Several Dartmouth alumni filed a lawsuit against the College last week, the second form of legal action the school has faced from its alumni in the last 14 months. The suit, filed on Nov. 18, states that the College violated an 1891 agreement to maintain parity on the Board of Trustees. The Order of Notice states that legal action has become more relevant in light of Dartmouth's current presidential search.
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No system of policing is unqualifiedly effective. But the fact that a system is faulty is not a reason to reject it; it is only a reason to correct it. Implementation of the HEC site should instead hinge on need: Is the honor code violated to a degree that necessitates Stalinist measures? Until it can be proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the honor code is victim to constant violation, such an ill-conceived -- but still well-intentioned -- measure should be withheld.
Between the Equal Rights Amendment and Hillary Clinton, feminism underwent a transformation. Before this change, feminism was a nice, well-adjusted movement with honorable aims and reasonable practices, something both men and women could support.
Erica Serpico '12 followed up her strong performance last week with another undefeated weekend, winning both the 1-meter and 3-meter events.
Captain Andrew Ballentine '09 had a big weekend for the Big Green (0-4, 0-3 Ivy) on the men's side, coming in second in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:09.76 and third in the 200-yard breaststroke in 2:26.10.
The Big Green women's basketball team fell in triple overtime to the University of Vermont, 82-77, in the consolation game of the TD Banknorth Classic held in Burlington, Vt. on Sunday.
Miller presents his mixed media at elite venues like the Guggenheim, the Tate Modern and the Acropolis.
Born in Washington, D.C., Miller is currently in residence at Dartmouth as a fellow at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. The Hopkins Center for the Performing Arts commissioned Miller to develop and present his latest project, "Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica."
There's never a shortage of football topics this time of year, so Ryan and I decided that yet another pigskin column was the way to go. Today we'll be giving our opinions on what college football team has had the most disappointing season. There are a number of good options to choose from.
ny triumphs over the course of the college football season. Mid majors have played with the big boys (Boise State, the University of Utah, BYU); Texas Tech rose to prominence on the heels of Graham Harrell and fell at the hands of the old guard, the University of Oklahoma; a lowly team from Indiana named Ball State has gone undefeated; and the University of Alabama has made a convincing return to the glory of seasons past. All are noteworthy achievements. All deserve both cookies and small parades, without doubt.
The Big Green men's hockey team's surprising five-game winning streak has finally come to a halt.
No. 9 Dartmouth men's squash never had to break a sweat in the Fall Classic, as the Big Green demolished five teams by a combined 44-1 over two days.
On Saturday, both teams took on Tufts University, Colby College, Connecticut College and Bowdoin College. On Friday night, the men's team faced the United States Naval Academy while the women's team played Mount Holyoke College and Connecticut College.
Dartmouth's women's basketball team traveled across the river to Vermont this weekend for the T.D. Banknorth Classic, losing its first match to Michigan State University, 60-52, in overtime, before falling to the University of Vermont.
its home opener to Colgate University on Saturday night, 65-60. Alex Barnett '09 continued to lead the team in scoring with 22 points, his second 20-point performance in as many games, but it was not enough to take down the Raiders, who made 52.4 percent of their shots on the night.
Forward Shannon Bowman '09 chipped in with two assists and six shots in the Big Green's 7-2 thrashing of Colgate on Saturday night in Thompson Arena.
With the wins, Dartmouth (7-1-1, 6-1-1 ECAC Hockey), currently ranked No. 6 in the country, will likely move up in the national standings.
Princeton gained 343 rushing yards while Dartmouth stumbled to -11 yards on the ground in Saturday's 28-10 loss.