May 10, Webster Avenue, 11:51 p.m.
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May 10, Webster Avenue, 11:51 p.m.
After 12 years of petitioning and myriad delays, the Dartmouth Rugby Football Club may finally get its own clubhouse.
The lounge on the second floor of Dick's House, where the College's counseling services are located, rarely lacks visitors. But despite the reported increase in the number of students seeking counseling over the past year, a shroud of silence still prevails over the topic of mental illness.
Sophomores will likely experience the frustration of yet another Fall term housing crunch next year, Office of Residential Life officials said Monday after last week's room draw statistics had been formally tallied.
For their first Plan B production, Hollywood power couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston decided to create an epic. "Troy," based on the classic epic poem "The Iliad," has all the ingredients necessary for a blockbuster. But is it a classic? Well, I think it is safe to say that my kids will never see this film.
Winston Churchill once said of Neville Chamberlain's appeasement of Germany, "You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose dishonor and you will have war."These immortal words ring just as true today for Spain as they did in 1938.
A few days ago, I excitedly hurried over to National Alcohol Screening Day at Collis after my classes finished. I had earlier seen posters all around the College that featured cool Nalgenes and taunted, "Want One? Participate in our third annual National Alcohol Screening Day and get a free Nalgene bottle." Then, in extremely tiny font, the poster continued, "while supplies last," but I thought little of this near-omission. After all, Nalgene bottles are really, really cool, so I was willing to take the risk.
Hanover residents have approved a proposal by the College to ease local zoning restrictions, paving the way for Dartmouth to build a new faculty and staff housing development.
Asian-American studies began on the West Coast during the 1960s as part of a trend to pluralize college curricula. Now, the Dartmouth administration is considering creating its own minor in the field.
Dartmouth Dining Services is considering changing food suppliers, a decision that could affect the quality, freshness and origin of the meals students eat.
Josie Harper stood at the front of the Hanover Inn's Wheelock Room, quietly surveying the restless mixture of reporters, coaches and athletes that sat before her. The director of Dartmouth athletics gathered herself, thanked her audience for coming and then facetiously mused:
When the 2004 season began, Dartmouth's women's lacrosse team knew it wanted to end the season at Princeton, the host school for the NCAA championships. Sure enough, the season ended in the Garden State.
The College's Class of 2008 is now cast in place, as 1,095 students have submitted letters of intent to matriculate at Dartmouth come Fall term. The number matriculating came very near to the admissions office's expectations, marking the third time in the last four years the yield has been 51.1 percent.
Although Green Key weekend has a reputation for riotous activity, some College faculty claim to be ignorant of what really goes on over Green Key weekend, and even of its existence.
Dartmouth women's rowing qualified four crews for grand finals and two others for petite finals in the Eastern Sprints competition in Camden, N.J.
I have had the strange pleasure and opportunity to interview core members of the Friday Night Rock scene -- twice. Both times have been what one might call unique experiences. On both occasions I have found myself at a table in Thayer with a motley crew of musicians from campus bands Oh No Dinosaur and Fashion Fashion! as well as a "groupie" or two who peppered the conversation with extra opinions.
The Dartmouth: In what ways does your life parallel the lives of the characters on "The OC?"
Students and community members will have the chance to see 19 campus performing groups and to win an autographed novel by former President Jimmy Carter all in one day, at the first annual Festival for Humanity on Saturday.
Throughout the Ivy League and other prestigious East Coast colleges, the rite of spring is celebrated in a similar way to the College's annual Green Key Weekend.
The warm weather and the fact that every other college in America is on summer vacation can only mean one thing: Green Key Weekend is upon us. So forget schoolwork and get ready to embrace almost everything about this groovy oasis that blesses Hanover each spring.