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Volleyball bounces back to beat Brown in season's final road match

(11/10/04 11:00am)

With the season winding down, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team showed that there is still plenty of fight left in the squad as they played for pride in two weekend road matches. After falling to a tough Yale squad in three games Friday night, Dartmouth bounced back with a four-game win over Brown Saturday afternoon, snapping a three-match losing streak.

Dartmouth rugby reaches Northeastern Final Four

(11/10/04 11:00am)

SACHEM FIELD, Nov. 6 -- On a beautiful sunny Saturday, the Dartmouth rugby team to extended its four-game winning streak and advanced to the Northeastern Rugby Union Final Four as it hosted Syracuse University for a first round playoff match. With College President James Wright and an enthusiastic crowd in attendance, the home team dominated throughout the match and came away with a resounding 58-15 victory.

Student Voting at Dartmouth

(11/10/04 11:00am)

In perusing the full election results from New Hampshire, I stumbled upon an incredibly disturbing fact: Although incumbent Republican Sen. Judd Gregg was handily re-elected (indeed, he carried all but eight of the 237 precincts in the state), he lost by nearly a 20-point margin in Hanover. Ours was the only town in which he lost to a 96-year-old grandmother who had never before held public office, by more than eight percentage points.

Field hockey concludes season with a strong road performance

(11/09/04 11:00am)

The Big Green women's field hockey team capped off a rollercoaster season Sunday with an impressive road victory against Cornell. Coming off a win versus Holy Cross, Dartmouth was determined not to end the season on a low note. Playing the last collegiate games of their careers, Allison Welsh '05, Ashley Choren '05, Kelly Storer '05 and the Dartmouth Big Green outscored Cornell 5-2, leaving no doubt in the minds of their opponents as to which team was superior.

Icers thrash Yale, fall to Princeton in uneven weekend

(11/09/04 11:00am)

The men's hockey team never thought the only opportunity for Dartmouth fans to throw tennis balls onto the ice would come after the final buzzer sounded Saturday. But Dartmouth was shockingly shut out 3-0 by previously-winless Princeton Saturday, offering no chance for Big Green traditionalists to carry on the custom of littering the ice with tennis balls after the first home team goal. A night earlier, Dartmouth had trounced the Yale Bulldogs 5-2, making the Princeton collapse even more surprising.

The Ultimate GOP Fantasy

(11/09/04 11:00am)

The Republican victory on Tuesday was more substantial than people realize. Aside from winning both the popular and the electoral votes for the presidency, the Republicans now hold control of the Senate by 10 seats, the House of Representatives by 30 seats, and the National Governors Association by seven seats. In addition, four Supreme Court Justices are over 70 years old, with Chief Justice Rehnquist, at 80, currently being treated for cancer.