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Dartmouth musicians descend upon Austin

Robert Szypko / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Correction appended### AUSTIN, Texas Campus musicians may struggle to find adequate performance venues in rural New Hampshire, but for Reptar bass player Ryan Engelberger '12, the pickings at last year's South by Southwest music festival were equally slim. "Our first [show] was at a burger stand across from the [Austin] Convention Center, the next one was at a coffee shop with speakers that had been left outside and weren't really working," Engelberger said. Dartmouth students flocked to Austin, Texas over spring break for the 25th annual SXSW music festival, which ran from March 15th to 20th.



Souba to take over as dean of DMS

A College search committee has chosen Wiley Souba, a surgical oncologist from Ohio State University, to serve as the next dean of Dartmouth Medical School and vice president for health affairs for the College, Provost Carol Folt announced in an e-mail to the Dartmouth community on Thursday.




HELP sends engineers to aid African villages

Although they are spending summer in Hanover thousands of miles away from Africa, members of Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering Leadership Projects have used this term to increase their presence in impoverished, villages overseas and are working to create a small-scale hydroelectricity system in Rwanda and improve wood burning and waste disposal technology in Tanzania, according to HELP member Ted Sumers '12.


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Dartmouth students take the stage at Kennedy Center

Although she is normally found at open mic nights in One Wheelock performing slam poetry wih fellow Soul Scribes, Aimee Le '12 experienced a change of venue when she and Murktarat Yussuf '12 shared the stage with members of the Grammy Award-winning reggaeton band The Roots, at the John F.


Daily Debriefing

Dartmouth professor and former director of the College's Neukom Institute for Computational Science Richard Granger has filed a countersuit in Grafton County Superior Court in the ongoing litigation with the Newport Harbor Lutheran Church.



The Metropolitan Opera's Carmen is simulcast live at Loew Auditorium.

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Loew streams Carmen from New York

Courtesy of The Hopkins Center for the Arts Courtesy of The Hopkins Center for the Arts *Correction Appended**### Sex, racism and betrayal were brought to the screen of Loew Auditorium during Friday night's simulcast of the Metropolitan Opera's Carmen.