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Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity holds no pretensions of serving as a basement for the campus.
A Republican Party operation in New Hampshire's college towns forced voters to wait in unprecedented lines yesterday as GOP lawyers questioned the residency status of hundreds of area residents seeking to register to vote.
This past spring, the soccer fields of Anoka, Minn. -- a suburb just north of Minneapolis -- were heavily sprinkled with blond ponytails.
The recipient of a prestigious Fulbright Scholar grant, history Professor Judith Byfield '80 will pack her bags this January for Abeokuta, Nigeria, and spend five months interviewing women who led a 1947 tax revolt against their colonial government.
Jonathan Altman '02 and Mary Bennett '02 -- both sporting perfect 4.0 grade point averages -- have been named co-valedictorians for the Class of 2002.
If the research presented in one senior's sociology thesis is any indication, a good portion of white students at Dartmouth may hold largely uninformed and perhaps problematic views on race.
Within a week, the outdoor store of Main Street's Dartmouth Co-op will permanently shut its doors, prompted by increased competition in the already volatile market for outdoor goods.
As hundreds of students bustled in and out of Food Court last night, Marianne Karplus '04 sat with two friends in a quiet corner of The Pavilion, Dartmouth's newest dining facility, serving kosher and halal meals in the former Westside area behind Food Court.
This past fall, John Brett '00 was member of a rag-tag yet committed coalition of students at Dartmouth campaigning for Ralph Nader in the 2000 presidential election.
In a dark Collis Commonground, over 100 Dartmouth students and community members watched Thursday evening as a simple stage decorated only with a blackboard and a dozen blue desks was transformed into a classroom at Wayside School, where students turn into apples, and pigtails sing and dance.
A 22-foot inflatable slide, moon bounce and fake tattoo artist were just a few of the attractions at this weekend's Summer Carnival, an annual event organized by the Programming Board.
Upperclassmen at Dartmouth have a wide array of housing options, including several affinity houses, each offering students a unique living experience.
At the end of her freshman year, as many of her classmates headed off to internships and camp counselor positions, Jennifer Cho '03 remained on campus, living with three fellow '03s and taking a full load of classes.
The finest high school football players from New Hampshire and Vermont will face off this Saturday at Alumni Field in the 48th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, which organizers hope will raise over $200,000 for Shriners hospitals.
As the Bush administration debates whether or not federal funds should subsidize stem cell research, Dartmouth Professor of Religion and Ethics Institute Chair Ronald M. Green has found himself at the center of what has become a heated national controversy in bioethics.
Mary Ignacio, a sophomore at Enfield's Mascoma High School, was sitting in class one morning when an intercom announcement directed her and her fellow classmates to a special presentation.
Three miles down Lyme Road, just north of campus, broccoli and lettuce are slowly poking their leafy tops out of the earth to be greeted with loving care and a chemical-free environment.
Late Sunday afternoon, 20 new faces -- newly arrived from Enfield, N.H. and South Boston -- filled the Collis porch, nibbling watermelon and enjoying the evening breeze. Several hours later, another 10 -- coming from Philadelphia and momentarily delayed by car troubles -- made their way over to the Choates for the night.
Greek leaders said yesterday they expect administrators to accept a Greek Leaders Council proposal to be submitted this week requesting that the recently mandated Safety and Security walk-throughs occur only twice a week and on a scheduled basis within a six-hour time window.