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In what can only be described as an unforeseen rarity in the context of a dominant 2015 season, the football team — which had previously been blowing out opponents by an average of almost 25 points — experienced its first close call of the season on Saturday against Columbia University.
It is fantastic that people are trying to eat better, but the clean-eating movement needs a cleanse. An otherwise well-meaning trend has become a source of misinformation and fear-mongering.
The women’s soccer team remained winless in Ivy League play after the team fell at home to Columbia University 2-1 on Saturday. After a sluggish start to the match led to two quick Columbia goals in the first 28 minutes, the Big Green (7-4-3, 0-3-2 Ivy) were unable to mount a complete comeback despite rallying with strong play throughout the second half. The team has struggled to start games well, and as a result has been unable to find enough time to recover after falling into early deficits.
The men’s soccer team (8-3-1, 4-0 Ivy) scored two goals in the first half to top Columbia University (8-4-1, 2-2 Ivy) this past Saturday at 2-1. Eduvie Ikoba ’19 and Justin Donawa ’19 notched tallies in the first half, and the defense, led by captain and goalkeeper Stefan Cleveland ’16, held off Columbia’s offense for the remainder of the game.
The Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble brought the music of Latin jazz, with its non-traditional 3/2, 2/3 and 6/8 rhythms, to life on Saturday, under the leadership of music director and bassist of Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Carlos Henriquez in a program called “From Mambo to Now: Big Band Latin Jazz.”
The current genius fetish in cinema — with “The Social Network” (2010) about Mark Zuckerberg, “The Imitation Game” (2014) about Alan Turing and “Steve Jobs” (2015) — highlights our obsession with the computational masterminds that have shaped our technocratic landscape. Edward Zwick’s “Pawn Sacrifice” (2015), however, looks back at Bobby Fischer (Tobey Maguire), the 1972 Chess World Champion who single-handedly conquered the Soviet Chess Empire during the Cold War, showing us that irascible geniuses didn’t just work in ones and zeroes but also in pawns and knights.
Drunk ‘19s: Reel it in guys, you have 11.5 terms left to rage.
Foco worker after the Cabot ran out: "Of course they send me on my break when all the cheese is gone!"
Each week, Dartbeat asks a group of musically inclined students to recommend their favorite songs of the week. We then share a few of those tracks. Enjoy!
Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich spoke to a crowded Collis Common Ground on Thursday afternoon, touching on topics such as health care, economic reform and his past political experiences. The forum was taped as part of a segment for MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show, hosted by former Florida Congressman Joe Scarborough (R-Fla) and Mika Brzezinski, and will air on Friday morning.
A former researcher at the Center for Health Care Delivery Science is suing a senior member of the center’s staff and the College for a variety of alleged offenses stemming from her accusation of plagiarism against her employer.
The Greek Leadership Council’s six-week ban on first-year students entering Greek houses has been enforced each fall for three years now. Safety and Security director Harry Kinne has said that the policy has had a consistent, positive effect. He did not have specific numbers to corroborate this claim.
With ’19s now able to join the Dartmouth basement scene, I have decided to offer up a bit of advice to our zealous first-years. This is not going to be the witty, sarcastic fraternity basement advice column, like, “Don’t crash a semi” or “Prepare to be bumped off table.” Instead, this is going to be serious, important advice for freshmen entering the new territory of the basement.