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Political Debriefing

Following the New Hampshire primary, Republican candidates headed to Michigan to campaign for the state's primary on Jan.


Mixed expectations await Fieldstock

Courtesy of Tess Reeder / The Dartmouth Staff With all hopes for a Tubestock resurrection this summer effectively dashed, the 2009 Class Council, Student Assembly and the Inter-Fraternity Council embraced Fieldstock, Tubestock's landlocked replacement, with the hope that the new festival weekend will become as popular as the late and lamented Tubestock. Annie Rittgers '09, 2009 Class Council president, said she hopes that this year's Fieldstock will serve as "a precedent as a party weekend on the level of Green Key" for future summers and that everyone has fun during the festivities. Rittgers said that the event's planners looked at this weekend as if it were the first Fieldstock weekend ever, since last year's event only included a chariot race, not the full Summer Olympics planned for this year.



College to build $94 million bio building

The College is demolishing three buildings near Dartmouth Medical School this summer, as part of the first phase in a planned $94 million construction project to provide a new home for the biology department.


College to build $94 million bio building

The College is demolishing three buildings near Dartmouth Medical School this summer, as part of the first phase in a planned $94 million construction project to provide a new home for the biology department.


Prof. Jay Buckey enters Senate race

Jay Buckey, a Dartmouth Medical School professor and former astronaut, formally announced his candidacy for the United States Senate on June 14, three months after forming an exploratory committee to evaluate his candidacy.



Japanese internment stories recalled

Drawing parallels between the 1940s and the post-9/11 world, three women whose families were directly affected by Japanese internment camps during World War II ran a panel discussion hosted by the Dartmouth Japan Society.


Katrina trips attract students in droves

A year and a half after Hurricane Katrina dashed Jenna Klebanoff's hopes of enrolling at Tulane University in New Orleans, La., she will finally make it to the Gulf Coast.