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Michael Jackson may be dead, but he definitely isn't gone. Although the pop sensation bid the world farewell on July 25, his death seems to have sparked a craving for all things MJ.
Celebrated as a "polished ensemble that produces beautiful sounds and projects high spirits" by Daniel Cariaga of The Los Angeles Times, the Sejong Soloists is a vibrantly talented music ensemble that has performed in venues from Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center, Suntory Hall to Salle Gaveau. They bring their act to Spaulding Auditorium on Tuesday, presenting the early works of musical prodigies: Jay Greenberg's Four Scenes, Mozart's Piano Concerto in A Major and Mendelssohn's Octet in E Flat Major.
The Princeton Review's 2009 Business School ranking rated the Tuck School of Business the second "Most Family Friendly" and the eighth "Best Administered" business school in the country, according to an Oct. 5 press release from The Princeton Review. The profile will appear in the "Best 301 Business Schools" 2010 guidebook published by The Princeton Review. The rankings were calculated using an 80-question survey on The Princeton Review's online student survey site, with an average of 65 students reporting for each school, according to the press release. The other ranking categories included "Best Classroom Experience," "Most Competitive Students," "Toughest to Get Into," "Best Campus Facilities," and "Greatest Opportunity for Women." Robert Franek, senior VP and publisher at The Princeton Review, said in the release that The Princeton Review does not believe in naming a single best overall business school.
The number of women pursuing master of business administration degrees at the Tuck School of Business remains at an "historic level," Tuck Dean Paul Danos told The Dartmouth on Friday. Women now represent 33 percent of the Tuck student body, a percentage that has held steady for the past few years and is comparable to Tuck's peers, he said.
As of press time, at least 306 men had sunk bids this fall, although rush numbers were not yet available for Bones Gate fraternity, Sigma Nu fratenity and Gamma Delta Chi fraternity.
The College's Council on Sponsored Activities which handles the College's efforts to obtain research funding and grants has seen a $37-million dollar increase in research funding over the past year, according to findings presented at a meeting of the Steering Committee of the General Faculty on Monday.
The Student Assembly Membership and Internal Affairs Committee announced the nine students who will review the College's Student Event Management Procedures on Monday evening. In selecting the group, the committee sought to include students from a variety of backgrounds, including drinkers and non-drinkers, and affiliated and unaffiliated students, according to Student Body Vice President Cory Cunningham '10.
Sitting amidst a sea of eager members of the Class of 2013, listening to College President Jim Yong Kim's speech, I thought back to my own convocation and utilized my newfound ability to reminisce on freshman year. I remember hearing Tommy Clark of Grassroots Soccer speak on many of the same issues finding your passion, changing the world and taking responsibility for the flaws of mankind. And I remember feeling what I imagine many of the '13s felt anxious as hell. Although the call to action and aspiration to greatness are necessities for all young people, Dartmouth students need to be reminded that, while we are a canvas of potential, we need to enjoy a lot of aimless doodling first.
Wow, it really has been three weeks since classes began.
The Dartmouth men's rugby team defeated both the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton in a home doubleheader this weekend, outscoring opponents 136-6 and further proving its dominance in the Ivy League.
On the road for its first Ivy doubleheader of the season, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team edged Columbia in a thrilling five-set tiebreaker on Friday night before falling to Cornell, 3-1, on Saturday.