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Kappa diverts cancer donations

(11/18/05 11:00am)

Last May, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority hosted two annual spring traditions within a week of each other. On May 28, Kappa sponsored its third-annual Breast Cancer Walk/Run fundraiser, with all proceeds to benefit the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. A week later the sorority held its traditional senior banquet -- a sumptuous buffet served by Blood's Catering. But when it came time to pay the cancer center and the catering company, the sorority's funds were not sufficient to write checks to both. The caterer got paid. The cancer center did not.

Coaching shake-up produces varied results for rowing

(11/17/05 11:00am)

Change has certainly been the theme of Dartmouth crew throughout the fall season. There were rowers fervently hoping to improve upon previous campaigns and freshman recruits and walk-ons eager to get a taste of collegiate competition. But there is one unexpected difference in the boathouse this year -- a new group of Big Green coaches. The crew program began the fall season with a total of five new coaches, including three new head coaches for the men's lightweight, men's heavyweight and women's squads.

BbOne Tragedy

(11/17/05 11:00am)

Throughout my four terms at Dartmouth, I have been spoiled by the plethora of conveniences provided by the College. I take it for granted that, unlike many of my friends at other schools, I can go to one of the dining halls at almost any hour of the day and get a full meal. The unique system of DBA allows for this luxury.

Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra prepares for big weekend show

(11/16/05 11:00am)

At 8:00 p.m. this Saturday in Spaulding, the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra will perform for the first time this year. The event seems perfectly timed, taking place on the weekend of that last push before Thanksgiving break, when stressed-out students could use an excuse to emerge from their routines at school and rejoin the outside world. Saturday's program promises to transport an audience of both the overly absorbed "paper-finisher-uppers" and those who will begin celebrating vacation early to a mindset far from Hanover. The concert, directed by Anthony Princiotti and featuring Peter Morgenstern '06 on the clarinet, will include Berlioz's "The Roman Carnival Overture," Weber's "Clarinet Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat" and Sibelius' "Symphony No. 2 in D Major," selections which will energize and provide a means of escape for those motivated by curiosity or cultural hunger to go someplace besides the frats or the stacks this weekend.

Men's swimming swept, women split vs. Ivy League rivals

(11/16/05 11:00am)

The spirits of the Dartmouth men's and women's swimming and diving teams remain high despite a relative collapse this weekend at a double dual meet held at Simmons College. The Dartmouth men's swimming and diving team fell to both Harvard and Cornell. The Crimson defeated the Big Green 239-61 and the Big Red downed Dartmouth 238-61.