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Ryan McManus ’15 makes triumphant return to Big Green

(09/24/14 8:18pm)

Reaching over his right shoulder, arms fully outstretched, Dartmouth’s top receiver hauled in a perfect pass from Dalyn Williams ’16 last Saturday in the Big Green’s season opener against Central Connecticut State University. Up in the air and with a defender clinging to his back, the man in the green number two jersey managed to touch his foot down just inside the sideline for what would be the game-winning touchdown. After months of frustration and waiting, Ryan McManus ’15 was back.

The Ap-paw-Lachian Trail

(09/24/14 9:20am)

On a week-long break in Hanover while hiking the Appalachian Trail, this hiker (trail name Tootsie Roll) and his kitten Duncan (trail name Owl Pellet) have been spotted around campus. Owl Pellet has been hiking the trail on his owner’s back for 10 weeks, starting when he was only two weeks old. He sleeps in the tent at night and sits on his owner’s shoulders while hiking, and has only had one accident. Everyone makes mistakes though, Owl Pellet. Everyone has those days. GRACE MILLER / THE DARTMOUTH STAFF

Sturm '13 creates multimedia rotunda installation

(09/23/14 11:13pm)

At the entrance of the Hopkins Center for the Arts, six figures line the perimeter of the Barrows Rotunda. One wears a flannel shirt, another a light blue North Face jacket. Their arms, thin strips of wood, are outstretched, forming a barrier between onlookers and the conglomeration of cameras, cables and other assorted materials in the display’s center. The rotunda will display “Big Brother Watched This Summer: Raise Your Hands,” a multimedia installation by Matt Sturm ’13, from Sept. 19 to Oct. 20.

Unspoken use of private consultants affects admissions

(09/23/14 11:08pm)

More than $5,000 worth of private college counseling bought five months of advice on realistic school choices, deadline reminders and application essay vocabulary for a female member of the Class of 2016. Although her public high school employed a guidance counselor who had previously evaluated applications for a prestigious institution, the student’s family insisted on hiring a counselor who had once worked as a Harvard University admissions officer.

Pilot program emphasizes wellness

(09/23/14 11:04pm)

This fall, the office of student health promotion and wellness has introduced an eight-week pilot program to explore stress management, diet and sleep habits, among other aspects of health. Called “Thriving@Dartmouth,” the program is open to peer advisors, wellness living learning community residents and those who have been involved in Dartmouth on Purpose. The class has 12 participants.

Gonsalves: Responsibilities and Priorities

(09/23/14 10:00pm)

The start of senior year has been stressful. There’s simply no way around it, and every passing interaction I’ve had with fellow students has reinforced the tension. Much of the stress, unsurprisingly, stems from jobs and hiring. While some were lucky to have job offers from summer internships, applying for jobs is overwhelming for the rest of us. Not only is the post-grad job search competitive — cue fears of indefinite unemployment — but we all face a major tension between finding a job that is suited to one’s passion and having a stable income.

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