AKI ONDA / The Dartmouth Senior Staff The "Sides of Sex" show at Alpha Delta fraternity was a night of firsts the first time the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble performed in a fraternity house and the first time campus performance groups collaborated to inspire reflection on sex, to name two.
AKI ONDA / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Months ago, before the tsunami struck Japan, coordinators at the Dickey Center for International Understanding were already discussing nuclear disasters.
Nicholas Root / The Dartmouth Staff Although Richard Fu '13 started playing piano at a young age, his early musical experiences were not inspired by a love of music.
Sam Purcell / The Dartmouth Staff Although Dartmouth may be best known for its economics department, students and professors agree that the discipline of creative writing is alive and well at the College on the Hill. As a school that has educated such dynamic literary figures as Theodore Geisel and Robert Frost, this may come as no surprise.