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Dartmouth Gospel Choir puts on a star-studded show

(11/15/04 11:00am)

The Gospel Choir performed this weekend with crowd-pleasing numbers that drew a bevy of soul enthusiasts. They played up to this term's theme, "Gospel Choir Goes to Hollywood," with the choir itself entering the show in spotlights like true stars. But more importantly, they sang favorites from such movies as "The Fighting Temptations," "The Color Purple" and "Sister Act II," which were recognized and thoroughly enjoyed by the vast majority of the audience members.

Ivy big boys bully the men in season opener

(11/15/04 11:00am)

The Dartmouth men's swimming and diving team opened the 2004-05 season with some stiff competition, falling to Harvard and Cornell on Friday. In the tri-meet, Harvard overpowered the Big Green, 223-76, and Cornell, 195-104, and Cornell defeated Dartmouth, 200-100. Win, the Dartmouth men did not, but there were several moments that will be almost as hard to forget as the Harvard coach making his swimmer cry.

Big Green can't find their stride in New York City

(11/15/04 11:00am)

Dartmouth's cross country teams brought their seasons to a respectable close on a crisp Saturday morning in New York City's Van Cortlandt Park. The men of Dartmouth cross country turned in a solid performance, taking sixth place in a field of over 30 teams. The Dartmouth women tied for fifth place with Cornell in a similarly-sized field.

Technical Difficulties

(11/15/04 11:00am)

You can forget about the gap in Social Security funding coming with the retirement of the baby boomers. You can forget about the rapid depletion of fossil fuels, too. You can even forget about your binge drinking problem. "Caleb," you might ask, "why should I not worry about these gathering storms of panic and destruction?" My answer is, of course, don't worry about it because life is too short to worry about such mundane details.

Bonds and Guerrero rose above the rest this season

(11/12/04 11:00am)

Okay, Sox fans, I'll just go ahead and say it: As many of you around campus have let me know, you were right and I was wrong. Who would've thought that every Cards hitter except Larry Walker and Albert Pujols would go MIA in the Series? Or that Tony LaRussa would make decisions that would make even Jimy Williams scratch his head? Or that Jeff Suppan would become, well Jeff Suppan? Anyway, congrats Sox fans, you certainly have something to celebrate.