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Both the Big Green (3-14, 1-6 Ivy) and the Big Red (7-9, 4-3 Ivy) were coming off tough non-conference losses in overtime. Last Sunday, Dartmouth was beaten 3-2 by Syracuse in extra time, and Cornell lost by the same score to Colgate. Both squads were looking for a solid conference victory to avenge the previous week's defeat and to close out the season on a high note.
Megan Wijas '06, one of the team's tri-captains, used three words to describe the team's reaction: disbelief, shock and disappointment.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
I am deeply troubled by Drew Lerman '10's comic, "The Still North." The content of the comic strip is incredibly offensive, but there are really two issues at hand here: the content of the comic, which I hold Mr. Lerman responsible for, and The Dartmouth Editorial Board's decision to run this comic.
Towards the end of summer, the Dartmouth Editorial Board lamented a perceived lack of political activism on campus ("Bringing political energy to Dartmouth," Aug. 1). In the aftermath of the Democratic Party's decision to add a caucus in Nevada ahead of New Hampshire's "first-in-the-nation" Presidential Primary, the Board wrote that "the student body in general and campus political groups in particular should view this major national change as an opportunity to step up efforts to create a vital and dynamic political dialogue on campus."
Given both the intensity and tone of the response to the Nov. 6 "Still North" comic strip by Drew Lerman '10, The Dartmouth Editorial Board would like to elucidate our rationale for printing the comic. Lerman's comic attempted to critique liberal academic revisionism through the extreme example of Nietzschean principles condoning sexual assault in a fraternity basement. Accusations that the cartoon or The Dartmouth tacitly condone rape miss the intention of the comic and misunderstand The Dartmouth's Editorial Policy.
A number of College organizations are working to encourage students to cast their votes this Election Day, whether it be with an absentee ballot or at the polls, using their controversial domicile status.
In order to build structures such as the recently-completed McLaughlin Cluster or the proposed North of Maynard Dining Hall, the College must obtain a "special exception" permit from the Hanover Zoning Board of Adjustment in a lengthy process that includes an abundance of input from the Town of Hanover and its residents.
A record 38.5 percent of all living alumni turned out to vote on the much-hyped and highly controversial proposed alumni constitution over the past six weeks, resulting in its eventual rejection by 51 percent of voters last Thursday.
Among those candidates involved in close races is Thomas Kean Jr. '90 (R-N.J.), who is challenging incumbent Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) for New Jersey's U.S. Senate. Kean, who comes from a long line of popular family politicians, has previously served in the New Jersey Legislature. His most recent position was the Senate Minority Whip, a position that he holds to this day.
Dartmouth Broadcasting is a business. It's not just a business serving your suitemates, or that girl in your psychology class, or even just the beloved denizens of Hanover; Dartmouth Broadcasting is a business (with a capital B) serving 30- to 40,000 listeners in the Upper Valley.
Catherine Tudish came to Dartmouth along with the Class of 2010 this September as the newest faculty member in the creative writing department. Her course, an advanced seminar for fiction writing, has gotten rave reviews from students.
The Dartmouth's men's soccer team closed out its season with a 1-0 double overtime defeat at the hands of Ivy League rival Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y. on Saturday. In the final collegiate game for four of Dartmouth's 11 starters, the Big Green failed to capitalize on a few good chances before letting in a goal off a corner two minutes before the end of extra time.