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To the Editor:
As fans of college football, we've come to expect each season to be flavored with the usual potpourri of upsets and strange outcomes. The 2007 college football season has been one the wildest and most intriguing in recent memory, though, and the race for the two spots in the Bowl Championship Series title game is as wide open as ever. Since its inception, the BCS has endured more than its fair share of criticism as a result of several highly questionable outcomes that have emerged from its confusing, eccentric formula.
The Big Green currently sits in second place behind Brown (9-1-1, 2-0-0 Ivy), who upset Harvard yesterday. Penn (4-5-2, 1-1-0 Ivy) drops into a three-way tie for third in the Ivy League standings with Harvard (8-2-1, 1-1-0 Ivy) and Princeton (3-7-1, 1-1-0 Ivy).
To the Editor:
The Dartmouth women's volleyball team (12-4, 5-1 Ivy) experienced mixed results over the weekend, winning convincingly against Columbia on Friday night, but falling short in a five-game thriller against defending Ivy League champion Cornell Saturday afternoon.
The Dartmouth women's soccer team scored right out of the gates on the University of Pennsylvania, but the Big Green could not hang on to its lead as the team fell 2-1 in Philadelphia. After getting an early goal from Ali Hubbard '10, the Big Green could not keep the offensive pressure up as they were outshot 14-4 in the contest.
The Crusaders (4-2, 1-0 Patriot) were nearly unstoppable on offense, led by junior quarterback Dominic Randolph. Dartmouth (1-4, 1-1 Ivy) was only able to force one punt, and Holy Cross failed to score on just two drives, missing a field goal wide right on the opening possession.
Historically, Dartmouth College has been home to some of the loudest and most enthusiastic crowds in the Ivy League. Players, coaches and spectators all agree that an excited crowd makes attending and competing in Big Green athletic events more enjoyable for everyone. However, some people trying to achieve this objective have run into trouble with the authorities.
Born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and educated in the US, Cozier uses his art as a political and social tool in order to express his personal narrative and to comment on the mixed influences of "island identity." Cozier's work -- a collection of multimedia including drawings, paintings, sound/video recordings and construction installations -- frequently addresses issues of change, globalization and location.
2 DAYS IN PARIS
The quirky, left-of-center obsessions of my adolescence are varied and abnormally numerous. Among others, they included (rather, include) France, IKEA, Vespas and, chief among them, Elizabeth I. The Virgin Queen, Good Queen Bess, call her what you may -- she was an unexpected heroine of mine, and the focus of a fascination that should have been directed towards something like baseball, playing cards or learning what a carburetor is.
Rely on China for American foreign policy initiatives? Really?
This is the story of how I got in trouble. Until this night, my life had been a pre-Yoko Beatles single. This is how I became a mid-'70s Rolling Stones bootleg.