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Positive Expectations

(11/30/10 4:00am)

Economics is a science of cycles, and cycles are the very nature of life. Prosperity and growth only follow after the grim periods of recessions. With the stubbornly high unemployment rate frozen at around 9.6 percent for the past two months, the economic outlook of today is dull at the very least, particularly for the millions of Americans who are struggling to find a permanent job while fighting with banks over their mortgage payments. Given that the three years of recession we have all witnessed is the most devastating economic downturn since 1933, however, things can't possibly get any worse.


Losing Focus

(11/30/10 4:00am)

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal this March, College President Jim Yong Kim asserted that the actual annual cost of educating a Dartmouth undergraduate is approximately $100,000. For all the plush amenities and excellent professors here, it's hard to believe that all of this money roughly twice the median U.S. household income is really being spent with undergraduates in mind.


Men's hockey to hold charity toy drive during Dec. 12 game

(11/30/10 4:00am)

The Dartmouth men's ice hockey team is embracing the holiday spirit this year by sponsoring a charity toy drive on Dec. 12, which will benefit Children's Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. An annual tradition according to assistant captain Joe Stejskal '11, the team has participated in a charity drive all four years he's been at Dartmouth.


Women's basketball defeats Vermont, then Bryant in OT

(11/30/10 4:00am)

Many players contributed in the win over UVM, with four players scoring in the double digits along with a great defensive team effort. Team captain Brittney Smith '11 earned her 26th career double-double with 21 points, 11 rebounds, seven steals and three assists. Fellow seniors, Cassie Cooper '11, who was injured for the majority of last season, and Louise Vanden Bosch '11 added 11 points apiece. Teammate Faziah Steen '13 netted 12 points and snagged three steals.











Eight seconds to go, UCLA wins

(11/29/10 4:00am)

With eight seconds remaining on the clock in the second overtime, the Big Green men's soccer team lost a spot in the Elite Eight of the Division I NCAA tournament with a goal from No. 8 seed University of California, Los Angeles. The teams battled for two 45-minute halves and nearly two 10-minute overtime periods, but UCLA junior midfielder Eder Arreola ended the Big Green's post-season, 2-1.


Briefly Noted

(11/29/10 4:00am)

Five Big Green football players were selected to the All-Ivy First Team the most the team has had in the past 13 years. tri-captain Charles Bay '11, tri-captain Tim McManus '11, Shawn Abuhoff '12, Ryan O'Neill '12 and Nick Schwieger '12 were all recognized by the League's coaches. Bay, a defensive end, missed the early part of the season with an injury, but finished the year leading the Ivy League in sacks and forced fumbles. Wide receiver McManus led the Big Green in receptions and receiving yardage after missing his junior season with a broken leg. Defensive back and return specialist Abuhoff became the first Big Green player ever chosen at multiple positions after leading the League in passes defended and punt return yardage. Abuhoff is the conference's leading returner and cover man. O'Neill, a left guard, was an anchor on the offensive line that paved the way for a great rushing attack and excellent pass protection. Tailback Schweiger took the Ivy League rushing title with 1,133 yards the second most rushing yards in a season in Dartmouth history. Schweiger also tied the school record in rushing touchdowns with 14 during this season. Dartmouth and Yale University tied for fourth in most honors this season with 10 players overall honored for 11 positions. Ivy champion University of Pennsylvania had 20 players selected at 21 positions, topping the League.