Yvonne Chiu


Coalition is well-informed

To the Editor: The members of The Dartmouth's editorial board need to once again unclog the foot from their collective mouth.

Brown '97 dead

Adam Brown '97, a fencer and an active member of The Programming Board, died unexpectantly Tuesday evening at his home in Los Gatos, Calif.

Ryan Carey: a 'progressive'leader?

Maybe it's because Zeta Psi Summer President Ryan Carey '96 is called a "progressive Greek leader" that he felt compelled to voluntarily explain why a picture of a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model was on his wall. "That was bequeathed to me by my older brother," Carey said matter-of-factly. But these are the days when Greek and non-Greek imply pro-Greek and anti-Greek.

Stolen ORL files return

Files stolen from the Office of Residential Life late last term were returned in a box with a brief apology note on it a few days after ORL reported the burglary May 25, Hanover Police Detective Jerry Macy said yesterday. The box was left outside of ORL's offices, Macy said.

Serkin to play for Headrest

Headrest, a crisis intervention center that has serviced Dartmouth and the Upper Valley community for the past 23 years, will host its largest fund-raiser Thursday. Highlighting the event is a solo performance by internationally-acclaimed pianist Peter Serkin in Spaulding Auditorium at 8 p.m.

Muslims fast to celebrate holy month

When the next new moon appears Saturday, Muslims around the world will celebrate the end of their month-long observance of Ramadan, with all-day festivities and feasts the following day. Since the last moon cycle began Feb.

Freedman to take six-month sabbatical

College President James Freedman officially announced yesterday that he will take a six-month sabbatical starting January 1, 1995. The College's Board of Trustees approved the sabbatical at its winter meeting in Washington, D.C.

Freedman cancels poetry reading

A poetry reading that College President James Freedman had planned to host yesterday in a Wheeler dormitory lounge was cancelled because the President had to leave town unexpectedly, Area Coordinator Tracie Waack '94 said. The President's Office notified Waack and the event's organizers of the change in plans on Tuesday. "It was really disappointing for us because we only had 24- hour notice, and I feel bad we couldn't notify the whole campus," Waack said. Freedman has offered to reschedule but a date has not been set. The event was organized by Undergraduate Advisers Blake Kutner '94 and Ramesh Narasimhan '96. Freedman could not be reached for comment yesterday.

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