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Big Green soccer plays to scoreless tie with Vermont

(10/14/05 9:00am)

Dartmouth men's soccer shut out 18th-ranked Vermont at Chase Field on Wednesday yet failed to extend its five-game winning streak. Vermont (9-4-1) played some defense of its own, shutting out Dartmouth as well and playing to a 0-0 tie. The Big Green is unbeaten in its last nine games and moves to 6-1-4 on the season, 2-0-0 in the Ivy, propelling the squad to the No. 23 spot in the latest College Soccer News national poll.


A Long Overdue Change

(10/14/05 9:00am)

Many students on campus are not aware of it, but significant changes are underway on the Board of Trustees. With the election of Todd Zywicki '88 and Peter Mark Robinson '79 earlier this year, the lifting of the moratorium on new residential fraternities and sororities last June, and the general process of expansion, a unique opportunity for change exists in both the structure and direction of the Board.


Verbum Ultimum

(10/14/05 9:00am)

It is often observed that a department's proximity to the center of campus reflects the favor bestowed on it by the powers that be in Parkhurst. Recent controversies concerning Dartmouth athletics and a string of noticeable defeats can, at times, reinforce the sense that the gym's distance from the Green reflects the lowly position of athletics in the eyes of administrators.







Swedish rocker Lekman brings humor, unique style to FNR

(10/13/05 9:00am)

Dartmouth students have a great opportunity to rage like they've never raged before this Friday night at Fuel. Friday Night Rock is hosting its first international artist, Jens Lekman, at 9:30 p.m. on Oct. 14 in the basement of Collis. The Swedish rocker will bring a sizeable band with him that will include a violin and a cello, making the concert appealing to those interested in many different types of music. Emerging Oakland singer-songwriter Nedelle will open for Lekman with her unique mixture of tender jazz melodies and classic blues sentiments.











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