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Who Cares?

(10/12/10 2:00am)

In my short time at Dartmouth, I have yet to see a major protest on the Green for some internationally relevant issue. I really don't mind. It would probably be loud and some sort of burden. Many people on campus, such as Sam Buntz '11 ("Blood, Toil, Sweat and Apathy," Sept. 28), have seen this as a serious flaw with the student body. They say that we don't care about the poor, the weak, those without freedom and, more specifically, our soldiers.


Daily Debriefing

(10/12/10 2:00am)

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled in September that the First Amendment does not protect the job security of college and university deans who speak out against their administrations, Inside Higher Ed reported. The ruling reversed the decision of a lower court and upheld the right of the University of Connecticut to fire its Dean of Engineering, Amir Faghri, who had publicly criticized senior administrators. The court found that "the management of a public institution, such as a university, is not required to retain in a management or policy-making position a person who publicly opposes its policies," according to Inside Higher Ed. UConn Provost Peter Nicolls removed Faghri from his position as dean, but kept him on at the University as a faculty member.


"D" is for Drinking

(10/12/10 2:00am)

Greek houses are facing felony charges for providing alcohol to us. College President Jim Yong Kim says over and over that we drink to excess. The indefinite threat of Hanover Police's sting operations continues to linger over our campus. And after this weekend, it's no longer safe for us to use the Good Samaritan policy to help out fellow students in need. What's to become of drinking at Dartmouth?



HEAR AND NOW: Mark Ronson shares his "Record Collection"

(10/12/10 2:00am)

More than three years after releasing his last album "Version" (2007) to critical acclaim, English DJ and music producer Mark Ronson has returned on the scene with a new moniker Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. and a new album "Record Collection." The album, released stateside on Sept. 28, displays his love of collaboration with other artists, as well as his affinity for songs that have both a modern feel while drawing strongly on musical conventions from the past.



Petit won't testify at sentencing

(10/12/10 2:00am)

William Petit '78 said in a statement Friday that he will not testify at the sentencing of Steven Hayes, who was convicted last week of murdering Petit's wife and two daughters in a July 2007 home invasion, CNN reported. Although he has lobbied strongly for the death penalty to be used against Hayes and fellow defendant Joshua Komisarjevsky, Petit said he "regretfully decided" not to testify because doing so could give Hayes cause to file an appeal.




HEAR AND NOW: Mark Ronson shares his "Record Collection"

(10/12/10 2:00am)

More than three years after releasing his last album "Version" (2007) to critical acclaim, English DJ and music producer Mark Ronson has returned on the scene with a new moniker Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. and a new album "Record Collection." The album, released stateside on Sept. 28, displays his love of collaboration with other artists, as well as his affinity for songs that have both a modern feel while drawing strongly on musical conventions from the past.


East explores faith, environmentalism in one-woman show

(10/12/10 2:00am)

Monday night, a surprising blend of economics, ecology and faith Tevyn East's one-woman show "Leaps and Bounds" came to Dartmouth's Rollins Chapel. East, who has spent the past six months touring the nation, transitions seamlessly from biblical stories to environmental commentary, from the personal to the national and global. Using varied techniques including song, dance, drama and oration, East worked during the performance to point out fundamental problems with our growth-centered economy and the toll such growth takes on society and the Earth.


Who Cares?

(10/12/10 2:00am)

In my short time at Dartmouth, I have yet to see a major protest on the Green for some internationally relevant issue. I really don't mind. It would probably be loud and some sort of burden. Many people on campus, such as Sam Buntz '11 ("Blood, Toil, Sweat and Apathy," Sept. 28), have seen this as a serious flaw with the student body. They say that we don't care about the poor, the weak, those without freedom and, more specifically, our soldiers.


"D" is for Drinking

(10/12/10 2:00am)

Greek houses are facing felony charges for providing alcohol to us. College President Jim Yong Kim says over and over that we drink to excess. The indefinite threat of Hanover Police's sting operations continues to linger over our campus. And after this weekend, it's no longer safe for us to use the Good Samaritan policy to help out fellow students in need. What's to become of drinking at Dartmouth?






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