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When they declared Barack Obama the winner, all of the big-screen televisions in Times Square started projecting images of him and his family with the subtext "President Elect." And I just started screaming, "I can't believe it!" I was screaming and crying so loud that three photographers took a picture of me, and I lost my voice for the next three days.
The presidential election is over. Halloween, come and gone. Rush drama, a small spot in the rearview mirror. The first substantial snowfall is likely weeks away. November stretches ahead of us, vast and empty, with Thanksgiving the only light at the end of the tunnel.
Neither captain Ashley Hines'09's goal in the final second of the game nor Virginia Peisch '11's record-breaking pair of assists was enough to give the Dartmouth women's field hockey team a win over Ivy rival Cornell.
In the finale of its 2008 season, the Big Green women's soccer team rallied in overtime to beat a persistent Cornell squad, 3-2, on the road in Ithaca, N.Y., on Saturday afternoon.
This fall Ford Evans, DDE director and head of dance at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, wanted to take his dancers out of their home studio and expose them to the gritty reality of dance in New York City.
On her seventh birthday, studio art lecturer Virginia Beahan opened a present from her father. It was her first camera.
Mitchell, an acclaimed flutist from Chicago, was named the "No. 1 Rising Star Flutist" by Down Beat Magazine from 2005 to 2008. In addition to her work as a virtuoso flutist, Mitchell is a bandleader for the Black Earth Ensemble, a composer and the co-president of the Association for Advancement of Creative Musicians.
In discussing politics, our professors are giving educated subjective opinions in a world otherwise dominated by uneducated subjective opinions. So long as we remember that everything we hear is but an opinion, I think our professors could and should provide us with their valuable perspectives -- it will increase our political awareness and make us more knowledgeable citizens.
This presidential election has transformed the apathetic teenager into an informed voter. We discussed the candidates' personas, basic policy proposals and, most importantly, the actual geographical proximity between Alaska and Russia. Furthermore, our engagement exceeded mere curiosity -- many of us volunteered to distribute posters, stickers and water bottles to the student body, eager to promote our candidate of choice. On election day, my floormates -- usually late for drill -- actually awoke on time to vote at Hanover High. As an international student, I felt awed by the sheer vigor and engagement that is American democracy. But I also felt overwhelmed by such passion and wondered: Does apathy have a role to play in tempering passion?
In today's column, Ryan and I will argue over which NFL team is the cream of the crop. If either of us knew what we're talking about earlier in the term, we should have been taken back to our columns in which we took a stab at predicting this year's Super Bowl-winner.
Several weeks ago, when Schmidley and I were prematurely predicting who would win the Super Bowl, I wrote, "[The Giants] look even better than they were last year, minus the downgraded defensive line, and Eli Manning has come into his own."
The Dartmouth women's volleyball team lost its last two home games of the season, falling to Princeton, 3-0, on Friday and to the University of Pennsylvania, 3-2, on Saturday in Leede Arena in Hanover.
The Dartmouth men's soccer team put on a high-scoring show with the help of its freshmen on Saturday night, as the Big Green beat Cornell, 5-2, in Ithaca, N.Y.
On Friday, Union (0-11-1, 0-4-0 ECACHL) managed to hang in the game for the first two periods before Dartmouth (5-0-0, 4-0-0 ECACHL) exploded for a four-goal third period to seal the 6-1 win.