Dartmouth has a high proportion of athletes in the undergraduate student body, and a good number of those athletes — most notably the football team — play fall sports. So, if Ivy League sports were to resume, would that mean that all fall athletes would be guaranteed spots on campus?
In my first installation of this column, published in late March, I wrote that I had a bad feeling that when baseball returns, the sport will be in trouble.
Let’s start out with a trivia question: Which sport at Dartmouth has the largest number of athletes?
Looking back over the past four years, there’s a lot about Dartmouth that I’ve come to appreciate. First-Year Trips. A small, tight-knit campus. Exceptional professors. But try as I might, I’ll never be able to appreciate Keggy the Keg.
I have a question: Has the MLB lost complete sight of the fact that having a human being call balls and strikes is one of the best parts of baseball?
Being confined to my house over the past few weeks has got me to thinking a good deal about crowds.
Last week, my dad and I started watching “Baseball,” Ken Burns’ great documentary series telling the long and rich story of America’s national pastime.
Analysis on the results of the New Hampshire primary.