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The Dartmouth Experience plan, recently approved by the College's Board of Trustees, is a watered-down adaptation of the proposals of the Committee on the First-Year Experience, but an important first step in integrating students' intellectual and academic experiences with the College's residential program.
The Beta Theta Pi fraternity poem and the Alpha Chi Alpha fraternity pledge script are evidence of serious flaws in Dartmouth's fraternities: students must stop playing games and discuss the grave issues of racism and sexism that the writings raise.
After two terms of primary activity, two candidates, Bill Clinton and Lamar Alexander, have proven they deserve their parties' nomination for the presidency.
The Dartmouth community must speak out against the recent incidents of hate speech directed at minority students and today's Colors rally provides the forum for such a response.
The housing proposals released Thursday by the Office of Residential Life could go far in solving the College's recent housing problems.
The College's Greek system clearly has serious problems requiring fundamental reforms. The College owes it to the faculty and students to take a comprehensive look at the Greek system's role at Dartmouth.
As a residential college, Dartmouth should be able to offer on-campus housing to any student who desires it. In their forthcoming housing report, Dean of Residential Life Mary Turco and Associate Dean of Residential Life Mary Turco should recommend that the College build a new cluster of residence halls -- a recommendation the College should implement immediately.
Sunday night's debate between leading conservative intellectual Dinesh D'Souza '83 and GovernmentProfessor Roger Masters provided an example of the potential for productive public discourse at Dartmouth.
Kappa Chi Kappa fraternity made a poor and insensitive decision last week when it voted to change its name back to Kappa Kappa Kappa. The decision came more than three years after the house rid itself of the initials "KKK," which are commonly associated with the hatred and bigotry of the Ku Klux Klan.
Dartmouthwill sorely miss News Service Director Alex Huppe when he leaves for Harvard University today after more than a decade of being the College's public voice.
Tofurther necessary campus debate, Dean of the College Lee Pelton must release the letter he is writing about the infamous "Beta poem" to the entire Dartmouth community.
The achievement of gender parity for the Class of 1999 is a significant accomplishment, but the College's work is not finished -- gender parity does not equal gender equity.
The Office of Residential Life should be applauded for its efforts to research whether the College should create more beds. But a "comprehensive review to examine students' housing needs" is hardly necessary to figure out that more beds are sorely needed.
Spending the summer in Hanover provides students with many chances to make our Dartmouth experience more rewarding.
During the last few years, the Student Assembly has been ineffective and has almost completely lost the respect of the administration and the student body. Tonight, the general Assembly should take the first step in reversing this trend by approving the recommendations made by the Student Assembly External Review Committee.
The College should commit itself to establishing gender equity in its social system and creating a new sorority would be a good start.
TheStudent Assembly should pass the recommendations of the Student Assembly External Review Committee as a vital first step in bringing some legitimacy back to student government at Dartmouth.
Dean of the College Lee Pelton took the easy way out by watering down his recommendations in the "Final Report of the Committee on the First-Year Experience," hindering his goal of increasing the quality of the first-year experience. The final report, which The Dartmouth received Friday, is a mere shadow of the initial report released more than a year ago.
Studentsdemanding that the College improve the way it handles sexual abuse complaints have noble intentions. But when they make uninformed demands on the administration they hinder the chance for productive reform.
TheCollege made the only practical decision available when it decided to move Commencement for the Class of 1995 from Baker Lawn to Memorial Field. While holding the ceremony in the football stadium is certainly less than ideal, the College really has no alternative.