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The DM Manual of Style

(11/18/11 4:00am)

The juxtaposition was flawless. He sported a pristine, snowflake-inspired Patagonia over a vintage piece a shredded 2005 Trips shirt by DOC along with a pair of effortlessly form-fitting women's volleyball sweatpants and just-scuffed forest green Sperries. Schwartz seemed utterly at ease, tossing his L.L. Bean canvas bag monogrammed with the name "Rachel" his paternal grandmother, I can only assume over his right shoulder.

Candlelight vigil occurs despite weather

(11/17/11 7:46pm)

  “Do not let the rain deter you,” read the blitz from Palaeo­pi­tus to cam­pus, and stu­dents ap­par­ently lis­tened – there was quite a turnout for the 6 p.m. vigil held last night in protest of slurs writ­ten on the win­dows of a Fa­hey-Mc­Clane com­mon room. De­spite the down­pour of rain, dozens of stu­dents and fac­ulty lit their can­dles at Col­lis and made their way across the Green to show sol­i­dar­ity against the dis­crim­i­na­tory re­marks. My can­dle, which ini­tially wouldn’t light, bravely held out through the rain, the mo­ment of si­lence and the five min­utes of dis­cus­sion of com­mu­nity. Two Palaeo­pi­tus mem­bers thanked the stu­dents, staff, Pres­i­dent Kim and Dean John­son for at­tend­ing the vigil, and asked those pre­sent to per­sist in the task of being their bet­ter selves in the face of in­tol­er­ance.

Mkosana named Player of the Year

(11/17/11 4:00am)

Men's soccer co-captain Lucky Mkosana '12 was named Ivy League Player of the Year on Wednesday, capping an exceptional regular-season performance that may rank as the best in his record-breaking collegiate career. Mkosana was also unanimously selected to the All-Ivy First Team and has now been named to four consecutive All-Ivy First Teams, although this is his first Player of the Year award.

Daily Debriefing

(11/17/11 4:00am)

An armed student was fatally shot by University of California, Berkeley campus police on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Los Angeles Times. A staff member initially spotted the student later identified as undergraduate transfer student Christopher Travis, 32 on an elevator with what looked like a firearm in his backpack and reported the situation to the police. When confronted by three police officers in a computer lab two minutes later, Travis pulled out the weapon and "displayed it in a threatening manner," Berkeley Police Chief Mitch Celaya said in a press conference. The police officers shot Travis in response, and he died aftergoing surgery at Highland Hospital on Tuesday. No other individuals were harmed in the incident, the LA Times reported.

Symposium facilitates health care discussions

(11/17/11 4:00am)

U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin called for continued improvements in preventative care and women's health during the keynote address of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center's annual Great Issues in Medicine and Global Health Symposium on Wednesday. The 2011 symposium, titled "Investing in Women and Girls," will run through Nov. 18 and aims to engage the community in meaningful discussion about issues in health care, according to the symposium's co-director Mary Turco, who serves as director of DHMC's Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences.

College to unveil health center

(11/17/11 4:00am)

The College will announce the creation of Dartmouth Health Connect, a new health center in downtown Hanover, on Thursday following recent efforts to improve preventative health care practices on campus and across the country, according to Justin Anderson, director of media relations for the College. The center which will aim to reduce health care costs while improving care will open its doors in February to all current and retired Dartmouth employees and their families, Anderson said.

As Seen On: There's nothing funny about these TV collapses

(11/17/11 4:00am)

If I had it my way, Holly Flax (Amy Ryan) would have instead stolen away Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) of "How I Met Your Mother" to Colorado, leaving Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) to continue flourishing in "The Office." Both shows are approaching their demise, although "The Office" could have carried on had Carrell not ditched his Dunder Mifflin employees in search of some comedic Zion that he clearly hasn't found yet.

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