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Members of the Dartmouth Animal Welfare Group and the Dartmouth Outing Club's Bait and Bullet gathered Tuesday night in the Haldeman Center to discuss issues pertaining to vegan diets, meat consumption, local foods, treatment of animals and everything else in-between. Served on the menu were vegan brownies and fresh salad with tofu and greens picked from local produce, steak and grilled chicken provied by Bait and Bullet and a whole lot of interesting conversation.
Are You Afraid of the Dark: “The Tale of the Twisted Claw” (1990) — This classic series hit off the first of seven seasons with this hair-raising pilot on Halloween of 1991 in the US.
The Programming Board and Collis After Dark are hosting a Halloween party, featuring NYC-based DJ Tyler Sherritt, in Sarner Underground from 10 PM-2 AM.
Two summers ago, I tasted for the first time what would become my favorite sweet and savory combo since peanut butter and strawberry jelly: balsamic vinegar and peaches. It was a hot summer day in Hanover, and my housemates and I had finally decided to use the grill that we had — um — borrowed from a certain academic department. It was pretty simple: we sliced up some peaches, tossed them in balsamic vinegar and threw them on the grill. The peaches were messy, and the balsamic vinegar got all over our clothes, but the taste was pure bliss. I have not had the opportunity to grill peaches since that day, but I have developed what I think is the best way to recreate this delicious duo in DDS: Peach-Balsamic Salsa.
Contemporary film and literary portrayals of Greek and Roman mythological figures present distorted images and information, according to a Huffington Post article written by Dartmouth classics professor Pramit Chaudhuri. Although awareness of Greek and Roman mythology has increased, the success of books and movies by Rick Riordan, such as the "Percy Jackson" series, describes the contemporary adventures of teenage demigods inspired by inaccurate representations of ancient mythology, according to Chaudhuri. Modern retellings of myths about the Titans and Giants paint them as "monstrous threats to order and civilization" and favor mortal protagonists. Children who indulge in these contemporary versions of mythology that underline the creatures' negative qualities rather than powerful symbolism should be encouraged to learn the classic context for the "cartoonish" villains, Chaudhuri said.
Nathaniel Fick '99 the youngest member of Dartmouth's Board of Trustees, a U.S. Marine captain and the CEO of the Center for a New American Security, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank that develops national security and defense policies wrote in his 2006 book that he felt he had been born too late into a world lacking opportunities "for a young man who wanted to wear armor and slay dragons." Since serving as a Marine in Afghanistan and Iraq after 9/11, Fick has recounted his experiences in an autobiography and has dedicated himself to improving the Dartmouth community since his June election as a trustee.
As Election Day nears, the College Democrats and College Republicans have increased their campaign efforts on campus and throughout the state by registering voters, manning phone banks and making door-to-door visits.