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The Power Rankings

(11/23/09 4:00am)

With football ending its season, and its legitimate chance to end up in the top half of the Ivy League with a loss Princeton this weekend, Dartmouth's fall sports season has just about wrapped up. There were plenty of good moments the football team redeemed itself somewhat, although it failed to meet my three-win prediction. The field hockey team went to town on the record books. The men's soccer team brought the Greatest Show on Burnham Field into the national spotlight. The women's soccer team stared down most of the Ivy League, winning overtime thrillers and putting up big numbers. And the rugby team absolutely embarrassed the Ivy League, setting a new standard for how to win.




Daily Debriefing

(11/23/09 4:00am)

No Dartmouth students were among the 32 American men and women who were announced as Rhodes Scholars on Saturday. Five Ivy League institutions Harvard University, Yale University, Columbia University, Princeton University and Brown University had Rhodes Scholars this year, according to the Rhodes Trust web site. Recipients of the award receive full scholarships for two to four years of study at the University of Oxford in England. This year, 805 students applied to be Rhodes Scholars, with only 216 applicants reaching the final stage of the competition, according to a Rhodes Trust press release. Dartmouth has had 72 Rhodes winners since the first American Rhodes were granted in 1904, according to a College press release.





Police Blotter

(11/23/09 4:00am)

Nov. 12, 7:15 p.m. North Main Street Hanover Police received a report of an assault near Baker-Berry Library involving two 19-year-old male Dartmouth students. One of the students allegedly attempted to steal the other student's red hat. After the student wearing the hat had reportedly walked away, the suspect confronted the student again and allegedly assaulted him. Hanover Police is still investigating the case.






Exec. links environmentalism, justice

(11/23/09 4:00am)

The environmental movement is deeply rooted in notions of ethical responsibility and the development of strong communities, Peter Forbes '83, the co-founder and executive director of The Center for Whole Communities, said in his Friday lecture, "Social Justice and Environmentalism: Bridging the Gap." Although environmental protection and social justice are often approached separately, neither can be fully solved until they are considered together, Forbes said during the lecture, held in the Rockefeller Center.


Scholars offer differing opinions on patriotism

(11/23/09 4:00am)

"After September 11, there was a lot of discussion of what it meant to be patriotic," Dartmouth government professor Michelle Clarke, who helped organize the conference, said in an interview with The Dartmouth. "The question that wasn't being asked is whether or not patriotism was valuable at all, and whether or not we should try to be patriotic in the first place. The purpose of the conference was to air some of those concerns."


HPD says revenue not incentive

(11/23/09 4:00am)

Despite the common perception among students, Hanover Police has no financial incentive to arrest individuals for underage drinking, according to police and town officials. Although Hanover Police does collect money in connection with arrests for underage possession of alcohol, those funds comprise a relatively insignificant portion of its total budget, Hanover Police Chief Nicholas Giaccone said in an interview with The Dartmouth.



The Ivy Lede

(11/22/09 6:14pm)

Zach Ingbretsen / The Dartmouth Staff   Brown A poll by The Brown Daily Herald found that substance use among Brown University students has remained steady over the past two years. More» Columbia Political student organizations at Columbia University are holding off on further events surrounding the health care reform effort until the current bill passes through the Senate. More» Cornell The Cornell University Police Department, along with other local authorities in Ithaca, N.Y., held a panel discussion on Friday to address concerns about a recent crime spike in the area. More» Harvard Harvard University’s Undergraduate Council Election Commission did not name a winner when voting for the student government’s president ended on Thursday. More» Penn Donations for named scholarships at the University of Pennsylvania have declined. More» Princeton Princeton University will not hire outside financial consultants as it responds to the economic crisis. More» Yale Harvard beat Yale during the 126th iteration of the storied football matchup. More»