This Green Key weekend there will be more to do around campus than attending the usual dance parties and playing pong. Tours of Baker Tower, block parties and performances by bands including the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and the Paranoid Social Club will highlight the many options available to students during Green Key 2003.
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The Green Key Society is planning a triumphant return to this year's Green Key celebrations, in contrast to recent years when the society has played virtually no role in the weekend that shares its name.
Crazy times, outdoor fun and socializing while enjoying the warm weather are the mainstays for this weekend. The Alpha Delta lawn party is not only considered by some to be the main Green Key event -- it also epitomizes the atmosphere of the weekend.
Green Key weekend marks the first time Phi Delta Alpha fraternity will host an event since being de-recognized in March 2000. Brothers anticipate the attendance of hundreds of students and alumni for the festivities, starting at 2:30 p.m. this afternoon.
Plain-clothed alcohol enforcement officers will be on campus looking for underage drinkers this weekend, according to state liquor officials. "We will be bearing down, and bearing down hard," New Hampshire State Liquor Commissioner Anthony C. Maiola told The Dartmouth.
What is Green Key? This weekend does differ from the other big party weekends. In the fall, students rally around the bonfire while building the ice sculpture marks the arrival of Winter Carnival.
"Art was not a part of our lives," declares Bob's flat-accented, floral-muumuu-bedecked mother in Tom Dugdale '03's production of "bobrau-schenbergamerica."
With some athletes resting for next weekend's IC4A and ECAC Championships, several Dartmouth athletes competed this past weekend in the New England Championships. The University of New Hampshire hosted the events on Saturday afternoon at the Reggie F. Atkins track and field facilities.
The Dartmouth cyclists will be Division II omnium champions for another year after winning the national championships this past weekend in California. Big Green cyclists won just one race overall, but solid finishes by all participants in the weekend's three races established a lead that proved to be decisive in the winner-take-all finale to the collegiate road cycling season.
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In another chapter in what may be one of the sadder stories of human history, it appears that the latest attempt at peace in the Middle East is doomed to failure. The work of the so-called quartet of the United States, United Nations, Russia and the European Union, the "Road Map to Peace" was presented formally by the State Department on April 30. It is a sequential approach, calling on both sides to take mutually beneficial steps in tandem in three phases, ending with the creation of a Palestinian state in 2005.
The Dartmouth recently sat down with incoming Student Body Vice President Noah Riner '06 and talked with him about his plans for the coming year.
The men's and women's rugby teams have been teased with the prospect of a clubhouse for over two decades. While several proposals for clubhouses have been approved for different sites in the area, both teams still lack this important structure.
As the higher education community waits anxiously for the upcoming decisions in the University of Michigan Supreme Court cases which will determine the future use of race as a factor in admissions decisions, the bonuses given to another group of applicants have slipped under the radar.
John Donahoe '82 will begin his term on the Board of Trustees following Commencement on June 8 as the newest alumnus on the Board. Donahoe was recently elected to serve a five-year term by the at-large Dartmouth alumni community over fellow nominees Elyse Benson Allen '79 and Richard Lewis '84. R. Bradford Evans '64 will also join the Board of Trustees as a charter trustee.
Following in the footsteps of such journalistic luminaries as Mike Wallace, Barbara Walters and Ed Bradley, The Dartmouth's Mark Sweeney catches up with the big names on campus and asks the questions that others have too much professionalism or integrity to ask. Today, Sweeney sits down with the esteemed and charismatic writing prodigy that is Snowden Wright '04.
When "College Sutra" premieres tonight at 8 p.m. in Loew Auditorium, expect the culmination of months of work from producer Amit Anand '03 and his cast. Expect two dazzling dance segments that could each be mini music videos. Expect an above-average portrayal of the lead character, Anjali, by Sophia Khan '06. But don't expect much more.
Last night was Medeski Martin and Wood's first show in weeks, and it showed -- at least at first. But by the end of a 100-minute set, the jazz-based trio had the Spaulding Auditorium crowd on its feet and had begun to find its groove.