This is a typical example of one song that your, uh, English music newspapers would call a drug song: " I go, I don't, uh, I don't write druuuggg songs " (slurring words), "You know like I never have, I wouldn't know how to go about it, but this is not a drug song [crowd claps]. I'm not saying it for any kind of defensive reason or anything like that. It's just not a drug song. I don't mean " it's just [affects English accent] vulgar to think so."
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There may be a new passenger on your next airline flight: a .40-caliber semiautomatic pistol. This past weekend, 46 airline pilots became the first graduates of the Transportation Security Administration's self-defense and firearms training course. After completing the week-long class, conducted at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Georgia, the pilots went back to their planes -- packing heat. Thousands more pilots are expected to enroll in the new program, the product of post-9/11 legislation allowing pilots to carry guns in the cockpit. Now air travelers will be safer as a result.
Did Nikita Khrushchev really bang his shoe on a table at the United Nations?
Suicide ranks as the second leading cause of death for 15 to 19 year olds. Within the next 24 hours, 1439 teenagers will attempt to kill themselves.
Candidates for Student Assembly President and Vice President went head to head yesterday at an election forum during the evening Assembly meeting. The two competitors for the presidency and four possible vice presidents aired their views and answered questions from the students in attendance.
Editor's Note: This is the first in a three part series that will profile the platforms of candidates for the College's Board of Trustees.
Dean of the College James Larimore announced "fine-tuning" to the College's alcohol policy yesterday. Effective immediately, student organizations will be permitted to register up to three social events with alcohol per week. Groups had previously been limited to two events each week.
By Lindsay Barnes and Carl Burnett
Playing guitars, drums, bowed bass, a mandolin, a tambourine and a penny-whistle, American Music Award winners Carbon Leaf enlivened Collis Commonground Friday night with a high-energy performance of Celtic-roots rock music.
The Dartmouth men's golf team finished eighth at the New England Championship that concluded Sunday, March 13.
Shannon Rogers '04 won her first collegiate championship at the Brown Spring Invitational that concluded on Sunday, March 13, leading the Dartmouth women's golf team to a third place finish overall.
Excitement is in the air after Saturday's impressive performance by Dartmouth's heavyweight crew team. Both the first and second varsity boats took top honors at Saturday's Bill Cup on the Connecticut River.
Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of articles profiling Dartmouth alumni in professional sports.
As a concerned citizen and a card-carrying whiny liberal, I find Michael Weiss's frank discussion of the moral underpinnings of the war in Iraq refreshing ("Give War a Chance," Monday, April 21, 2003).
Since I just got into grad school, I thought I'd reward myself by getting a Dell Axim handheld PC. I can't wait for it to arrive. It's basically a Palm Pilot on steroids, but no Palm Pilot can give me a 400 mHz processor, CompactFlash and Secure Digital expansion slots, a 3.5 inch screen, and a speaker system that fits in my shirt pocket. Plus you can add an 802.11b card so that your Axim can connect to any wireless network.
Here's to hoping the Supreme Court members are ardent followers of political history. If so, here's to hoping they remember Dwight D. Eisenhower's inaugural address on January 20, 1953 where he said: "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both." Finally, here's to hoping the Supreme Court and Executive Branch heed Eisenhower's advice on the eve of the post-war legislative forum; a forum dominated by the University of Michigan's affirmative action case. For if they are ardent followers of political history, and do remember Eisenhower, then they will see this case as a reaffirmation of privilege's establishment in our society and the absolvement of our principles.
When asked to describe Hanover's local churches, Jerry Mitchell '51 responds that these churches serve as quintessential "melting pots of the town-gown relationship."
Russia's good for more than just caviar and vodka, and this week the former USSR is showing off its cultural prowess.
"We need a new television show called 'CDC,'" said Dr. C. Everett Koop. "And I'm only half joking."
Rebecca Davis '03 got more than her regular paycheck recently for her job in the library.