Emily Perkins


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AD celebrates 150th

Alpha Delta, the College's second oldest fraternity, will celebrate its 150th anniversary this Friday night. The celebration will include a catered dinner and cocktails for brothers and their dates, as well as a semi-formal with a swing band, AD President Chase Arnold '95 said. AD was founded in 1803 as a literary society, according to Arnold.



Greeks survey campus on system's future

A random group of students from each class received a survey in their Hinman Boxes last month asking about the future of the College's Greek system. The results of the survey, which was distributed by the Greek honor society the Order of Omega, will be published to inform students of campus opinion about the Greek system, according to Clay Adams, president of the Order of Omega. Adams said the poll is designed to measure student attitudes on the Greek system in a completely impartial manner.


Appleton, a performer the world 'round

Jon Appleton, the chair of Dartmouth's music department, has been on his own world tour, jet-setting from continent to continent. He has been to Moscow and to Bogota, Columbia and later this month he will head off to France. Appleton is a 26-year veteran at the College.