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Following recruitment last week, more than 30 students have accepted bids at Alpha Theta, Phi Tau and the Tabard coed fraternities so far this fall. This accompanies recent changes in coed council policy that stress accessibility and non-discrimination.
As trees transform and leaves begin to scatter, out come the cameras pointed at bright branches. Leaf peepers have come to town, bringing a boost in tourism and benefits for local businesses.
The Neukom Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation Lab — stylized as the DALI lab, its logo complete with the artist’s iconic twirled moustache — has met its capacity of students and projects 18 months after it opened its doors. After a record number of students applied this term, the lab ultimately accepted about 20 percent of applicants.
Winter is coming — meaning the Hinman line will get longer with students anxiously stocking up on their hooded bombers, Patagonia jackets and SmartWool socks. But before we make these purchases, we must understand the implications behind the products we buy. We must realize that the things that keep us warm may actually support a cold, dark industry.
Though I appreciate the star power Emma Watson lends to the feminist movement, the HeForShe speech delivered to the United Nations on Sept. 20 disappointed me and made me uncomfortable.
With the Strauss Gallery’s transparent glass wall facing the bustle of students making their way to various classes and activities, the gallery’s exhibit of Allan Houser’s drawings and small sculptures immerses viewers in the works of Allan Houser, one of the 20th century’s most prominent Native American artists.
A high-adrenaline avalanche encounter, nature’s pristine splendor and warm scenes of community were among the highlights of the 2014 Mountainfilm screening at the Hopkins Center, which presented attendees with a sense of nature’s power and beauty as well as perspective on those who make their home in the world’s most remote locations.
People tend to use libraries as quiet study spots or places to pick up books for class. Although Dartmouth students don’t typically visit the Howe Library in town, its staff members are working to challenge this notion.
Sparse blue chairs, one table and a door sat on the bare set. Neon programs on chairs near the front of the Hopkins Center’s Bentley Theater warned, “This is an interactive seat.”
This week I sat down with Kirby Schoenthaler ’15, a wide receiver and kick returner for Dartmouth’s football team. Schoenthaler set a school record for kickoff return yards in a single game against the University of New Hampshire last weekend with 198 and was named the Ivy League special teams player of the week for his performance.
The women’s soccer team wrestled to a 2-2 draw at Princeton University Saturday, keeping both squads’ Ivy loss columns empty. The team’s third straight overtime game featured 13 saves and 34 shots. Despite holding the lead twice, the Big Green (3-3-3, 0-0-2 Ivy) could not snatch a win against the Tigers (2-3-3, 1-0-1 Ivy).
The men’s soccer team edged past Princeton University 2-1 on Saturday with a set piece connection in extra time between Matt Danilack ’18 and Gabe Hoffman-Johnson ’14. The Big Green (5-2-1, 1-0-0 Ivy) opened its Ivy League schedule with an important road win, the team’s first Ivy-opening win since 2011 when players earned a share of the conference title. The game marked the Big Green’s third straight win.
The volleyball team finished the weekend at home with a five-set win over Brown University and a straight-set loss against Yale University. On Friday, the Big Green (11-3, 2-1 Ivy) came back to beat the Bears (6-9, 1-2 Ivy) in five sets, but could not carry the momentum into Saturday evening’s game against Yale (6-6, 2-1 Ivy).