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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Operation: Stonewall

Operation: Stonewall

Imagine, if you will, a world in which corporations and government officials squash press freedom and investigative reporting. One could assume that this is how authoritarian regimes would behave, nations… Read more »

College Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.

College Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.

The College hosted several events yesterday in commemoration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This holiday, first observed in 2000, celebrates the birth of Dr. King, who played… Read more »

The Liberal Arts in Action

The Liberal Arts in Action

One day shortly after Thanksgiving, I took my brother, a junior in high school, into West Philadelphia to tour Penn’s campus. After sitting through the requisite information session and chatting… Read more »

Sigma Delta Sorority Featured by NYTimes

Sigma Delta Sorority Featured by NYTimes

Dartmouth’s very own Sigma Delta Sorority was featured by The New York Times in an article that was briefly featured on the Times’ website’s front page. In a January 19 article titled “Sorority… Read more »

President Hanlon to Deliver Moving Dartmouth Forward Speech

President Hanlon to Deliver Moving Dartmouth Forward Speech

In a campus-wide blitz sent this afternoon, President Hanlon announced an upcoming speech in which he will deliver his plan to “Move Dartmouth Forward.” Students, faculty, and alumni are eager… Read more »

The Man Who Would Be Governor

The Man Who Would Be Governor

Paul LePage, Maine’s Governor, is a colorful—and controversial—political figure. His occasionally outrageous comments have undoubtedly gotten him into trouble with the press; Politico once called him “America’s Craziest Governor,” while… Read more »

Ferguson Reverend Delivers MLK Day Sermon at Rollins Chapel

Ferguson Reverend Delivers MLK Day Sermon at Rollins Chapel

At 3 P.M. on Sunday, January 18, Rollins Chapel hosted its annual MLK Community Multi-Faith Celebration in commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This year, the chapel had Rev…. Read more »

Wha-Hoo-What? Swim Team Rebuked for Chant

Wha-Hoo-What? Swim Team Rebuked for Chant

The Dartmouth swimming and diving team has landed in hot water after a pre-meet chant last weekend raised eyebrows among some on campus. According to two members of the team,… Read more »

Protesters Stage Die In at Baker-Berry

Protesters Stage Die In at Baker-Berry

At around 8:00 P.M. on January 15, a group of students numbering approximately 20-30 staged a protest in Baker-Berry library. After marching around the library, chanting “Black lives matter, I can’t… Read more »

Memorial Field Restoration Project Underway

Memorial Field Restoration Project Underway

The ongoing renovation of Memorial Field began after Dartmouth football’s last home game in mid-November. The interior portion of the west-side grandstand was demolished at the beginning of the project… Read more »