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Thanksgiving is a time for family, turkey and football. Millions of Americans spend part of their holiday tossing the pigskin around, while millions more spend their day watching football on television. And every year, it's the same: Detroit and Dallas. Yes, I know there's now a third game. We'll get to that later. The real issue is that it's time for a change.
The Big Green men's hockey team refound its groove in a 5-1 thumping of Bentley at home on Saturday.
Bentley (5-8-1, 5-3-1 Atlantic Hockey) was coming off of a weekend split against conference foe Army and had yet to win a game against non-league opponents. The Falcons came to Hanover in hopes of changing their non-conference fortunes but again discovered their opponent to be too strong.
New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner announced Wednesday night that New Hampshire's primary will take place on Jan. 8, 2008, making it the nation's earliest-ever primary date. The announcement came shortly after Florida and Michigan brought their primary dates forward to January 17 and 29, respectively. The change meant that New Hampshire, which by state law has to hold its primary election first in the nation, and at least a week before any other, could hold its vote no later than Jan. 8. Iowa will hold its nominating caucus -- a different kind of candidate selection procedure -- on Jan. 3, kicking off primary season. With only five days between the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary, candidates will have little time to recover should they fare poorly in Iowa, pundits warn.
Tim McManus '11 earned the Earl Hamilton Freshman Award this year.
Cottrell led the team in tackles this season with 56 on his own and 52 assists. He grabbed three interceptions and captained the defense.
While most university students focus on studying for exams, Dartmouth Medical School student Nick Ellis DMS'10 spent his college years developing a program to support medical missions to Ecuador. Ellis' program -- Medicine, Education and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere, or MEDLIFE -- seeks to provide healthcare and education to communities that wouldn't get them otherwise.
Craig Henderson '09 and the Big Green lost in a heartbreaker to Vermont.
The contest was one of the most intense Big Green athletic events in recent memory, but Dartmouth (11-4-3) fell to Vermont (9-9-3) in soul-crushing fashion, 5-4.
Kathy Slattery Phillips, Dartmouth's Sports Information Director, died Wednesday after complications stemming from a brain aneurysm. She was 55.
Daniel Keat '10
GBaby Magnetic Play System by GeoMag was ranked the top tech toy for kids 9-24 months by a team from the Tuck School of Business.
Although the stereotypical Tuck Business School researcher may be focused on development in emerging economies or business administration, Tuck professor Eric Johnson and his team of students have turned their attention to a much lighter issue: what toys gift-givers should buy for the holidays.
Rauner Library acquired the papers of the renowned poet Richard Eberhart '26. It has begun the arduous process of categorizing the documents.
Sorting through dozens of boxes containing the remnants of a person's life -- documents, photographs, even cash -- organizing those pieces in a way that is easily accessible to students and researchers may seem like a daunting task. But that is exactly the challenge presented to the staff at Rauner Library when they acquired the papers of the renowned poet Richard Eberhart '26.
On Friday, Nov. 16, the official dedication for the Floren Varsity House took place in a packed Alumni Gym. The West Gym was filled with hundreds of student-athletes, eagerly awaiting the unveiling of Floren. Speakers at the ceremony included Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens, women's basketball coach Chris Wielgus and, representing student-athletes, baseball pitcher Russell Young '08. The festivities were capped with a brief film about the unparalleled nature of Dartmouth athletes and athletics.
Professor Chris Hanscom has been appointed as Dartmouth's Korean studies professor, filling a tenure-track position that had remained vacant since the 2005 departure of professor Suk-Young Kim. Hanscom, who came to campus this Fall, will offer two Korean studies classes during Winter term.
Dartmouth Trustee Todd Zywicki '88 called former College President James Freedman "truly evil" and expressed disdain for an alleged academic orthodoxy of political correctness in a recently surfaced Oct. 27 speech at the John William Pope Center, a conservative higher education think tank.