come as soon as next week, according to Search Committee Chair and Dean of the Faculty Ed Berger.
This Friday night, the Big Green is going to get a little greener -- kelly green, to be exact -- with the arrival of Mary Black and the band Solas who are on a tour from their Native Ireland. Both Mary Black and Solas are world-renowned music performers, recognized as some of the best Irish music performers on the music scene today.
The Big Green Equestrian team traveled to Mt. Ida College in Massachusetts this Saturday for their fourth show of the season. They finished fifth out of 13 schools in a very close race, with UVM taking first and Tufts University coming in second.
Kevin Whitcher '99 scored two tries and fullback Scott Whiting '99 had 13 points on five of six conversions and a penalty kick to lead Dartmouth to a 43-27 victory over Norwich in the first round of the Northeast playoffs. The Big Green (10-1) travel to Amherst next weekend for the final round of the Northeast regional and a chance to advance to the Sweet Sixteen of the national championship tournament.
So much for a concern over a lack of offense. The Big Green opened their season with a three-goal victory over the Niagara Purple Eagles, and provided eight examples (from seven different players) of this Dartmouth team's balanced and consistent attack.
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A few days ago my roommate got up several minutes earlier than usual and went into the bathroom to take a shower. Following the shock of her earlier alarm, I soon followed.
Justin Gary '02 may be a magician, but you won't see him pulling rabbits out of a hat or sawing people in half. Gary is a world class player of Magic: The Gathering, the card game of spells and wizardry popularized in the early 1990s.
For many college students, personal health falls to the bottom of the daily list of things they must take care of -- how do you have time to remember to take your vitamins when you can barely remember to pick up your print-out before your 10A?