Andreadis said that one of the Assembly's greatest accomplishments thus far has been the increased diversity of its membership.
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College disciplinary committees determined that Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority did not violate the College Standard of Conduct regarding hazing during a Oct. 9 new member bid-night activity that resulted in the alcohol-related arrests of 11 Kappa members.
Book: "Pat the Politician: A Political Pull and Poke Parody"
With the holiday season almost officially upon us, thoughts turn to dreaded holiday shopping. The Sony Playstation 3 and the Nintendo Wii are destined to find their way onto many shopping lists. Both of these videogame consoles were just released and the two could not be more different. The Playstation 3 is a black monolith filled to the brim with bleeding-edge components and has a price tag to match. The Nintendo Wii is a small white box that lacks stunning graphics but makes up for it in genuine innovation and a substantially lower price.
Is that the Dawson's Creek theme song I hear echoing in the distance? Oh-ehm-gee, this must be my last column! I was kind of teary-eyed at first, but I've decided it's a good thing that I've been fired.
Dartmouth has fraternities, and they are much too important. Students drink, but are also smart. Sometimes people hook up.
I was talking to a friend the other day and she happened to mention that the past few weeks she has been plagued by a recurring dream. One in which she had miraculously developed "sock hands."
'07 TriDelt 1: "I am worried. Do you think I should get Plan B?"
With the end of sophomore fall approaching, there is a sense of urgency for self-discovery among the '09 class. My classmates are dialing home for some parental guidance, pouring over the pages of the ORC and looking for peer advice during pledge term events. Winter term registration is officially over and so for those of us taking our time exploring all edges, crevices and corners of the vast academic universe, we have three more opportunities to find our passion.
True or false: Hipsters are into everything that's "cool" or "edgy."
I am thankful for:
My grandmother takes Thanksgiving very seriously. Her version of Turkey Day includes mailed, rhyming invitations; a coat-and-tie dress code (for the annual family photo, obvi); intricate table decorations and of course a smorgasbord of good food.
In case you hadn't already realized just how many of your friends at Dartmouth are from the Eastern seaboard (or, in particular, the New York metropolitan area), fall's first holiday vacation makes the geographic breakdown of the College's student body abundantly clear. At Dartmouth, Thanksgiving isn't about people coming together to share in a bountiful harvest; it's about the kids who have relatives within driving distance of Hanover visiting their families for home-cooked Rockwellian spreads, whilst the rest of the population tries to decide whether an outrageously expensive roundtrip plane ticket is worth it to avoid gnawing EBAs pizza crusts on the last Thursday of November.
The Big Green suffered a 94-49 loss to George Washington Tuesday night. The Colonials never loosened their grip on the game, blowing out the Big Green not only on the scoreboard, but also in virtually every statistical category.
Students hang out on Collis Porch for the
As you may have noticed, I don't do a lot of college football columns. It isn't that I don't like college football; It's just that I spend most early Saturday afternoons curled up in the dark with an icepack, or wondering why I woke up on the floor curled around a dirty sweatshirt with a 30-pack as a pillow, or in the bathroom furiously scrubbing off the penis that somebody drew on my face in permanent marker. But with the Michigan-Ohio State football game coming up this Saturday, I thought I, like every other sports columnist in the known universe, ought to do a column on it. So, let's break this down, OSC-style.
The Colonials never looked back and handed Dartmouth its second loss against an Atlantic 10 squad on the road this season, as the Big Green fell 94-49 in Washington, D.C.
To the Editor:
As a Haitian-American woman, a four-year member of the Dartmouth women's crew team and a passionate ally of the Native and Latino communities, my commitment to all three groups compels me to be that "vox clamantis in deserto."
In our Dartmouth community, which puts a very high premium on pluralism, we should also tolerate and seek to understand a diverse range of opinions on the nature of diversity. A point that too often gets lost in the larger debates about mascots, affirmative action and the like is that there is more than one conception of diversity, and not all of them are positive. In the quest to achieve an optimal learning environment, we sometimes counterproductively limit the meaning of diversity to certain racial groups and skin colors.