Dana LaMendola


Laxers roll over Hoyas, advance to Final Four

For the second consecutive game, senior Katieanne Christian scored five goals to lead the No. 5 ranked Dartmouth women's lacrosse team to a resounding 13-3 victory over the fourth-seeded Georgetown Hoyas (13-5) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament on Sunday afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field.

Boston's 'Boy Wonder' Theo Epstein plugs internships

MasterCard's ubiquitous "Priceless" marketing campaign promises that "for everything else there's MasterCard." Thanks to the credit card company's "Priceless Experience" initiative, which offers internships in film, music or sports, MasterCard's advertisments might not be an understatement. Over the past few months, MasterCard has been advertising their "Priceless Experience" internship program, which offers an opportunity for 12 lucky contestants to pursue summer internships in the music, film and sports industries.

Figure skating primed to defend National title

This weekend, the Dartmouth Figure Skating Team took first place at the Boston University Intercollegiate Figure Skating Competition. Competing against teams from 10 other schools in the Eastern Conference, Big Green skaters blew away the field with 119 points.

Suspicions of steroid abuse tarnish homerun king's reign

With the recent release of Yankee slugger Jason Giambi's grand jury testimony against the Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative (BALCO), Major League Baseball has found itself in a heated controversy over the prevalence of steroids among the league's top players. Naturally, one cannot help but place San Francisco Giant and current single-season homerun record holder Barry Bonds at the top of the most-juiced list. Since his 1986 MLB debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Bonds has hit over .300 in 11 seasons and earned 12 All-Star appearances.

Great AL stadiums: Yankee Stadium's rich tradition and winning history make it the premier place to watch a game

My father always says, "I'm Catholic, my wife is Jewish and my kids are Yankees fans." Therefore, it's understandable that in my eyes Yankee Stadium is the holiest of places. Be in 1993 watching Melido Perez pitch miserably for us, or screaming endlessly in Game Two of the 1999 AL Championship Series (Bostonians, I'm sure, can recall that result), every time I venture into the Stadium is truly a spiritual experience.