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The Dartmouth
May 20, 2024 | Latest Issue
The Dartmouth
Chetan Mehta
The Setonian
Arts

Hopkins Center offers many alternatives over weekend

As another one of the major party weekends rolls around, the excitement on campus is palpable. Dartmouth students have a habit of building up events to mythic proportions -- that's half the fun -- only to be satisfied, but not overwhelmed, when the weekend passes.

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THE TOP TEN MOVIES OF 2005

"King Kong" A monument to excess, Peter Jackson's "King Kong" is the kind of grand entertainment that Hollywood so often promises, but fails to deliver.

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Arts

While not entirely soft and smooth, 'Sith' atones for prior disasters

The most anticipated movie event of the year is here, and thankfully, it does not disappoint. In "Star Wars: Episode III " Revenge of the Sith," Lucas has carefully melded emotion, adventure and tragedy to deliver the best entry in the series since "The Empire Strikes Back." Disgruntled fans and cynical critics take note: not only is this film vastly superior to the other prequels, but it also ends cinema's most beloved series with a resounding triumph. The film starts out with a rousing space battle in which Anakin (Hayden Christensen) and his mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) are engaged in a skirmish with a Sith Starfleet.

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Arts

Rescreening of potent 'Chernobyl' set for Thursday

Nuclear technology does not have a terribly illustrious legacy. The very thought of "nuclear power" conjures up ghastly images of destruction, mayhem and mutation; the term is inextricably linked to the detonation of the atomic bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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