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The College will create new sexual violence prevention programs and enhance existing education and outreach to comply with federal regulations published Monday. Among other requirements, the regulations instruct universities to list all possible sanctions for students found guilty of sexual violence and provide comprehensive information about dating violence, domestic violence and stalking in their annual campus safety reports.
When the Class of 2018 arrived on campus in September, they brought with them a penchant for a new social media platform, a location-based forum known as Yik Yak. The app allows users to submit anonymous posts, or “yaks,” that can be seen, replied to and voted up or down by nearby users.
On Monday, a group of students and community members gathered on the Green to bite into fresh, local apples, kicking off Food Week at the College. The Apple Crunch was the first of eight food-related events that will be held throughout the week, culminating Friday with a feast at the Dartmouth Organic Farm.
Community members gathered on the Green Monday to savor local apples.
On Friday, campus woke up to big, bold font plastered across the front page of this publication calling for the end of Dartmouth Greek life. Judging by the subsequent flurry of outraged comments and Facebook posts, a vocal fraction of the Dartmouth community did not take kindly to the suggestion.
Last Friday, this paper’s editorial board published a column titled “Abolish the Greek System.” While nobody will argue that Dartmouth’s Greek system is perfect, the editorial board’s unwillingness to engage in real dialogue or propose solutions outside of the nuclear option is baffling at best and dishonest resume-building at worst. It demonstrates an appalling inability to explore the many facets of this important issue. The editorial board was clearly looking for an element of shock by printing the editorial on the front page of the paper, rather than its usual location a few pages in. It is also no coincidence that this action was taken the Friday of Homecoming weekend, when thousands of alumni are on campus and the social scene is under heightened scrutiny. Though editor-in-chief Lindsay Ellis claims that this move was to show “how much is at stake,” in reality all it did was turn The Dartmouth into a poorly-argued soapbox.
The women’s volleyball team split its two games over the weekend, beating Princeton University in a five-setter on Friday before falling to the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday. The Big Green followed up its impressive win over the Tigers with an error-filled game against a Quakers squad playing its best volleyball of the season. After the weekend at home, the Big Green (13-5, 4-3 Ivy) now takes to the road for five straight Ivy League away matches.
Kayden Cook ’15 leaps high in the air for the set at Leede Arena. Cook had 32 assists in the weekend’s two games.
The men’s and women’s championship eight boats finished 26th at the 50th annual Head of the Charles Regatta over the weekend, marking a fall from last season when the men placed 25th and the women finished 20th.
If someone asked you what art is, what would you say? Art is harder to define than you thought it would be, isn’t it? A friend posed this question to me the other day, and my response was a jumbled list of names.
Colors of the world, SPICE UP YOUR LIFE! Every boy and girl, SPICE UP YOUR LIFE! People of the world, SPICE UP YOUR LIFE!
Food Day is coming to Dartmouth! Throughout this week there will be thought-provoking speakers, delicious local food and celebrations for students, staff and faculty to enjoy. Food Day began four years ago as a way to reflect on the intertwining aspects of food, and this year Dartmouth has greatly expanded its programming.
Funk is the 2014-15 Panhell president.
Funk is the 2014-15 Panhell president.