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'Wilder' makes valiant effort as modern 'Animal House'

"Don't take life too seriously, you'll never get out alive." This message, given to Van Wilder by one of his old partying buddies, the Pulitzer Prize-winning former student journalist whose best student piece was "Light Beer vs.


Crotty '80 was star hoopster

Kevin Crotty '80 may never have come to Dartmouth at all, if not for Gary Walt, a former Dartmouth Basketball Coach. A friend of the family who was associated with the New York Knicks had arranged for Crotty to go to William and Mary, according to his mother, Mary.


Greek events not up from last term

Although more Greek houses are being charged this term for hosting unregistered "parties" compared to previous terms, College officials admitted that the number of such events has not gone up this fall -- inadvertently admitting that perhaps the College is simply enforcing the pre-existing policy more strictly. "I certainly wouldn't think [the number of unregistered parties] has gone up," said Assistant Dean of Residential Life, Cassie Barnhardt. Head of the Department of Safety and Security, Proctor McEwen agreed, saying that he "didn't think" the amount of unregistered events had increased.




College has 'clearly been hurt by economic downturn'

President Wright acknowledged yesterday at the Annual Meeting of General Faculty that the College's financial situation has "softened," but he said that the administration would not be abandoning its vision. The reassurance was necessary because hard economic times have hurt earnings on the endowments of Dartmouth and its peer institutions.



S&S prepares for busy weekend

With hundreds of alumni and thousands of students looking to take a weekend off from work to party, Homecoming is usually the busiest weekend of the fall for the Department of Safety and Security, and this year is no different. Almost the entire Safety and Security staff will be working this weekend, according to College Proctor and head of the Department of Safety and Security, Robert McEwen. One of the main features of Homecoming weekend is the bonfire tonight. "For this event we increase foot patrols," McEwen said, "most of our staff will be working Friday night." He added that Safety and Security would probably maintain steady coverage on the Green until 2 a.m. Residence hall undergraduate advisors (UGAs) also play a large role in safety this weekend, as they have the most direct interaction with students.


Kesler '03 elected moderator

The Greek Leaders Council elected two of its three officers in its first meeting last night, moving one step closer to getting down to the job of governing Dartmouth's Greek system. Brent Kesler '03 of Alpha Theta co-ed house was elected to the position of moderator and Stephen Dietz '02 of Theta Delta Chi fraternity was elected to the position of social events manager. Three people ran for the position of moderator and two ran for the position of social events manager according to Eric Powers '02, president of the Interfraternity Council, who is also a member of The Dartmouth's sports staff.