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Former Connecticut Democratic senatorial candidate Ned Lamont visited Dartmouth on Nov. 30 to endorse presidential candidate Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn. Lamont spoke to a small gathering of students at Hinman Forum about his experiences as an underdog candidate in 2006 and applauded Dodd's involvement in the Peace Corps and his ability to connect with voters. While he supports Dodd, Lamont said he was proud of all Democrats and encouraged students to vote Democrat. Lamont defeated Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., in the senatorial primary election in 2006, but lost to Lieberman, who ran as an independent, in the general election. Lamont now serves as a fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics and as an adjunct faculty member at Central Connecticut State University. The event was sponsored by the Dartmouth College Democrats and the Chris Dodd Campaign of New Hampshire.
Students decked out in Teletubby suits and Santa costumes came together for the Lose the Shoes soccer tournament on Saturday, marking the end of a term's worth of fundraising for Grassroots Soccer. Over 300 students, divided into 64 teams, met in Leverone for the five-hour event, which contributed to a $12,000 fundraising total for the organization.
Corporate polluters may have a more difficult time hiding from the public, thanks to Mapecos.org, a website created by a motley crew of Dartmouth students, a Tuck School of Business professor, and professors from Harvard and Duke, which shows every facility in the United states and the amount of toxins they emit.
Daulaire said that educating young people about AIDS prevention is critical.
This Fall term marked the beginning of the required sexual assault awareness training program for all fraternity pledge classes, a program designed in collaboration with the Inter-fraternity Council, Mentors Against Violence and Sexual Assault Peer Advisors last spring.
The police arrived at the formal, held at the Hotel Coolidge in White River Junction, Vt., at 8:15 p.m. after responding to an ambulance call regarding a "semi-conscious female [who] was highly intoxicated and was under the age of 21," according to the police department's press release.
Zywicki's Oct. 27 address to the John William Pope Center, a conservative education think tank in Raleigh, N.C., first came to light after several Ivy League-specific websites posted the transcript and video from the event. Zywicki has drawn fire from alumni for his assertion that former College President James Freedman was a "truly evil man," that higher education is dominated by an "orthodoxy" of political correctness and that donations to universities are driven by ulterior motives.
Get ready for your eyes to bleed.
The posters for "Short, Sweet and Supernormal" feature a large erect phallus pointing at the title of the show. When I asked director Avni Shah '07 what the illustration had to do with the performance, she smiled knowingly.
Yamato, whose name is derived from the Japanese city where the group is based, is comprised of young male and female musicians. The main instrument employed by the drummers is the taiko, a massive, double-faced drum whose origins can be traced to ancient Japanese battlefields.
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In his lecture at Dartmouth last Friday, "The War on Terror and the Terror of War: Somalia and the Horn of Africa," professor Abdi Samatar from the University of Minnesota explained why popular opposition to Somalia's martial law depicts South African President Mbeki as the Quisling of our time. Just like the Norwegian traitor who sold out his own people to the Nazis, the African Union continues to allow an American war on terror in Somalia.