Jay Webster



Through the Looking Glass: On Replay

Editor's Note: We welcome submissions from all members of the community both past and present who wish to write about defining experiences, moments or relationships during their time at Dartmouth.

Board of Selectmen chairman retires

Hanover Board of Selectmen Chairman Brian Walsh '65 Th'66 announced his retirement last week, signaling the end of a career that fostered positive relations between the town of Hanover and the College, according to Chief of Staff David Spalding.


And Too Embarrassed to Ask

Sex can be challenging, so I'm here to answer your most urgent, lurid and taboo questions about the tricky dynamics of "interpersonal relationships" at Dartmouth.


Hard Time Hit Here, Too

While it's pretty easy to feel sheltered in the teeny town of Hanover, the recession has proven itself very capable of bursting our Dartmouth bubble.


DartFail: A History

Correction appended Even though it sometimes seems that our dear old Dartmouth is flawless, we have to remember that the College that we've come to know and love does have an extensive history of failures.


Moderator Charlie Rose hosts live post-debate show in Spaulding

Aki Onda / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Following Tuesday evening's Republican debate, Charlie Rose the event's moderator hosted his eponymous nightly interview program, "Charlie Rose," at the same round table in Spaulding Auditorium that had seated the eight debating Republican candidate hopefuls just hours before.


College opens renovated swim dock to mixed reviews

Aki Onda / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Since closing the swimming docks in June 2010 due to safety concerns, revamping and reopening the docks became an important focus for many College administrators, Associate Dean of Campus Life April Thompson said in an interview with The Dartmouth.