Although the Good Samaritan Policy prevents certain alcohol policy violations from resulting in College discipline, "Good Sam" calls often result in arrests for students under the age of 21. The Good Sam also involves Hanover Police, which monitors Safety and Security's radio frequency for Good Sam calls.
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"I feel incredibly honored and very grateful to the people in our district who have a lot of faith in me to send me to Washington," Gillibrand said.
By Leslie Adkins
Alt-rock band Filligar has undertaken a dicey gamble by entering an already overcrowded musical niche. An excess of bands hoping to capitalize on today's baroque pop and post-punk trends has cropped up -- notably, groups like TV on the Radio and Arcade Fire. But in its latest album, "Succession, I Guess," Chicago-based Filligar projects a sweetly affecting charm that's hard to ignore -- and, curiously, hard to dislike.
The swimming and diving programs dominated Maine on Sunday.
Lisa Salzer '04 started her jewelry line Lulu Frost during her senior year.
Daniel Freeman '10 put on a show for the hometown fans at this past weekend's Big Green Invitational, a tournament that saw strong performances from many of Dartmouth's younger tennis players.
WOE is back with yet another installment of the finest sports journalism this side of the Connecticut River. So buckle up, because this past weekend in sports was as ridiculous as Dartmouth's current keg policy.
On the road on Friday at Boston College, the Eagles took a slim victory over the women's team, 156.5-143.5, in a very tense meet that was decided by the final relay; while the men's team dropped 173-126 to BC.
To the Editor:
Two weeks ago, Provost Barry Scherr held a panel meeting to discuss filling two open administrative positions in the Office of Pluralism and Leadership and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity. During the meeting, a few students made what I felt were two poignant but troubling observations: first, that there were very few white males present and second, that there were those who questioned the very existence of these two offices. The only conclusions I could draw from these observations were that either a) there was apathy among the white community because they felt that OPAL, IDE and the diversity initiatives associated with them had little relevance to their lives or b) there was a broad impression that diversity was "over-hyped" and rendered meaningless from the sheer institutional emphasis placed upon it.
Noche Dorada, held last weekend, was not at all what I expected. Instead of attending a mere gathering of people enjoying amazing free food and crazy salsa dancing, I was confronted by impassioned speeches from alumni, and an informative address from a professor. Indeed, it is important to note that this night was about addressing the immigration issue -- an issue at the heart of the Latino community, and perhaps even beyond.
Short, silent video clips of debate footage between political candidates are better indicators of election winners than reports of economic conditions, according to a study conducted by Dartmouth, the University of Chicago, Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research.
There is a strong relationship between exposure to violent, adult-content films and poor school performance in adolescent students, according to a recently published study conducted by Dr. James Sargent, a Dartmouth Medical School pediatrician.
A California Superior Court judge recently ruled that the Association of American Medical Colleges has 60 days to make its administration of the Medical College Admissions Test more accommodating to students with learning disabilities.
Student Assembly approved a "Statement of Concern Regarding Journalistic Integrity in The Dartmouth" at Tuesday night's meeting after discussing a controversial comic that ran in Monday's edition of The Dartmouth. The Assembly also spent the first half of the meeting questioning the Dean of the College Search Committee.
Acting Dean of the College Dan Nelson recently informed the Committee on Standards Task Force that he will not take action on their recommendations because of his status as an acting dean.
In Tuesday night's election New Hampshire voters turned out in higher than usual numbers to defeat six-term incumbent Charlie Bass '74 (R-N.H), electing Democratic challenger Paul Hodes '72 to the U.S. House of Representatives. Other Republican Dartmouth alumni were defeated as well in New Jersey, Minnesota and Vermont.
Editor's Note: This article is the second of a series examining hidden artworks at Dartmouth.
The Lulu Frost line, started by Salzer during her senior year at Dartmouth, includes a variety of jewelry, belts and other accessories that feature antique accents and architectural fixtures.