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Alex wears a grey cardigan with contrasting navy trim and buttons, and accessorizes with a matching brilliantly white smile and Brooks Brothers button-up.
Dunia's monochromatic color scheme draws attention to the subtle graphics on her blouse and the contrasting textures in her outfit.
Boy 1 at Foco: "In Miami we kiss girls on the cheek when we say hello."
Book: "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" by Jonathan Safran Foer
All of the cool kids are anti-conformists, all of the anti-conformists wear Converse sneakers and none of the cool, Converse-wearing anti-conformists listen to mainstream music. That would be an unforgivable sin. That would warrant automatic expulsion from the anti-conformist club.
Big Green men's hockey returns to Thompson Arena tonight at 7 p.m.
Dartmouth (2-1-0, 1-1-0 ECACHL) is coming off of a weekend split, defeating St. Lawrence (3-5-0, 0-3-0 ECACHL) 2-1 last Friday night but dropping a tough contest, 4-3, to league-leading Clarkson (6-2-0, 3-0-0 ECACHL) on Saturday.
Dartmouth football will look to solidify its third-place standing this weekend.
The Big Green defense forced an astounding seven turnovers, including five recovered fumbles (six forced) and two timely interceptions. Justin Cottrell '08 continued to be a dominant force at linebacker, accruing nine tackles and picking off a pass to set up one of the Big Green's first-half touchdowns.
DeVon Mosley '09 will handle duties at shooting guard this season.
Last season, Big Green men's basketball finished the season with a 9-18 overall record, the only Ivy failing to achieve double-digit victories. Combine that with a 4-10 record within the Ivies, ahead of only Princeton (2-12), and it seems like the only way to go this year is up.
To the Editor:
The worst times aren't those long nights before that paper is due, or the disappointing discovery of an empty mailbox after an arduous trek down to the Hop; for me, the worst times are those when I wake up to hear that another piece of America has died. This time, it was the South Carolina Democratic Party.
In the late 18th century, Benjamin Franklin wrote anonymous letters to his own publishing company, disguising his identity so that people would pay more attention to what he was writing than to who was writing. Adopting a similar strategy, a mysterious group of individuals have posted a series of papers across campus which describe incidents of gender injustice, signing them "the Daughters of Dartmouth." I was first formally introduced to such spokeswomen in the women's bathroom nearest to Collis. The bold writing of the poster quoted from the recent Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity pledge T-shirts, "come as you are because running won't fix your face." I later discovered that the front of these precious items of clothing pictures a girl running, with a not-so-subtle KKG imprinted upon her buttocks. At the bottom of the poster was a witty thank you to the brothers of Chi Gam, signed with much love, "the Daughters of Dartmouth."
The past few years have not been kind to Knicks fans. Shoot, the past few decades haven't been kind to them either -- odd considering New York is often seen as the best basketball city on the planet. The fact remains, the Knicks haven't won a title since the early '70s, and they haven't been relevant this millennium.
Women's basketball looks to build this year with six new team members.
The Big Green has been picked to finish fourth in the pre-season media polls, but they are just two points out of a tie for second place, held by Cornell and Princeton. Harvard, who almost had all 15 first place votes, is the clear leader in the poll.
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