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Big Green rugby has arrived. That’s what the team announced Saturday with a 22-17 upset of two-time defending national champion Quinnipiac University. For Dartmouth, a team that has won two straight Ivy League titles but has been eluded by national success, the win announced its championship intentions.
The women’s swim and dive team looks to move forward after receiving probation following a violation of the College’s hazing policy on July 17. The charge concerned a team tradition in which freshmen created and presented a PowerPoint about intimate relationships between members of the men’s and women’s teams.
Crema signs with ECHL team
Wendy Bordeau will return to the helm of women’s rowing in the 2017-18 season following the resignation of women’s rowing head coach Linda Muri. Bordeau previously coached the team from 2005 to 2014 before leaving to become senior associate athletics director for varsity sports.
Government professor Bernard Avishai studies the Middle East and is author of three books on Israel. A former Guggenheim fellow, he writes on political economy and Israeli affairs for the New Yorker and also teaches at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. At the College, he teaches classes titled “Politics of Israel and Palestine” and “Political Economy in the Age of Google.”
For some, the word “patriotism” elicits strong emotions. It can be part of one’s gratitude for all they have been given, or a set of memories from childhood, or a set of traditions. It can be a failure to live up to a certain ideal, or a blindness or prejudice that sometimes comes with such strong values. It can be a value that holds at least some remaining merit, or a vice donning virtue’s clothing. “Patriotism” can also carry many different words with it: “nationalism,” “freedom,” “civic duty” and “citizenship.”
For the troubleshooters, a Facilities Operations and Management team charged with solving the College’s off-hours problems — floods, electrical issues, broken pipes — raising and lowering the flags on the Green is a more symbolic task. Less than a quarter of an hour after sunset on Wednesday, troubleshooters Stuart Bacon and Loren Cameron arrived to lower the flags.
Bordeau returns for second stint at head of women’s rowing
Hanover will come alive this weekend with runners, bikers, rowers and golfers participating in the 36th annual Prouty. The signature fundraising event of the Norris Cotton Cancer Care Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center will offer four different ways to participate. Despite forecasted thunderstorms, which have forced route changes and cancelation of some cycling events, the 2017 edition of the Prouty includes walking, golfing, rowing and biking.
The Dartmouth's Moment of the Year is men’s hockey edges then-No. 11 University of Michigan in season opener. The hockey team's victory received 39 votes. With the score knotted 2-2 late in the third period, Cam Strong ’20 looked to have given Dartmouth the lead. After a seemingly interminable video replay, the goal was waved off due to goalie interference. But with the final seconds ticking away, Troy Crema ’17 fired a quick wrist shot inside the far post. The puck got a favorable bounce off the skate of Corey Kalk ’18 and beat the University of Michigan goalie low, giving the Big Green its first win over the Wolverines since 1971.
When Plumb Marigold, fictional Olympic hopeful and the protagonist of the just-released indie film “Tracktown,” laces up her shoes to run, the world watches. People stare. They whisper.
This season, the Big Green women’s lacrosse team got 229 draw controls to its opponents’ 159. Draw specialist Kathryn Giroux ’19 had 108 of those, a mark which was eighth in the nation and beat the previous conference record by four. Giroux sat down with The Dartmouth to break down some of her seven draw controls in the season finale, a 12-8 triumph over Brown University.
If men’s heavyweight rowing captain Spencer Furey ’17 had his wish as a high school senior, he’d be spending his weekends on the tennis court instead of on the water.