Like Dartmouth, other colleges across the nation have announced decisions to either cut budgets or freeze spending, although the severity of these cuts varies greatly according to each school's individual situation.
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Coming off of a disappointing loss to Ivy League-rival Harvard last Saturday in Thompson Arena due to the absence of multiple players, the women's hockey team takes its No. 4 ranking on the road against a pair of ECAC opponents -- Colgate and Cornell.
The men's soccer team has only one thing left to do during its regular season campaign, and that is to take care of Brown.
This season, Memorial Field has seen its share of exciting action, as all of the Big Green football team's home games have been decided by eight or fewer points.
Last season, when Dartmouth hosted Cornell and Colgate on Feb. 15 and 16, Jamie Herrington '02 generated enough electricity to power the Granite State with a pair of breath-taking, game-winning goals.
It was 1994, and I was sitting in the second tier of my high school's auditorium. I remember it distinctly because the whole event was so comical. In front of me were the three candidates running for eighth grade class president, each candidate unique in their own regard. The final candidate to make his presidential speech that day was Haydon Mixsell. Haydon was not the most qualified of nominees. In fact his campaign had the duration of a marathon-like two days. Someone had convinced him to run and seeing nothing better to do with his time, he agreed. His speech is what clinched the presidency. Haydon stood on the podium for about 25 seconds, stiffened with stage fright, unable to articulate the most basic of words. Finally, with embarrassment setting in, Haydon made a valiant attempt to salvage his fleeing opportunity. With the eloquence and profundity of President Bush himself, Haydon pleaded with his classmates to elect him because:
Security Bill Setbacks
Over 540 students are asking Dartmouth's administration not to merge Sherman Art Library with the larger Baker/Berry system in a petition that will be presented to College President James Wright and Provost Barry Scherr today.
As dawn breaks in Hanover, most Dartmouth students are still sleeping. But some campus Muslims are already awake to eat a meal before a day-long fast and pray, all in observance of the holy month of Ramadan.
While they may be bright spots on student transcripts, Dartmouth's academic citations do not provide a standard indication regarding performance because professors use varying criteria for giving citations or sometimes give no citations at all.
According to an agreement worked out with Student Assembly executives last night, College Provost Barry Scherr will consider student input on the proposed budget cuts before the cuts are finalized later in the year.
With Nirvana's lost single "You Know You're Right" getting massive airplay and Soundgarden's Chris Cornell collaborating with the former members of Rage Against The Machine in Audioslave, rock listeners seem nostalgic for the early '90s and the Seattle grunge scene. What better time for Pearl Jam, the only major band still intact from the days of flannel, to release their new album?
This past weekend, the Dartmouth Women's Rugby Club started out with a 33-5 loss to Vassar but showed tremendous resilience by bouncing back to defeat Amherst 29-0 and earn a berth to the National Tournament in the spring.
If you asked the members of the Dartmouth men's soccer team six months ago if they thought Saturday's game against Brown would have Ivy League title implications for the Big Green, they surely would have said yes. If you told them they would get to this point with a lacrosse player in goal, they may not have been so sure.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Donating blood is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to save a life. For those of us who do not want to go to medical school or who do not currently wish to part with our vital organs, we can simply attend a local blood drive for an hour a few times a year to renew someone's chance at life. Dartmouth, along with colleges across the nation, has blood drives once a term where all members of the community are urged to donate a pint in order to serve the desperate need for blood in hospitals locally and nationally. Clubs, teams and other organizations encourage their members to donate blood in groups; many students donate blood out of social obligation as well as for moral reasons.
I've heard it so often, it's turned into a clich:
Dartmouth takes pride in its wireless Ethernet network. It's fast, it works all around campus and it gives students instant access to the World Wide Web, campus servers and, of course, BlitzMail. Unfortunately, these privileges only extend to students on campus. In the past, students living off campus have been forced to use an agonizingly slow dial-up service for all their Internet needs.
Following the premiere of the remake of the horror classic "Carrie," executive producer Mark Stern '85 asked his father, Michael Stern '59, if he had noticed anything interesting about the marching-band music played as Carrie White is named prom queen -- shortly before she starts a bloodbath.