When I read the November 1 issue of The Dartmouth (yes, I do read it even when my column's not in the paper), I was dismayed to see that the Gestapo has been reborn.
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Plans are currently under way to find a physical space for the Humanities Center, according to Jonathan Crewe, Professor of English and Director of the Humanities Center.
In a precedent-setting resolution, the Student Assembly established a co-sponsorship policy that effectively terminates its commitment to co-sponsor activities initiated by other organizations.
Announcements on the College's policy on administrative fees and fines and changes in the campus cable television offerings have been postponed until the middle of November at the earliest, according to Dean of the College James Larimore.
Judicial Affairs Officer Marcia Kelly announced the six newly appointed members to the Committee on Standards, the College's judiciary board, yesterday.
The Phi Beta Kappa academic society inducted 23 seniors yesterday for outstanding academic achievement over three years at Dartmouth in a ceremony at President Wright's House.
Lynn Proctor '99, a cum laude College graduate in physics, died Thursday of supposed heart failure at her apartment near Cornell University. She was 22.
The artwork of American painter Maria Oakey Dewing is rarely exhibited in museums. In fact, it is extremely difficult for museums to locate Dewing's work, let alone display it. Thus, the Hood Museum of Art's recent acquisition of Dewing's "Iris at Dawn," an 1889 still life, is an exciting addition to the museum's ever-growing American art collection.
In a weekend full of Dartmouth athletic action, the sailing team was not to be left out.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Within pro-life circles voters often face a supposed dilemma. They (the pro-life voters) can vote for a Republican candidate who might be 'right' on the issue of abortion but woefully wrong on other issues. In my interactions with fellow pro-lifers especially Catholic pro-lifers I have heard that Republicans are pro-life on abortion but anti-life on other issues; they hate the poor.
Oh dear, now what? I hear so many people complaining about the lack of things to do around here. Are they serious? So many things are happening on this campus every day. Sure, we don't live in New York City, but that just means we can walk around at 3 a.m. and feel safe.
Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, 20 students meet with Education Professor Testa and discuss issues sharing personal experiences, opinions, advice, laughter and tears. At four o'clock, 21 seekers of knowledge leave the room with more questions than answers.
While some rushees might be turned away by the heavy price tag that some Greek houses carry, the leaders of such groups also recognize that not all students can afford to pay membership fees that can climb to as much as $500 a term.
As the Trustee Committee on the Student Life Initiative prepares to draft its final report on the future of social and residential life at the College, campus Greek leaders said they remain confident that immediate elimination of the Greek system will not be included in the proposal.
The Rockefeller Center and the Associated Press began the first of a series of five surveys on the upcoming 2000 elections of New Hampshire voters Sunday night following last week's town meetings.
One of the two Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity houses at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has been shut down after members allegedly served alcohol on Sept. 2 to an underage student from Wellesley College. The student was hospitalized from excessive drinking.
Singer David Mead's debut album, "The Luxury of Time", artfully blends traditional folk music with rock and roll, along with a few other surprises.
It must be hard for Martin Scorsese to live up to himself. Considering that he directed three of the most influential movies in film history over the past three decades ("Goodfellas," "Raging Bull" and "Taxi Driver"), he must feel constantly under pressure to match his previous projects. Even films such as the uncomfortable "The King of Comedy," the hard-to-stomach "Casino" and the controversial "Last Temptation of Christ" have all been groundbreaking for one reason or another.