The Hanover Police and Safety and Security are investigating a string of anti-Semitic slurs repeatedly discovered on a student's door in Topliff residence hall over the past two weeks.
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When the days are crisp and the nights wintery, when the trees go bare and the nights grow long, when the Hop box office is unusually crowded Yup, it's that time of the year again. It's that time of fall term when the Drama Department moves into the Moore with its latest theatrical production -- and the mad rush for tickets begins.
Leede Arena will play host to the Ivy League women's volleyball tournament this weekend for the first time in the 20 years of Ivy play. The tournament will last from Friday, Nov. 12 through Sunday, Nov. 14.
To the Editor:
I would like to take this paragraph to publicly announce that I am now officially 100 percent absolutely positively without a doubt strongly considering not ordering quite as much from J. Crew, unless they happen to be having a good clearance sale.
Perhaps John Cortese '02 should spend less time bowling and more considering the issues at hand before expounding upon them publicly. His editorial, an unstated rebuttal of Janelle Ruley's column, displays faulty logic as well as a lack of full comprehension of the debate up to this point.
Janelle Ruley is so dead-set on eliminating Greek students at Dartmouth she has become blinded by her own obsession. She and the other four self-proclaimed Cavaliers Of The Future of Dartmouth claim to understand how to shape the social lives of thousands of students. They have been clamoring for support as loudly as possible. They have had private meetings with the Trustee Committee. They have printed full page editorials in the Dartmouth and sent mass-Blitzes out to students. And now they have the pomp to claim that the reason there aren't more students supporting their radical views is because the Greek System is "prohibiting dissention?" Come on, open your eyes; you are preaching to an empty room.
A joint Dartmouth College-Associated Press poll released last night showed New Hampshire women were more likely to support Vice President Al Gore or Texas Governor George W. Bush for President, while men were prone to support New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley or Arizona Senator John McCain.
Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg criticized the decision of certain universities, such as Brown, Harvard and Georgetown Universities, to allow students to apply to multiple schools under the Early Action program, describing the new policy as " irresponsible."
About 1,100 high school seniors applied early decision to the College this year for a place in the Class of 2004 -- a number comparable to that of last year, according to Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Karl Furstenberg.
The Office of the Dean of the College and the 2001 and 2002 Class Councils are making plans to notify students who will be off campus during the Winter term of the final recommendations the Steering Committee on the Student Life Initiative will make to the Board of Trustees next January.
The relatively low number of reported incidents of sexual assault at the College and around the Ivy League veil a deeper, more grave problem,
The Board of Trustees is expected to receive an update on the status of the report on the Student Life Initiative but will not be hearing any definitive information during their regularly scheduled Fall meeting this weekend, according to Trustee Chair William H. King, Jr. '63.
Everything But the Girl is the British collaboration of Tracey Thorn's alto and Ben Watt's phat beats. The duo is best known for bass-bumping DJ remixes of their love ballads. Todd Terry transformed "Missing" in '95 into a disco anthem, and Omni Trio revamped "Wrong" in '96. But "Temperamental" proves Watt capable of spinning heavy house beats as well as the duo's remixers.
The Dartmouth field hockey team accepted a bid yesterday to be the top seed in the East Coast Athletic Conference Tournament that begins Saturday at Quinnipiac College. For a team that did not reach postseason play last season, the news could not be any sweeter.
For some, it was a childhood dream. For others, it was a return to the national spotlight.
To the Editor:
We value logic in this world. Sound reasoning, sanity, rationality, objectivity, balance, coherence and common sense are all things we look for in other people as signs of success, stability, and generally just normalcy.
I went bowling on Thursday night. I hung out and knocked down some pins and even ate cheese fries a little. I saw my friends -- as well as one man who was able to "throw" a strike by starting the ball at his chin and letting it roll down his stomach -- and I had a good time. Had the subject come up, I would have said all lanes should be destroyed because they are the "primary social outlet" in all of New Hampshire.
This article is partially in response to Dan Galemba '03's editorial in Friday's issue entitled "It's Human Nature." In this article Mr.Galemba refers to both NAD and Lambda Upsilon Lambda as exclusive spaces on campus. I hope to clarify a few misconceptions he and others may have concerning the above.