Danielle Okonta '20, Emma Sklarin '18 and Sabena Allen '20 took to the campus to talk to take the pulse of the Dartmouth club sports scene. Check out what they found out here.
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Entering week seven already, I cannot think of a single person on this campus who has not taken an L this term. Stand tall, fellow Dartmouth sports fans. Stay resilient. And come back stronger to crush the end of the term; whether you’re playing intramural football or just trying to stay afloat in microeconomics, there are only 30 more days left in the term to do better. In the spirit of Lil Uzi Vert, when you “get knocked down, act like you never lost, come back and win like you Ronda Rousey, like you Ronda Rousey… Like you Ronda Rousey.” Therefore, I declare this week the week of resilience. With Homecoming this weekend, the school needs to collectively get all its work done in order to both finish the term strong and have fun during the weekend. Furthermore, I will be giving out “Ronda Rousey awards” to the best moments in sports this week that truly embody the spirit of resilience, picking yourself back up and fighting like you’re Ronda Rousey.
“As sure as God made green apples, someday the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series.”
The Women's Soccer team tied Columbia 0-0 on Saturday.
The Women's Club Soccer team, Courtesy of Sarah Latulipe
The Volleyball team lost to Harvard 3-1 on Friday.
The Field Hockey team lost to Columbia 5-1 on Friday.
The football team lost to Columbia 9-7 on Saturday.
Men's Soccer defeated Columbia 1-0 on Saturday.
The Equestrian team hosted their annual home competition this weekend.
Club figure skating team, Courtesy
Club Taekwondo, Courtesy
The cheer team performs a stunt at a football game.
Foliage season is here, in case you haven’t noticed the millions of leaf pictures on social media or looked out a window. But have you ever stopped to think about why the leaves change color in the fall? Hint: It’s not for the Instagram likes. Dartbeat sat down with Biological Sciences professor Matthew Ayres to answer this question and more.
If you don’t use Twitter anymore, there’s a good reason to start again. The Dartmouth Parents Twitter account ( @DartmouthParent) describes itself as “the insider’s guide on things to do at Dartmouth and in the Upper Valley.” That word “insider” should stick out to you right away. You know what it’s like for your parents to think they’re “in with it,” only for them to actually be completely misguided about the younger generation. Let’s take a closer look at some of these Tweets and see just where Dartmouth parents go wrong.
With two presidential candidates possessing historically low approval ratings, the tone of the 2016 election has been less cordial than usual. As a result, many Americans have grown frustrated with this election, which pundits fear will depress voter turnout.
On Monday, the Executive Committee on Inclusive Excellence sent out a campus-wide email announcing that University of Pennsylvania professor Shaun Harper will join Dartmouth to lead the Inclusive Excellence action plan’s external review committee.