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Cross country teams see mixed results at Heps

(10/29/12 3:00am)

The Dartmouth men's and women's cross country teams saw mixed results at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships on Saturday in Princeton, N.J. The Big Green men rode top-10 finishes from Will Geoghegan '14 and Phil Royer '13 to a second consecutive third-place finish. The Dartmouth women, missing four of their top seven runners due to injuries, including defending champion Abbey D'Agostino '14, finished seventh overall.

Behind the Scenes: Dartmouth trainers work to return Athletes to peak physical condition

(10/29/12 3:00am)

The main distinction between athletic trainers and team physicians is their different backgrounds in sports medicine. While athletic trainers typically obtain bachelor's degrees in sports medicine and may obtain more advanced degrees, team physicians are normally doctors in the field of orthopedics, often with a concentration in sports medicine.

Men's soccer wins third straight

(10/29/12 3:00am)

"[Burnham Field] is an incredible atmosphere," co-captain Kevin Dzierzawski '13 said. "We've played at some of the biggest soccer schools the University of New Mexico and University of Connecticut and we're right up there with them in terms of the fan support we get. There's nothing better than playing in front of that kind of student section, that kind of environment, on Homecoming weekend, against Harvard nonetheless."

Casler: The Dangers of Drones

(10/29/12 3:00am)

While last Monday's final presidential debate covered an impressive breadth of topics related to American foreign policy, the discussion of drone warfare was conspicuous only by its virtual absence. It is unfortunate and worrisome that the current centerpiece of American counterterrorism policy received so little attention from the candidates and moderator. Regardless of who is elected on Nov. 6, the United States' next president must establish stricter and clearer guidelines on the use of drones in combat.

Clark: The Value of a Liberal Education

(10/29/12 3:00am)

There are two ways to respond to the argument made by Chandrasekar Ramesh last Thursday ("Overemphasizing the Liberal Arts," Oct. 25). The first, which helps no one, is to point out that there are many specialized technical institutions for those who want that kind of education. Dartmouth is not one of them ("lest the old traditions fail"). A better response must explain why the liberal arts education has value. What is it good for?

Dartmouth apparel sold by three vendors on Main Street

(10/26/12 1:00pm)

The Dartmouth Co-op at 21 South Main Street was founded in 1919, maintaining a long-standing tradition with the Dartmouth community from students to alumni alike as a vendor of Dartmouth gear. However, the store is not officially affiliated with the College. Though all Dartmouth merchandise is officially licensed by Office of General Counsel of Dartmouth, the Dartmouth Co-op has always been privately owned by Dartmouth alumni, from John Piane, Class of 1914, to its current owner, Gene Kohn ’60.