Hello readers. We are at an exciting time of the year for sports. The World Series just ended, the NBA season just started and the NFL is getting hot and heavy around its season's halfway poinxt. And on top of all that, Dartmouth sports teams combined to go 7-3 over the weekend. Is there really anything else you could ask for? Yes, there is! Because you are about to discover what happens when a Regular Ronald goes toe-to-toe against a women's rower in an erg-off.
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This week, I sat down with men's club water polo player Jared Klee '13 to discuss the team's recent success, winning the New England Division Championship and its road to Nationals.
In the 103rd minute of play, a cross to the back post led to a header at the net for the Big Red (14-1, 5-1 Ivy). A block by the defense sent the ball out to the feet of senior forward Tyler Regan, who controlled the ball inside the penalty area. Regan's initial attempt at the goal was also rebuffed, but the rebound came right back to him and he promptly deposited it in the back of the net for the sudden-death game-winner.
With 56 seconds remaining in the game, McPherson scored her fourth goal of the year to propel the Big Green to victory. McPherson scored off a redirect of a shot from Ali Savage '15 against the Big Red's (8-9, 3-4 Ivy) Carolyn Horner, one of the best goalkeepers in the Ivy League all season, who recorded four saves against the Big Green on Saturday.
As the match kicked off, the two teams appeared fairly even, with neither team gaining clear momentum. But as the game wore on, Dartmouth's skill won out, as the Big Green set up shop in the Big Red (1-14-1, 0-6-1 Ivy) half, recording a season-high 31 shots. Dartmouth's offense slowly built up its intensity in the first half, beginning two minutes into the game. Emma Brush '13 took the first of three quick shots, forcing Cornell's goalkeeper, junior Tori Christ, to make some big saves.
With first-string quarterback Alex Park '14 inactive due to injury, the Big Green offense (5-3, 3-2 Ivy) capitalized on three early Big Red (4-4, 2-3 Ivy) turnovers and jumped out to a quick 21-0 lead.
While each team relies on an individual trip planner who helps with specific travel arrangements often an assistant coach the logistical burden of planning athletic trips ultimately falls on Rhonda Summarsell, travel assistant in the College Athletic Business Office. After schedules are finalized, Summarsell is presented with the daunting task of ensuring that student-athletes arrive safely and on time to their destinations. Summarsell also must ensure that Dartmouth trips comply with all Ivy League and NCAA Division-I requirements.
The win over Yale was the first by Dartmouth since 2008, when the Big Green offense had a similar eruption in a 7-2 win. The two teams played to a 2-2 tie last weekend in the Ivy Shootout before Dartmouth moved on with a shootout win.
Four years ago, Barack Obama promised the American people hope and change. Today, President Obama has a track record to evaluate, and by objective measures, it is not good. The president acknowledges this, and his message is now, "I need more time. If we stay the course, things will get better." Clearly, he cannot run on the slim accomplishments of his first term.
When you go to the polls, you will face a stark choice between a president who entered office with two wars raging and an economy on the brink, but nonetheless brought us to a point of stability, and a formerly moderate governor who wants to bring back failed economic policies and backward social policies. We are all about to enter the "real world," and what happens on Tuesday will matter.
Mitchell Kurz '73 was unanimously selected in a vote held by the Alumni Council this afternoon as a candidate for the Dartmouth Board of Trustees.
As the new guest director for the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, John Heginbotham, aJulliard graduate and Brooklyn-based choreographer,has guided the group to explore new perspectives and techniques in dance. Heginbotham is one of the artists that the Hopkins Center imported to lead the nine-person Ensemble.\
Seeds for the program were planted a decade or two ago when Ellis was a college student.
Quick, take as many Instagrams as you can of those pretty fall leaves before the trees shed them all! Now in the same vein: quick, check out all the seasonal offerings at these Hanover restaurants before their menus change for the winter! Below is a listing of autumnal menu items being served up at some of our beloved in-town establishments in order of what you should nosh on first.