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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Peter Williamson: Golf Prodigy & Player of the Week

Peter Williamson: Golf Prodigy & Player of the Week

By Thomas Hauch For Peter Williamson, success came on the very first try. A standout on the Men’s Golf team, Williamson earned his laurels back in the spring of 2009,… Read more »

Football Victories Spur Homecoming Hopes

Football Victories Spur Homecoming Hopes

By Jeffrey Hopkins While its 4-2 record might not seem overly impressive, in order to judge the quality of Indians football this season, it’s most instructive not to look at… Read more »

Men’s Rugby: Ivy Champions Once Again

Men’s Rugby: Ivy Champions Once Again

By Stuart Allan Ever since its 1951 inception, the Dartmouth Rugby Football club has enjoyed a strong winning tradition, and this year is no exception. Indeed, Dartmouth’s first fifteen (1st… Read more »

Basketball Looks For a Turnaround This Season

Basketball Looks For a Turnaround This Season

By Josh Riddle As Indian basketball gears up for its November 13 opener at Providence College, the team is preparing tirelessly, determined to learn from past trials while pushing forward… Read more »

An Interview with New Athletics Director Harry Sheehy

An Interview with New Athletics Director Harry Sheehy

By Harry Greenstone TDR: The Dartmouth Review would like to join students and the community in welcoming you as the new athletic director of Dartmouth College.  What are some of… Read more »

High Hopes for Football Against Yale

High Hopes for Football Against Yale

By Elizabeth Reynolds The Dartmouth Indians will face off against the Yale Bulldogs on Memorial Field this Saturday, October 9th. Despite their lost last Saturday at Penn, there are still… Read more »

Indian Soccer Looks for Redemption

Indian Soccer Looks for Redemption

By Thomas Hauch After losing to Princeton this past week, the Dartmouth Men’s Soccer Team (4-3-1, 0-1 Ivy) is looking for redemption in its upcoming match against Yale (1-8-1, 0-1… Read more »

Frank Stella Fulfills Montgomery Fellowship in Style

Frank Stella Fulfills Montgomery Fellowship in Style

Stella’s “Irregular Polygons” are currently on exhibit at the Hood.By Benjamin M. Riley Dartmouth’s Montgomery Fellowship Program, part of the Montgomery Endowment, has historically been one of the administration’s constant… Read more »

Virtuoso Valdés Shows How It’s Done

Virtuoso Valdés Shows How It’s Done

Chucho Valdes, shown here at the London Jazz Festival, founded the Cuban group Irakere in 1972.By William D. Aubin Watching Chucho Valdés, the man called the “Dean of Latin Jazz”… Read more »

Calloway Disappointing on Ledger Art

Calloway Disappointing on Ledger Art

“Mountain Chief, Blackfeet War Leader,” an example of Native American ledger art currently on display at the Hood Museum. (Photo courtesy of Joseph Mehling ’68)By Adam I.W. Schwartzman Colin Calloway… Read more »