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Come Out and Vote

(10/11/04 9:00am)

If you ask most people on campus "How will you celebrate October 11?" you might get a lot of confused looks. To some people, though, today is a day worth celebrating. Today is National Coming Out Day, a day when gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered youth across the country speak out and make themselves heard. If you are not gay, lesbian or bisexual, you may not care about Coming Out Day, but coming out of the closet is a difficult thing for anyone, even in the accepting and supportive environment that people at Dartmouth tend to find. Gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered people face rejection, harassment, even violence from their peers all across the country.

Hole-in-one helps Daher card golf team's best round of 160

(10/08/04 9:00am)

A hole-in-one by sophomore Annie Daher was the highlight of a strong finish in the Huskie Classic held in Northern Illinois this past weekend. The Big Green finished fourth among 10 teams. Daher, playing against the wind on the eighth hole, used a four-iron to hit the green and have the ball roll smoothly into the hole.

Sailors deal with unpredictable weather conditions

(10/08/04 9:00am)

This weekend the East Coast saw a rebounding pressure system in the atmosphere, full of swirling highs, lows and close calls. The sailing team thus faced a certain obstacle to its performances this weekend. At the 18-team intersectional Danmark Trophy Regatta held at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the team battled constantly changing weather conditions with dynamic crewing.

Verbum Ultimum

(10/08/04 9:00am)

The formation of a Social Event Management Procedure Review Committee this week presents the College with an opportunity to reevaluate its disingenuous alcohol policies and actually take student input -- and perhaps reality -- into account. After all, administrators could continue along their current course of action and pay lip-service to the student body while formulating actual policy behind closed doors in Parkhurst Hall.

Friday Night Rock takes music to a new level, literally, by expanding into Common Ground

(10/07/04 9:00am)

When Enon played the Friday Night Rock scene last weekend, FNR managers said the performance was, musically, their biggest show yet. This week, they are going for their biggest show yet -- physically -- by expanding the set to cover two floors of Collis: both downstairs' Fuel Club and the mezzanine-level Collis Common Ground.

Asking around campus: Arts on the streets and in the dorms

(10/07/04 9:00am)

When Mikey Saladik '06 and Elliott May '06 are not screaming "Huck!" while running bare-chested with doe-like grace alongside other ultra-lush ultimate-Frisbee-playing golden gods (merely a very condensed paraphrasing of the general consensus of freshmen girls), they can probably be found dancing naked to "Dance Naked" (John Mellencamp) or other such ultimate-appropriate-sounding music.

Rugby team topped in rain-soaked match at West Point

(10/07/04 9:00am)

WEST POINT MILITARY ACADEMY, Oct. 2 -- On a cold and rainy Saturday evening, the Dartmouth rugby team took on a strong Army squad at West Point. It was the third regular season match for the Dartmouth Rugby Football Club and the team was hoping to improve on its record of 1-1. However, in a hard-fought battle that opened with an early Dartmouth lead, Army slowly took control and was able to clinch a convincing 40-10 victory.

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