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The D Sports Awards: Male Athlete of the Year

Female Athlete of the Year Winner: Yejadai Dunn '16 In the closest vote of the D Sports Awards yet, Yejadai Dunn ’16 emerged victorious with 50.9% of the votes. Close behind was Kaitlin Whitehorn ’16, garnering 36.4%. Jaclyn Leto ’16 took home 9.1% while both Katie McEachern ’16 and Laura Stacey ’16 each received 1.8% of the votes. Dunn’s victory marks the third victory coming for women’s rugby in three votes for best moment, best rookie and best female athlete. Dunn will go on this summer to compete among national talent and potentially secure a spot on the USA Eagles.

The D Sports Awards: Female Athlete of the Year

Vote here: Last week, Kat Ramage '19 won the D Sports Rookie of the Year Award. Yejadai Dunn '16, Rugby Yejadai Dunn ’16, co-captain of the women’s rugby team, had one of the most prolific years in women’s rugby history.

The D Sports Awards: Rookie of the Year

VOTE HERE: Evan Boudreaux '19, Men's Basketball For the second straight year, a men’s basketball player will vie to be named The D Sports Awards Rookie of the Year.

The D Sports Awards: Moment of the Year

VOTE AT: Golf, Ian Kelsey ’18 shine at Ivy Champs On the weekend of April 22 to 24, Dartmouth men’s golf finished four strokes back of Harvard University at the Ivy League Men’s Championship behind a strong performance by Ian Kelsey ’18.

Voces Clamantium: Villegas, Seaton and Rotering

Ben Szuhaj argued in his February 26 article “The Tragedy of Comedy” that “The Nightly Show” and “The Daily Show”’s fall in viewership could be attributed to an emphasis on race, class and gender and that Americans are too squeamish to broach the subject. I disagree that the fall in viewership has anything to do with the news anchors focusing on the topics of race, class and gender. And I especially disagree that Americans take offense to an outsider, like South African Trevor Noah, pointing out our idiosyncrasies.

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Taboo @ Dartmouth Survey

The Dartmouth received 243 responses to a survey about taboos on campus, including questions about sex, crime and hygiene.