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Sweet Honey joined Hop programming director Margaret Lawrence for a post-performance discussion on Friday.

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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.


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The Buddy System

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Defining Progress

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Intern Internment

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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.


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Validating Blackademia

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Still Bored at Baker

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Responsible Excess?

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