The Big Green's victory over Columbia came in a marathon five-game match. Dartmouth took the first two games before Columbia rallied to answer with two wins to force a decisive fifth game.
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I'm quite often tempted to blow things off. I can usually convince myself that, in the grand scheme of things, whether or not I hand in a paper really doesn't matter. I usually remain convinced until about 12 hours before an assignment's due, at which point I seat myself in front of a computer, and, savoring the soul-crushing blend of panic and resignation, pound out the page requirement. I thought to myself earlier this week, however, what if I had a excuse for blowing things off? What if I had a plan for my life after college that didn't revolve around my convincing someone in a well-tailored suit that I'm far more capable than my resume leads them to believe? So, I decided to talk with New York Mets prospect Will Bashelor '07 to find out what that might be like.
The No. 7 Dartmouth women's hockey team showed why it came into the season nationally ranked in the top 10 over the weekend, upsetting No. 5 St. Lawrence 3-2 in Canton, N.Y. Saturday evening and blanking Clarkson 2-0 in Potsdam, N.Y. on Sunday afternoon.
Figure skating to host National Championships
Despite the Big Green's 6-1-0 record in Ivy League play, the women in green (12-4-1) had to settle for second place in the conference by a one-point margin after Columbia (10-4-3, 6-0-1 Ivy) claimed the league title with a 1-0 win over Harvard on Saturday morning. The Lions claimed their first-ever Ivy League championship title with a 6-0-1 record in Ivy play despite being ranked lower than Dartmouth in national polls.
Six days after toppling Harvard and Vermont in convincing fashion to open its 2006-07 campaign, the Dartmouth men's hockey team showed that it is still a good distance from developing into the dominant force it hopes to become.
The Dartmouth Big Green used some bold moves to make a stunning comeback at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, N.Y. Unfortunately the team fell just short of an upset victory over Cornell, losing 28-25 to the Big Red.
After completing a successful soccer career at Dartmouth, Tommy Clark '92 pursued his dream of playing professional soccer in a country whose own inhabitants were often searching for a way out.
Boston, New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Belfast. If one asked Dartmouth seniors besieged with corporate recruiting which of the previous locations does not fit, the answer would be quite obvious. When PJ Scheufele '06 began the long and winding road to post-graduation employment last winter, little did he know the path towards his dream job would go through Northern Ireland.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
Each election cycle, the youth attempts to rally itself from political apathy and inaction into a force powerful enough to demand the attention of our nation's policymakers. With recent disappointedly low turnout figures, and in spite of P. Diddy's stark ultimatum to "vote or die," America's youth has failed to "rock the vote." Last Friday, the Dartmouth Editorial Board justly railed against the political idleness that plagues American students ("Casting an Informed Vote," Nov. 3).
Lawyer and Democratic activist Joseph Millimet '36 died Friday at the Pearl Manor nursing home. He co-founded the Manchester firm Devine & Millimet in 1947, oversaw the New Hampshire Bar in 1962-63, chaired the state constitutional commission through the 1960s, '70s and '80s, and also counseled Former Gov. John King. From his work representing a University of New Hampshire professor who had invited a socialist to speak in class to his work representing Sanders Associates in an anti-trust suit against IBM, Millimet was known as a prominent legal figure dedicated to public service. He died at the age of 92 after suffering from Parkinson's disease for several years. A service will be held on Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. in Brookside Congregational Church.
The 13 crew members selected from 34 applications for this summer's Big Green Bus trip were announced after a two-week selection process.
The event aimed to educate and encourage people to use energy more efficiently and to involve Dartmouth in the Campus Climate Challenge, according to Marissa Knodel '09, the rally's organizer and co-leader of the event's sponsor, Sustainable Dartmouth.
The Board of Trustees reviewed the College's mission statement, discussed several campus facilities projects and dedicated Kemeny Hall and the Haldeman Center at their Fall term meeting this weekend. No formal voting occurred as the trustees focused on "strategic planning" instead.
The College celebrated the opening of Kemeny Hall and the Haldeman Center with two dedication ceremonies and tours of the new buildings this weekend. Their completion marks the end of a two-year long construction period.
The Roots, the innovative Philadelphia-based hip-hop group known for their intelligent grooves and lyrics, played in Leede Arena last night as the Programming Board's major concert of the Fall term. There were a large number of Dartmouth students in attendance, likely the result of a veritable dirth of live professional hip-hop performances in the Upper Valley.
Courtesy of Tara Roudi '15
The Dartmouth men's and women's swimming and diving teams, newly united under head coach Jim Wilson, will open the 2006-07 campaign this weekend with meets against Boston College, Columbia and Maine.