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The 35 points that the Big Green scored against the Red Foxes from Marist were the fewest tally for Dartmouth since 1977, when they lost 28-58 to Yale. In both games, Dartmouth could not find its shooting touch early, as the Big Green dug itself early holes with cold shooting.
With the loss, the Big Green men slipped to 1-2 on the season.
Craig Henderson '09
Dartmouth (3-3-1, 2-3-1 ECACHL) now stands in fifth place in the ECAC Hockey standings, seven points behind league-leading Clarkson.
Lions for Lambs
Between 30 and 40 students and faculty attended the discussion. Each attendee was given a blank piece of paper and a pencil and asked to write down responses to five works of photography and art that were projected on a screen in the front of the room. The anonymous responses were read aloud, and students and faculty voiced their opinions about the works. The conversation was then steered toward visual humor on campus and in American media, particularly that which can be viewed as racist or sexist. Corresponding examples were projected on the screen.
One thing's for sure: never have the Dark Ages looked so chic. "Beowulf" was filmed two years ago, but has since been labored over by a team of digital animators who have given every frame of the movie a computer generated imagery-facelift. The result resembles an eerily realistic video game, in which the actors play digital avatars of themselves. As the titular Scandinavian warrior, Ray Winstone looks about 50 pounds lighter than usual; Angelina Jolie, meanwhile, has been transformed into a buck-naked she-demon, whose sensitive areas are concealed by strategically placed slime.
Phi Delt '09: So you're a Kappa?
Dartmouth's celebration of Native American History Month was kicked off this week by the second annual First Nations Week speeches. The series of speeches, held from Tuesday through Friday, focused on the importance of retaining Native identity through cultural, land and language ties.
"Wait, who is the chef again?" one of our companions teased. "Chef Giovanni Leopardi," our waitress cooed helpfully as she sailed past. Considering the enthusiasm and sheer frequency with which our host inserted the head chef de cuisine and proprietor into tableside conversation, it seemed as though we were in the presence of greatness.
"Dude, what are you still doing here?" your roommate asks.
Last week, I discussed the College's varied failures and successes in coping with one of the greatest challenges it has faced in the past 35 years: how to coeducate a college that, traditionally, prizes hypermasculinity.
For Leon Chang '08, the big moment came sophomore winter in a Toulouse internet cafe.