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Traynor: The NFL Has a Problem

(10/06/14 10:06pm)

The consistent failure of the National Football League and the football industry in general to hold its players and representatives to a higher standard is tragic. Recently, the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal and allegations of child abuse against Adrian Peterson have spurred these failures into the foreground. The frequency and severity of these incidents speak volumes about the current state of the league — an organization that once had such honorable figures as Vince Lombardi, Joe Montana and Joe Namath. While the NFL has continued to make more and more money through TV deals and endorsements, the league’s character has not risen in kind. While public outcry encouraged the NFL to increase Rice’s punishment, football fans must continue demanding a higher standard of character from the sport’s representatives — and heavier repercussions for those professional athletes who betray the public’s trust.

Men’s rugby dominates Penn, Princeton at home

(10/06/14 7:04pm)

True to its storied Ivy League dominance, in a weekend double header the Big Green men’s first 15 (4-0 Ivy) sent the University of Pennsylvania Quakers (0-4 Ivy) back winless in conference play with a 44-10 victory before silencing any potential lingering questions about which team stands atop the conference, handily beating the last remaining undefeated team, Princeton University (3-1 Ivy), in a 54-5 match.

Field hockey keeps rolling with 5-3 win

(10/06/14 7:02pm)

After dropping its first five contests of the year, the field hockey team is revving up at the right time as it begins Ivy League play. The team’s offense kept rolling in a 5-3 win over the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday. The team had 4-0 lead at the end of the first half, with co-captain Ali Savage ’15 and Anna Rowthorn-Apel ’18 each scoring two goals.

Base Camp Café Brings Nepali Cuisine to Hanover

(10/06/14 8:00am)

Moving from the San Francisco Bay Area to Dartmouth was quite the change for me. I realized that I would soon feel temperatures below zero, and have to wear snow boots and a parka just to remember what warmth felt like. And I had to get used to a slightly more limited food scene. I always joke with friends from home that in Hanover, there’s the Chinese restaurant, the Thai restaurant and the Indian restaurant.