Today, American voters will go to the polls to elect the entirety of the House of Representatives and a third of the Senate. In essentially all of these races, the choice for most voters is less about Candidate A vs. Candidate B and more about the Republican candidate vs. the Democratic candidate. Because these are the only two parties with a chance of winning a presidential election, they are the only ones with any power in most other elections as well. A presidential system like America’s “greatest democracy on Earth” (a questionable claim at best) is essentially forced to be a two-party system. The problem is, this system has failed the American people. The solution? America should make the difficult change to a more balanced, fair and cooperative system of government — namely, a parliamentary system based off proportional representation.
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Though researchers are only beginning to understand the connection between art and stress reduction, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has displayed artworks by local artists since the 1980s, when it was located in its previous Hitchcock Memorial Hospital facility.
It’s that time of year — college seniors all over America are realizing that in fewer than 10 months they will be expected to morph into responsible adults who have ... jobs?
In elementary school, a peer at school said to Nana Adjeiwaa-Manu ’16, “Your food looks nasty.” It was kontomire, a traditional Ghanaian stew.
Nana Adjeiwaa-Manu ’16 said that music has helped her explore her identity.
Dartmouth skated onto the ice in the second period of Saturday’s game against Harvard University and finished off a penalty kill — an accomplishment, as in the team’s exhibition matches, the Big Green went 2-6 on penalty kills.
The women’s hockey team moved to 3-0-0, 2-0-0 ECAC after a 3-0 shutout win over Union College and a 5-2 victory over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The Big Green offense continues rolling, having scored 14 regular season goals this year.
Three assists by Ailish Forfar ’16 helped propel an eight-goal weekend for the Big Green.
A record high number of people — 1,856 — applied early decision to Dartmouth this year. The number of early applicantsis more than 10 percent higher than last year’s figure.
Students will have access to course evaluations during course electionfollowing a faculty vote at Monday's faculty of arts and sciences meeting.
It’s the time of term again, when the layup lists are circulating and you have consultations with your dean and/or besties to determine the perfect combination of classes for next term. If you are looking for a perfect third class, look no further. A senior selecting courses for the last time just scoured the ORC and did all of your work for you.
With the passing of Halloween and the arrival of November, we find ourselves reflecting on this past weekend. With all this spandex going on, it only makes sense that we ask ourselves “If each Ivy dressed up for Halloween, what superhero would they have been?”
When Rep. Ann McLane Kuster ’78, D-N.H., was a student at the College, her first trip home was to vote.