A female Dartmouth student enrolled in the French department's Language Study Abroad program suffered serious burn injuries in a weekend hotel fire.
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The Dartmouth softball team dropped two games to Princeton University on Saturday before bouncing back with two wins against the University of Pennsylvania. Its Ivy record is now 4-8.
The Dartmouth Boxing club will be holding an exhibition show of all of its boxers starting at 8:30 p.m. this Saturday night in the West Gym.The team is currently preparing for two U.S. Amateur Open fights on May 10 and May 24 in Rutland, Vermont, and this competition is one of its final chances to get ready for that prestigious event.
Just a week after the lady sailors qualified for the ISCA Women's National Championship, the co-ed squads went down to the wire to claim a berth for their own Big Dance.
The 15th-ranked Dartmouth men's lacrosse team will take to Scully-Fahey field tonight at 7 p.m. against its final regular season opponent, Harvard. For the first time in almost 40 years, the Big Green has the chance to walk off as Ivy League champions.
The word "Chinatown" conjures some very evocative images. Roast chickens and ducks hanging by their necks in eateries. Old Chinese women practicing taiji in the park. Exotic tropical fruits for sale at grocery stores. And most recently, people wearing face masks.
Yesterday evening, feminist author Dr. Christina Hoff Sommers gave a speech to the Dartmouth community called, "Sex, Lies, and Feminism," sponsored by the College Republicans and the Independent Women's Forum. Hoff addressed a host of issues relating to feminism and brought to the table many viewpoints not traditionally promoted on liberal college campuses. The speech gave the audience much to ponder, and I've outlined some of my thoughts below.
Anthropology professor Hoyt Alverson delivered a lecture last night entitled "Global AIDS: The Ignored Plague" on the social and cultural causes for the AIDS epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa and the obstacles to its resolution. He was joined by political scientist Norman Miller who told of his work with AIDS patients while living in Africa.
Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop '37 does not discriminate between drug lords and executives of tobacco companies when it comes to fostering the disease of addiction.
Current German Ambassador to the United States Wolfgang Ischinger has had terrible luck starting out in new jobs.
The Dartmouth sat down with author Maxine Hong Kingston yesterday afternoon.
Having long heard of three ancient books of peace in China, yet unable to unearth a single trace of them, 12 years ago Maxine Hong Kingston began writing her own book of peace.
Author Christina Hoff Sommers accused contemporary gender feminism of being a destructive influence on both men and the women it purports to help at lecture yesterday. Sommers, a professor of philosophy at Clark University, explained that the nation's colleges and universities are currently "mired in political correctness" and lack intellectual diversity.
In a landslide victory, Janos Marton '04 was reelected Student Body President with 1158 votes and nearly 74 percent of the vote, the largest margin of victory in the last decade. Noah Riner '06 won the race for vice president despite polls that put David Wolkoff '04 ahead just days ago, and will join Marton in leading the Assembly.
"Confidence" demands just what its title implies. Unless you trust this film, then you cannot partake of its many pleasures. Cool, sleek, sexy, hip, clever and well-endowed with a knockout cast -- "Confidence" delivers thrills only if you let it.
Dartmouth Equestrian placed fourth in the Ivy League Championship show held last Sunday at Cornell. Dartmouth finished only two points behind third-place Princeton, while Cornell had a home victory followed by Brown in second place.
Louden, N.H. -- Following the lead of men's captain Todd Yezefski '04, the Dartmouth Cycling team took home the Ivy Cup last weekend, marking the first time since 1981 that Dartmouth is the premier cycling team among its Ancient Eight competitors.
With the war in Iraq over Dartmouth's faculty may decide in the coming weeks to pass a resolution "condemning U.S. action in Iraq and any further occupation outside the jurisdiction of the United Nations while also acknowledging the horrors of Saddam Hussein's fallen regime" (The Dartmouth, April 30, 2003). Such is the campaign being mounted by Professor Shelby Grantham of the English Department, "a long-time veteran of the peace movement" who has even managed to find herself in the pages of the Dartmouth Review. One is led to believe, given what many faculty have said about the war, that the resolution will be passed, and that the sinister neoconservative cabal running the White House foreign policy team will have much to ponder.
Overheard at the offices of Altria Group, Inc., parent company of Phillip Morris USA...
Attention all Democrats: please pardon Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, the third ranking Senator in the GOP, for his self-incriminating verbiage. The obnoxiously conservative Senator spewed a bit of verbal garbage at the Associated Press the other day, when he equating homosexuality, with incest, bigamy and polygamy. Santorum said the following: