The recent changes in the College’s housing policy have incited quite a passionate outflow of responses. From the outbursts of indignation and despair on Yik Yak to the loud, frustrated chatter in the lines for dinner, to even the calmer, more controlled and more intellectual conversations I have had with peers and classmates, I have come to one conclusion — it seems few, if any, are happy about the new residential communities.
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The Dartmouth College Gospel Choir took on a cloudy day and cold weather to bring together a mix of classical and traditional gospel music to help uplift their audience and bring a message of joy and inspiration to the College at its annual fall concert.
Movies these days are addicted to drugs cartels. So popular in fact, they have become been Netflix-ized into the new series “Narcos” (2015). Too many action thrillers employ some drug kingpin as an antagonist crutch, a cardboard cutout of a classical evil whom the bad-ass good guys can shoot at, chase and kill. “Sicario” (2015) works within this mold, but manages to come out as a crystallized, complex negotiation of border politics injected with pinpoint acting and lush cinematography.
With basketball season getting underway, The Dartmouth sat down with men’s basketball head coach Paul Cormier to get a look at how this year’s team will look to build on last season’s performance. The Big Green (0-1,0-0 Ivy) ended last season on a strong finish, recording a 7-7 record in conference play and earning a postseason bid for the first time in 56 years. They played in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament, where they fell in the first round to Canisius College. The preseason media poll picked the Big Green to finish sixth in the conference, but with a strong freshman class and several experienced seniors, the team looks primed to turn some heads in the Ivy League.
The women’s hockey team recorded a pair of shutout victories this weekend, knocking off Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 4-0 on Friday and Union College 2-0 on Saturday, to improve its record to 4-2-2 overall and 4-1-2 in conference play.
Playing in windy, frigid and generally disorienting conditions on an unusual grass surface in Providence, Rhode Island, the football team faced several obstacles on Saturday that detracted from its typically efficient and stable character. Nevertheless, the No. 23 Big Green (8-1, 5-1 Ivy) grew an early lead and finished with a 34-18 defeat of Brown University (4-5, 2-4 Ivy), emerging from a sloppy game that contained 13 combined turnovers, four failed extra point attempts and uncharacteristically poor passing performances by both teams.
All Dartmouth students and faculty in Paris for the French foreign study program are safe, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence confirmed.
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!
The recent announcement of the plan to form “residential communities” has raised questions for many students. Does this mean you could live in close proximity to the Russell Sage Rage Cage for all four years? What’s the deal with those “living room” structures? Is a Sorting Hat involved in the process?
‘17: "I haven't danced topless since senior year of high school. But I'm from LA so that was totally normal."
Novack Dinners: If you get there before they run out of Moe’s, it’s less grim?
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is being investigated for allegations of hazing.
Students marched from Novack Cafe to the steps of Dartmouth Hall last night.
Students gathered in front of Dartmouth Hall chanting “Black lives matter.”
Danielle Waite ’17 and Edom Wessenyeleh ’17 show off their fall style.
Joyce Lee '19 is bundled up for fall while grabbing a snack at Novack.
Sam Van Wetter '16 has a unique style and he likes going to thrift stores.
Mac Zech '18 has a individual style inspired by thrift shops.
Brooke Goldner '19 shows off her warm and cozy fall scarf.
Paul Kim '17 has a special hat that he likes to wear to keep his head warm.