Former Congressman Charles Bass \'74 discussed moderate Republicanism Tuesday in a forum at the Rockefeller Center.
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Orderly, moderate government is the best thing for America, said former congressman Charlie Bass '74 in a talk at the Rockefeller Center on Tuesday. Bass spoke on the topic of "the role of the moderate Republican in today's political environment."
Twenty Dartmouth students and members of the Upper Valley had their questions about Barack Obama and his campaign answered by Laurence Tribe in the Howe library on Tuesday afternoon. Tribe, a renowned constitutional law expert and professor at Harvard Law School, screened a "Meet Barack" DVD with the group in an event organized by the New Hampshire chapter of Obama for America.
Following a John Edwards' speech at DHMC, a question-and-answer session focused on his plan to address the lack of availability to effective healthcare.
Medical students, doctors and health care workers gathered at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center on Tuesday to hear Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards speak on current and future policy issues facing the medical community.
"Pilot"-- Nan Zhang as Katy, Leighton Meester as Blair, Nicole Fiscella as Isabel in GOSSIP GIRL on The CW. Photo Credit: The CW / KC Bailey
The latest show of extravagantly wealthy teenagers running around and wreaking havoc on each others' egos comes in the form of "Gossip Girl," on the CW Network Wednesdays at 9 p.m.. While the dialogue often leaves much to be desired and some scenes are annoyingly over the top, the show itself has just enough back-stabbing, juicy drama to keep viewers coming back for more.
Editor's Note: Professor Peases\' column is the fifth installment of ExtraCurricular, an occasional series of commentary by Dartmouth professors. Each column approaches a topic of the author's choice, highlighting issues of faculty interest and opening them up to response from our readers.
Did you know that the lyrics to "Crank Dat Soulja Boy" are too crude to print in this column, because it will look bad when future employers and future boyfriends Google my name? Thanks Soulja Boy. Love, Me.
Dartmouth students come from all over the country (and the world). They come in with their own loyalties, far from many of their friends and family. Though they are far from home, many students at Dartmouth like to keep in contact with what they left behind. One way to do that is by continuing their hometown obsessions.
Jenny Stone '10 and the Big Green women concluded a disappointing season with a spirited win over Brown.
Last Saturday, the Dartmouth women's soccer team (5-9-2, 3-3-1 Ivy) concluded a season of more downs than ups with a solid victory over the Brown University Bears 1-0.
The Dartmouth Athletic Department sponsored a special deal on ski helmets with the Golf and Ski Warehouse Monday night at the Leverone Field House. The College holds this special purchase program in an effort to promote ski safety and in order to make affordable the helmets now required for all students participating in Physical Education Ski and Snowboard classes. Golf and Ski Warehouse brought technicians to help with fittings and offered three different brands of helmets at 40% off normal retail prices. The deal was offered to all members of the Dartmouth community with the presentation of proper Dartmouth identification.
Calling for a change to the Washington climate and an end to the U.S. troop presence in Iraq, presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., addressed a filled gymnasium at Lebanon High School Monday evening. Obama discussed a variety of issues ranging from education to gay marriage, emphasizing his dissatisfaction with the political status quo.
Professor Vijay Govindarajan, seen here, was one of the two Tuck School of Business professors named to The Times' 2007 Thinkers 50 list.
Govindarajan, who moved up eight places from the last compilation to the rank of 23 this year, partly credited his selection to the success of his internationally-bestselling book "Ten Rules for Strategic Innovators." He added that his impressive reputation among corporations probably also helped his placement on the list, as he has advised 150 of the world's leading corporations for 25 years on the topic of innovation.
Edwards addressed a crowd of approximately 400, discussing topics that ranged from Iraq to health care. He trails Clinton and Obama in the polls.