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Shi: On Rupi’s Relatability

(10/31/17 4:20am)

Rupi Kaur is an Instagram and Tumblr poet you’ve likely read. Of the hundreds of thousands of young poets who share their work on the internet, the 25-year-old Punjabi-Canadian has been the most successful by far. Her first book of poetry, “Milk and Honey,” was self-published in 2014 and republished a year later by Andrews McMeel Publishing. It quickly topped The New York Times Bestsellers List and, in 2016, outsold the next best-selling work of poetry, “The Odyssey,” by a factor of 10.

Dartmouth assistant coach placed on paid leave for press box incident

(10/30/17 6:24pm)

Defense quality control coach Dion King has been placed on paid administrative leave after he punched a hole through a window in the press box during last Saturday's football game at Harvard Stadium against Harvard University, according to an email statement from director of varsity communications Rick Bender.

Basketball teams set their sights on the Ivy League tournament

(10/30/17 6:10am)

All eyes are on The Palestra. For both men’s and women’s basketball, qualifying as one of the top four teams in the Ivy League is the main goal of the upcoming 2017-2018 basketball season because the teams can play in The Palestra, the University of Pennsylvania’s historic venue and home to the 2018 Ivy League Championship Tournament.

Q&A with physics and astronomy professor Robert Caldwell

(10/30/17 5:59am)

Physics and astronomy professor Robert Caldwell specializes in the field of cosmology, the study of the mechanisms of the universe. With the recent collision of two neutron stars at the speed of light, Caldwell contributed his insight regarding the significance of this event as his current research, with a primary focus in gravitational waves, is related to this occurrence. His present interests include various methods of detecting a cosmic gravitational wave background and the potential knowledge that could be obtained from this detection.

Despite early lead, football team loses close game to Harvard

(10/30/17 6:20am)

With its Ivy League Championship hopes largely in the balance, the Big Green had questions to answer on Saturday against Harvard University. However, the men fell short in key situations and suffered a 14th-straight loss to the Crimson, leaving the Big Green in need of serious help to win a conference championship.

Women's cross country places second and men place fifth at Heps

(10/30/17 6:25am)

For the men’s and women’s cross-country teams, Friday morning was arguably the most important morning of the season. The cross country-teams were at Van Cortlandt Park in New York City for the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, the one meet of the season that pits the Ivy League schools in a race for the conference title.