Dan Lentz


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Through the Lens of Lentz

The combination of the Giants' loss to the Eagles last night and the fact that it is Thanksgiving week means I am going to use my ace in the hole I am going to write about the results of my betting column from earlier this term ("Through the Lens of Lentz," Sept.


Through the Lens of Lentz

We live in a different sports world today than we did even a few years ago. Even though I have only been around for two decades, I know it.


Through the Lens of Lentz

This was a good weekend. Football beat Cornell. Hockey beat Princeton. Field hockey beat Cornell (and on its senior day, no less). The Giants beat the Patriots.


Through the Lens of Lentz

Snow in October. Nice Halloween, right? Freshmen from the South, how are you guys doing right now? The snow that produced the snowball fight for som and a four-hour car ride back from Harvard University for others has also given me an idea for a column. As I perused DartmouthSports.com, trying to think of an idea, a few choice pictures made me realize something.


Through the Lens of Lentz

Dartmouth football, 37-0. That's a pretty powerful win. Granted, Columbia is now 0-5, but for Dartmouth to put up 37 points and shut out a team says something. Dartmouth men's soccer, 2-0.


Through the Lens of Lentz

What is Homecoming? All-knowing Wikipedia says it marks the welcoming back of alumni. For many Dartmouth students, it is an excuse to start the weekend on Monday night instead of Friday.


Through the Lens of Lentz

Last week I suggested that we have more home football games at night and an Ivy League championship game for the sport ("Through the Lens of Lentz," Oct.


Through the Lens of Lentz

Imagine that you know you have to take a really tough class this Fall, one of these courses that will take five hours of work per class.


Through the Lens of Lentz

I still have absolutely nothing to write about. It's been almost a year of me and this absurdly poor-titled column, and yet I still do not have much for you. As usual, I think about what people who get paid to write about sports usually write about at this time of year.


Through the Lens of Lentz

Right now, Sophomore Summer is in its NFC or AFC Championship stage. That is to say, most people are thinking, "This is really awesome and has been great, and I can't believe it's going to be over soon." This thought was abruptly thrown upon me when I realized I will not have a single psych class left by the time this article prints.


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