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Taylor Ng ’17 caught fire in Los Angeles, reaching the qualifying rounds for the ITA All-American Championships. The Dartmouth sophomore cooled off yesterday, however, falling in straight sets to Stanford University sophomore Caroline Doyle 6-2, 6-1 before besting DePaul University junior Ana Vladutu 6-3, 6-1.
Men’s soccer heads to Burlington to face the University of Vermont this afternoon in its final non-league game before the Ancient Eight schedule begins at Princeton University on Saturday.
The men’s soccer team hopes to extend its unbeaten streak to five against UVM this afternoon.
Those of you who weren’t on campus in the summer may have noticed an extra dose of cute in Hanover – the Howe Library installed two Little Free Libraries over 14X. These structures invite passersby to “Take a book, leave a book,” offering a small break from a hectic day. The first Little Free Library was unveiled in front of Hanover’s Town Hall on Aug, 11 and the second, between the Hanover Inn and the Hop, was installed earlier this month.
A restructured leadership team and two new task forces are on Provost Carolyn Dever’s agenda as she moves into her third month at the College. Across its initiatives, Dartmouth must work to create its own image and stop allowing its problems to define it, as it has for decades, she said.
After the first round of Panhellenic Council sorority recruitment ended last Tuesday, Panhell executives said they spent hours calling sorority presidents, asking them to invite more women to their second round. This followed a guarantee announced in May that all potential new members would receive invitations to round two parties at four houses.
Designing a business plan for a brewery in Switzerland or traveling with faculty to South Africa, among other international expeditions, will soon become the norm for all Tuck School of Business students. As part of a new program announced earlier this month, all Tuck students starting with the Class of 2017 must fulfill a global insight requirement through an international first-year culminating experience, a global consulting project, a faculty-led international course or by designing an alternative.
Since a failed fire inspection in late June, Panarchy undergraduate society’s stately white house on School Street has remained empty. The house seeks to raise $100,000 in the next five years, and its members are actively raising money for repairs, including through an online crowdsourcing campaign launched last week. Pre-construction is expected to begin next Monday.
This week, the U.S. and several Arab nations intensified airstrikes in Syria, targeting the Islamic State extremist group in Raqqa, Deir Ezzor, Al Hasakah and Abu Kamal. As of yet, the Islamic State has not commented on the strikes, but it is worth noting that the group used U.S. airstrikes to explain its execution of three Western hostages. Given the Islamic State’s track record of capitalizing on military action as a rationale for escalating violence against Westerners, America’s decision to increase airstrikes seems poorly thought-out.
How much does a legacy weigh? Colleges generally say that legacy status is used only as a tiebreaker between two equally strong applicants. But in a 2011 interview with Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, dean of admissions and financial aid Maria Laskaris said that Dartmouth admits legacies nearly two-and-a-half times more frequently than non-legacy admits. It’s time for Dartmouth to tip the scales the other way.
As musical director of the Rockapellas, co-president of the Glee Club and an actress in many of Dartmouth’s main stage and student-run productions, Emma Orme ’15 is a familiar face around campus. The theater major and French minor is immersed in the arts inside and outside of the classroom.
As the lights of the Hood Museum auditorium slowly brightened, applause swelled through the intimate setting. A beam of light focused on one woman, dressed in all black, who stood at the front of the room.
Madison Hughes ’15 already boasts a number of rugby accolades: two-time Big Green captain, three-time Collegiate 15s All-American, two-time Collegiate sevens All-American (he wanted a “rest” year), collegiate 15s All-American captain and two-time representative of the U.S. in sevens. Now, he is captain of the national team, which will head to the Gold Coast Sevens in Australia next month for the first leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series.