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Int'l office voices concern over new in-town service

(10/15/04 9:00am)

I-94. No, it's not that highway in Vermont. It's just one of those extra things -- in this case, the card that confirms a foreign visitor's right to be in the United States -- that international students have to worry about in order to study at Dartmouth. Now, Dartmouth International Office director Stephen Silver said that international students might have one more concern.

Asking around campus: Frat sounds

(10/14/04 9:00am)

It's Friday night and the Daniel Webster in you is just rearing to go. Go? "Go where," you ask? Why would a party aficionado such as yourself waste precious nighttime hours wandering in search of the hottest spot? It simply would not do. Whether your sin of choice is shaking your tailfeather all night long or simply sharpening your pong skills with some good background tunes, there is a place on Webster Avenue to indulge all of your musical desires.

Jam band widens its reach with accomplished second album

(10/13/04 9:00am)

When popular artists and record companies are complaining about declines in album and ticket sales and fans are complaining about rising prices, it is refreshing to see a band that just wants to be heard. Savannah's own Perpetual Groove has distributed over 10,000 free live CDs and encourages free live music trading. They even have a record company, the independent Harmonized Records that supports their generosity. Through constant touring and live music distribution, Perpetual Groove is beginning to emerge as one of the jam band scene's best young groups.

NFL outlook: Does the stellar Ravens RB deserve the cellar?

(10/13/04 9:00am)

Jamal Lewis ran for 116 yards on 28 carries on Sunday night against the spiraling Washington Redskins, more yards than the entire 'Skins offense could manage on national television. It was far from a spectacular effort from the man who holds the single-game rushing record, but it was a worthy effort from one of the NFL's best backs.

An Alternate Look At Politics

(10/13/04 9:00am)

Few indeed are the occasions when an op-ed that fills the pages of The Dartmouth proceeds to inculcate its readers with truly shortsighted logic, inaccurate facts and unfounded politicized shots. Sarah Sticker '07 did just that Monday("Come Out and Vote," The Dartmouth, October 11 ), in high fashion, with her celebration of "National Coming Out Day" and students' consequent voting responsibilities (essentially, to vote for Kerry).

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