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Yearly Archives: 2015

DDS: Open Minds, Upset Stomachs

DDS: Open Minds, Upset Stomachs

After a long Saturday afternoon of mimosas and NCAA basketball, Paul Allen, Luis Carruthers, and Timothy Bryce lurch into the Hopkins Center’s very own Courtyard Café. The line is unusually… Read more »

2015 Commencement Speakers Announced

2015 Commencement Speakers Announced

In an email to campus earlier this morning, the 2015 Class Council announced this year’s commencement speaker and honorary degree recipients. Following on the heels of Shonda Rhimes’ widely acclaimed… Read more »

Cunningham, Dressel Win Student Assembly Election

Cunningham, Dressel Win Student Assembly Election

Today, April 20th, Frank M. Cunningham III ’16 and Julia J. Dressel ’17 were declared the winners of this year’s Student Assembly (SA) election having edged out leading opponents Jacob… Read more »

Dartmouth Students Not Ready for Hillary

Dartmouth Students Not Ready for Hillary

The Daily Mail interviewed 50 randomly selected Dartmouth students about Hillary Clinton’s recently launched campaign for President. It seems that Clinton has some work to do, to say the least. Only… Read more »

Rounds Roulette

Rounds Roulette

During the last few weeks of last Winter term, rumor spread around campus that a new policy, consistent with other recent Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF) initiatives, would require undergraduate advisors… Read more »

So I’m Taking a Layup

So I’m Taking a Layup

So I’m taking my first “layup” class at Dartmouth this term. Layup classes are also sometimes called “gut” classes. The gist is that they are classes in which scoring a… Read more »

The State of (Judicial) Affairs

The State of (Judicial) Affairs

So, it sounds like your fraternal organization screwed up. Perhaps you stand accused of breaking a few rules, of this or that type. The Administration is breaking down your door… Read more »

A Disappearance in the Hood

A Disappearance in the Hood

A pillar of Dartmouth’s artistic community is missing: Michael R. Taylor has left the Hood Museum under mysterious circumstances. Taylor was the Director and Chief Curator of the Hood Museum… Read more »

Women’s Rugby Gains Varsity Status

Women’s Rugby Gains Varsity Status

Dartmouth’s female ruggers are finally getting the recognition they deserve. The College’s athletic director, Harry Sheehy, announced that beginning with the 2015-2016 academic year, women’s rugby will become a varsity… Read more »

University of Michigan Football Coach Helps Resolve “American Sniper” Controversy

University of Michigan Football Coach Helps Resolve “American Sniper” Controversy

The ongoing conflict between students’ freedom of expression and their perceived right not to be offended made its presence felt at the University of Michigan this week, as a planned… Read more »