The women finished the weekend by avenging last year's loss to Cornell but lost to both to Harvard and Colgate.
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At the beginning of the term, Ryan and I took our best shots at predicting this year's BCS title-game winner. As we near the end of yet another tumultuous season, both of our "horses" in this year's race to the title game are in good shape.
"Should I drop Kerry Collins?" "I'm dropping Marc Bulger." "Did you pick up anybody when you dropped him?" "Yeah, I picked up Jonathan Stewart." "You suck." "Yeah, I know." "There is nobody good to pick up." "You can pick me up." "No, I don't want some idiot named Lee Murtha on my team." "Fine." "Boom, baby!" "What a hit."
artmouth boats turned in several top-10 finishes in the varsity four and novice eight races as the Big Green women's crew completed its fall schedule at Foot of the Charles Regatta on Saturday on the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass.
Dartmouth's women's hockey team stumbled during its two conference matchups this weekend, losing to St. Lawrence University on Friday night before tying Clarkson University on Saturday.
In its final match of the regular season, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team fought off a persistent Columbia squad on Saturday after falling in four games to Cornell on Friday night.
After starting the season with two losses, Dartmouth has reeled off four straight victories, earning a tie for first place in ECAC Hockey.
The wins propel Dartmouth (4-2-0, 4-1-0 ECAC Hockey) to a three-way tie for first place in the conference with Princeton and Harvard. St. Lawrence (4-3-1, 1-1-1 ECAC Hockey) is in eighth place, and Clarkson (2-8-1, 1-4-0 ECAC Hockey) is now tied for 10th place with Union College and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Andrew Olsen '11 notched what would be the eventual game-winner in the 19th minute of the game, making a great play to volley home an attempted clearance by a Brown defender. The goal was Olsen's third game-winner of the year and was all the team would need to capture its 11th victory of the season.
Brown quarterback Michael Dougherty picked apart Dartmouth, passing for 238 yards and two TDs on Saturday.
With just one game left in a desolate season, Dartmouth (0-9, 0-6 Ivy) is still winless. The Big Green faces Princeton in New Jersey next weekend in the final game of the season, its last chance to avoid Dartmouth's first winless season since 1883, when the team went 0-1.
The Dartmouth men's basketball team lost its season opener to the United States Military Academy, 63-48, on Saturday in West Point, N.Y. It was the fourth straight opening-day loss for the Big Green.
Big Green women's basketball began its regular season on Saturday with a rough 73-40 loss to the University of Hartford in Hartford, Conn.
The Tuck School of Business held its 15th annual diversity conference for prospective students over the weekend. The student-run conference brought prospective students from a variety of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, religious affiliations and sexual orientations to meet with current Tuck students, faculty, alumni and visiting business executives. The conference featured mock classes, economics panels hosted by Tuck's Career Development Office, and a number of social events. The conference also included keynote speeches from New Mexico Treasurer James Lewis, Ramsey Jay Jr. Tu '05, an associate analyst for Ares Management, and Krystal Williams Tu '03, a program manager for Deere & Company.
Lori Alvord '79 and professors Annelise Orleck, John Collier '72 and Larry Polansky offer advice and recollections to sophomores currently selecting their majors in a panel discussion in Fahey lounge last Tuesday.
The new program, jointly sponsored by the Faculty Engagement Initiative and the Sophomore Program, revamped previous years' "Major Enlightenment" events, which were "more like a fair," according to Kathleen Cunneen, a theater department lecturer and one of the coordinators of the week's events.
Anxious sophomore students nearing the deadline to choose a major are getting an extra hand from the College this year. The Upperclass Deans Office hosted a series of events last week designed to inform students about academic opportunities at the College. The week-long pilot program, titled "Deciphering Your Dartmouth," featured a variety of events, including first-year seminar reunions and a personality workshop that demonstrated how results on a Myers-Briggs personality test can correlate to career choices.
Elementary and middle school students compete at a Lego League competition on Saturday.
FIRST Lego League is an international organization "created to get kids excited about science and technology," according to its web site. The league holds annual qualifying and championship competitions, each with a theme. This year's theme, "Climate Connections," focused on past, present and future global climate conditions.