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April 23, 2024 | Latest Issue
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Zeke Turner
Sweet Honey joined Hop programming director Margaret Lawrence for a post-performance discussion on Friday.
Arts

Sweet Honey in the Rock addresses political issues in song

Zeke Turner / The Dartmouth Senior Staff In the middle of Friday night's concert in Spaulding Auditorium, Carol Maillard, a founding member of Sweet Honey in the Rock, stopped to tell the audience about the a cappella group's CDs and tote bags, which would be on sale during intermission. "I've just been given an assignment, which I will execute faithfully," she said, taking a lighthearted jab at Chief Justice John Roberts' fouled-up administration of the oath of office to President Barack Obama during Tuesday's inauguration.

The Setonian
Opinion

Check Your Local Listings

Here is a scene from ABC Family's newest show, "Greek." It is freshman orientation, and two roommates -- Dale and Rusty -- sip Red Bulls and mingle with their new classmates at a party full of engineering dorks.

The Setonian
Opinion

Defining Progress

I have always wanted my own beehive. I think I initially fell in love with the idea as a child when I was taught to simultaneously cherish and fear bees.

The Setonian
Opinion

Intern Internment

In 2004, filmmaker Sergio Arau asked America a simple question: What would happen if you took all the Latinos out of California?

The Setonian
Mirror

Ledyard, According to Gifford

When John Ledyard arrived at Dartmouth in the spring of 1772, he grabbed everybody's attention with his flashy clothes and his carriage -- the first to ever reach Dartmouth.

The Setonian
Opinion

Validating Blackademia

On Sept. 19, 2006, James Sherley, a 49-year-old black associate professor of biological engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, won a $2.5 million grant from the National Institute of Health for his work with adult stem cells.

The Setonian
Opinion

Still Bored at Baker

Dartmouth students finally have something better than two-cup, solitaire and masturbation to curb the vicious boredom of winter in Hanover.

The Setonian
Opinion

Responsible Excess?

Winter Carnival is a weekend of excess. Students, chafed by the stress of midterms, take three or four days to bask in the warmth of carefree winter fun and gluttony.

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The men's heavyweight crew team rowed to third-place and fifth-place finishes at the Eastern Sprints this weekend.
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The men's heavyweight crew team rowed to third-place and fifth-place finishes at the Eastern Sprints this weekend.

Co-captain Katherine Chiusano '09 had an assist in the Big Green's final game of the season against Duke on Sunday.
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Co-captain Katherine Chiusano '09 had an assist in the Big Green's final game of the season against Duke on Sunday.

The Big Green men's crew teams will cap off their seasons this weekend as they compete in the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass.
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The Big Green men's crew teams will cap off their seasons this weekend as they compete in the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass.

The Big Green women's lacrosse team is slated to face No. 8 Syracuse University in Hanover on Tuesday.
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The Big Green women's lacrosse team is slated to face No. 8 Syracuse University in Hanover on Tuesday.

The women's lacrosse team could not stop the Terriers' offense on Wednesday, allowing 15 goals in the loss.
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The women's lacrosse team could not stop the Terriers' offense on Wednesday, allowing 15 goals in the loss.

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