Angie Yang


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Vandewalle advises UN on Libya

This past summer, government professor Dirk Vandewalle served as a key advisor to the United Nations, using his political expertise to help determine the United Nations' course of action in dealing with post-conflict Libya. Vandewalle is one of two or three experts in the world who "really, truly know the country," he said in an interview with The Dartmouth.


Graduate student arrested in methamphetamine lab bust

A Dartmouth graduate student was arrested for the attempted manufacture of methamphetamine/amphetamine on Sunday, the Union Leader reported. Randy Lambreghts, 28, whose graduate date is not listed in the Dartmouth Name Directory, allegedly ran a methamphetamine lab from his 3 School St.


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Aires set to compete on NBC's ‘Sing-Off'

The Dartmouth Aires will appear on the third season of NBC's "The Sing-Off," a televised singing competition that features a cappella groups from across the country, Paul Telegdy, executive vice president of alternative programming for NBC and Universal Media Studios announced on Tuesday.


Aires to perform on NBC's 'The Sing Off'

The Dartmouth Aires will appear on the third season of NBC's "The Sing-Off," a televised singing competition that features a cappella groups from across the country, Paul Telegdy, executive vice president of alternative programming for NBC and Universal Media Studios announced on Tuesday.


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Unwanted Facetime

I had my first encounter with Bored@Baker this past Winter term when I pledged a sorority. My friend informed me that she had discovered a post that mentioned my name, and I worried for a quick second that someone had found my poorly advised ARK Music Factory video and it had gone viral (just kidding, obviously I had already sold the rights to a huge record label). Unfortunately, I had not found YouTube stardom instead, the post went something along the lines of, "I can't believe [sorority A] let [sorority B] steal one of their Yangs!" Aside from that time that my friend took pictures of me doing a line of coke off of a hooker's torso in central Argentina and posted them on Facebook (hi future employers, I hope you've picked up on my humor by this point), this was probably the first time that I felt like I had received unwanted facetime. And I didn't do anything to deserve it, other than pledge the sorority where I felt most comfortable.



Kim works to reduce alcohol harm, assault

Editor's Note: This is part one of a series chronicling College President Jim Yong Kim's first two years at the Dartmouth. Since arriving at Dartmouth two years ago, College President Jim Yong Kim has worked with students to implement initiatives to reduce alcohol harm and sexual assault, including bystander intervention programs and student-run committees.


Health group releases series of case studies

Harvard Business Publishing and the Global Health Delivery Project a collaboration between Harvard Business School, Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital released 21 case studies assessing the standards of health care delivery in under-resourced communities from 13 countries on Thursday.


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Tell me what you want

When I arrived at Dartmouth with my teddy bear in my arms (it's a coping mechanism, I was nervous), I had one goal: to make friends.



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