The Dartmouth men's basketball team opens its exhibition season tonight at Leede Arena at 7 p.m. with an exhibition against the two-time defending Canadian National Champion X-Men of St. Francis Xavier University.
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Both the varsity and the novice women's crews return to Cambridge, Mass., for the second time this fall season tomorrow morning to compete in the Foot of the Charles.
With its losing streak standing at six matches, the Big Green volleyball squad desperately wants to regain the winning ways it experienced prior to the injury of co-captain and star middle blocker Jen Madsen '02. The women will try to find that elusive victory in matches tonight at Penn and tomorrow at Princeton.
First-year women's tennis coach Kate Roiter resigned Tuesday, citing personal reasons, according to members of the team.
Dartmouth football travels to Brown on Saturday to continue the grim march toward the end that has come to characterize the last few games of every season of which the '02s have been a part. The campaign, which began with such promise and took a sharp downturn when QB Greg Smith '02 went down in week 3, is now officially lost.
Don't even think of telling the Dartmouth field hockey team it's only the ECACs. This team wants a trophy, and it wants it bad. The Big Green will get its chance as the top seed in the tournament it is hosting for the second consecutive year. Less than a week after defeating Brown, Dartmouth goes for the Providence sweep in their semifinal contest (11 a.m. tomorrow at Scully-Fahey Field) when the Big Green (13-4, 5-2 Ivy) squares off against Providence College (11-7, 1-4 Big East).
This Saturday at Franklin Park in Boston, the Dartmouth cross country teams will attempt to qualify for the NCAA championships in a qualifier race. The Big Green men and women's teams will compete against a strong field to try and finish in the top two slots, which would earn the teams an automatic bid to the championship race held in Furman, South Carolina on Nov. 19.
After a dramatic overtime thriller against Cornell last weekend, the Big Green women's soccer team looks to continue its winning ways against Brown. The team joins a large Dartmouth contingent heading down to Providence this weekend, but its game is especially important: the result of Saturday's match will play a crucial role in determining what seed, if a bid does come its way, the Big Green will get for the post-season NCAA tournament.
When Bob Gaudet '81 brought in the '02s as his first recruiting class, he had a vision.
In general, women's teams at Dartmouth tend to be better than their male counterparts -- but that's debatable. One thing that isn't debatable is that the women's ice hockey team is currently the best varsity program at this school. Period.
You could say that I have grown up in my own Volvo dealership. Not literally, of course -- my parents neither work for nor own a dealership -- but they certainly contribute to one. In my 20 years, we have owned eight Volvos. And while I claim to have close to no knowledge about cars on a general level, I am a Volvo lover through and through.
Picture this: the most powerful nation in the world, a country historically steeped in confidence and pride, is devastated by terrorism and plagued by the looming specter of biochemical attacks. At times like these, we need someone capable of rising to new heights and capturing the imagination and awe of the American people. To paraphrase Paul Simon (something I feel comfortable doing since my hair is as unstylish as his boy Art Garfunkel's): Where have you gone, Michael Jordan? A nation turns its lonely eyes to you. (woo, woo, woo). Unfortunately, the MJ we're seeing today is a far cry from the MJ of old, the MJ we need.
The team at Dartmouth's Office of Public Affairs received a new member last week, when Rutgers University import William Walker walked into the Lebanon Street offices to fill the newly created position of Vice President of Public Affairs.
Dartmouth's Board of Trustees converged on Hanover yesterday to kick off their quarterly weekend of meetings.
Kevin Crotty '80 may never have come to Dartmouth at all, if not for Gary Walt, a former Dartmouth Basketball Coach.
Dartmouth has shifted its early decision deadline to Nov. 16 and is designing a Web site that applicants can access to learn about admissions decisions, according to Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg.
"What's a girl to do?" asks Britney Spears on, "Lonely," the third song on "Britney," her third album. Following the success of her first two albums with the preteen "TRL" crowd, Spears sets out to answer this question and, in the process, redefine her image as a glitzy Mousekateer into something resembling a respectable woman.
It isn't official yet, but it is all but certain that the Dartmouth women's soccer team will return to the NCAA Tournament after regular-season play concludes this weekend.
There once was a dream that was Maine, but you could only whisper it. That dream has since been realized, as Maine ceded from Massachusetts on March 15, 1820 and became its own state. That's why they call Massachusetts the Mother Land. Yes, once up on a time, Mainers were Massholes, too.
I never expected to spend 12.5 hours standing outside a polling location on Miami Beach, waving a sign and wearing a t-shirt declaring one mayoral candidate superior to all others. Hell, Miami Beach isn't even in my voting district. Then again, I never expected to be this desperate for "flow," as the hip Miami pre-teen set whom I babysit for refers to it. We will neglect to mention the history my state has with elections and polls and votes. Suffice it to say that one of my co-sign-holders helped an elderly man vote (literally helped him vote -- she punched his chads, if you know what I mean), and upon exiting the booth, he asked who that lovely man he voted for mayor was again. The answer: Elaine. He thought he voted for Elian. I am not making this up.