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To the Editor:
As my body slowly dissolves into a puddle on my chair (sort of like the old Boomer Esiason commercials -- "I'm melting! I'm melting!"), I don't feel the same drudgery of moving and preparing for a new semester. Instead, I feel anticipation -- for this is our "Sophomore summer," apparently a time of such revelry and carousing that no one can think about things like "work" or "sleep." I think this handed-down notion is simply a veil for class pride. For as the sophomore class enters its junior year, the class members feel a collective urge to give the appearance that their summer was better than the year before, and that the subsequent class cannot hope to match the fun the current class just had. This process then repeats itself for the next class and establishes the culture of revelry that most of us accept.
For many students Spring term is a time that they will never forget. Whether considering the ups and downs of the Greek system or the addition of new programs, the face of the College has been changed forever.
Two members of Theta Delta Chi fraternity received blank diplomas after being arrested and charged with reckless conduct for starting a fire within the fraternity house on the afternoon of June 6.
Grafton County Superior Court Judge Peter Smith ordered Robert Tulloch, the older of a pair of Vermont teenagers charged with the brutal murders of two Dartmouth professors, to submit blood, hair and handwriting samples to the state last week.
Emphasizing the influence the assembled graduates will exercise on the world stage and calling upon them to employ their talents to "heal, help and teach," former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright delivered the keynote address at Dartmouth's Commencement June 10.
The following is the graduation list for 2001, accurate as of Thursday, June 7. All students listed are members of the Class of 2001 unless otherwise noted.
Congratulations to the Class of 2001.
At Commencement in June of 1951, College President John Sloan Dickey told the senior class, "Your Dartmouth experiences are only beginnings, but never doubt it, they are the beginnings of a good man and a worthy life. From here on, the size of that man and the worth of that life are yours for the fashioning."
Commencement and Reunion is another of those great Dartmouth weekends.
Usually, it isn't the salary that attracts students to jobs in arts-related fields. For graduates going into the arts, it is the love of their discipline that pushes them to go forward.
Another year has come to a close for Dartmouth sports, and more titles and accolades were won. The departing '01s have been mainstays on the Big Green rosters and will be sorely missed.
Insular Hanover may have at times shielded this year's graduating seniors from the intricacies of the foreign affairs and domestic policy debates. But over the course of four years of intense scholarship and collegiate fun, some events on the world and national stages have been important enough to crack even the "Big Green Bubble."
Though many of the graduating '01s are expecting to mosey into the corporate world or start masters programs following Commencement, another innovative group of seniors really will be roaming 'round the girdled earth to begin their careers and pursue their dreams.
When former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright gives the keynote address at the 231st Dartmouth Commencement, she will be just one more name on a list of famous people to speak at Dartmouth graduations.
Tim Waligore '01 was working in Washington D.C. during an off-term last year and living with the current editor-in-chief of the conservative campus journal, The Dartmouth Review, when he resolved to start a new campus publication.
For more than 25 years, since coeducation first became a reality at Dartmouth, students, faculty and administrators have all believed themselves to be a part of a community in transition.
"Hello, this is so-and-so calling for so-and-so. Is she in?"
A Dartmouth education offers many advantages to students, but one of the greatest benefits the College can offer to students looking for a job is its globe-spanning network of alumni.
Through an increased organizational effort from the 2001 Class Council, graduates were treated to a variety of events over the past week and participated in some traditional activities that date back almost to the College's founding.