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The Dartmouth Sep 17
Sam Stockton '19 examines where Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines fit in college football today.
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The Dartmouth Sep 17
Evan Griffith '18 recaps the highlights and upsets from this week's college football games.
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The Dartmouth Sep 17
The women's rugby team avenged last year's final loss with a 40-22 victory over Quinnipiac University, and has high aspirations for this season.
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The Dartmouth Sep 17
Andrew Wright '19 follows up with six recently graduated Dartmouth star athletes with professional aspirations to see where they are now.
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The Dartmouth Sep 17
The Dartmouth sports staff summarizes the Big Green sports teams' performances this past week, highlighted by women rugby's impressive win over Quinnipiac University.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
It's fall, and there's a plethora of activities around campus and the Upper Valley. Check out this bucket list put together by Nikhita Hingorani '21!
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Vanessa Smiley '21 doesn't believe in the magic of fall - of supposed new beginnings, revisions and rejuvenations
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Alexandra Eldredge '19 reflects on how she's loved Dartmouth, then lost love for it, then found love again - but in a different way.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Love at first sight - or love at first floor meeting? Alice Zhang '21 interviews couples who met during Orientation Week or serendipitously in Hanover
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Zachary Gorman '21 sits down with English and creative writing professor Orner, who just joined Dartmouth, about his methods for writing and teaching others how to write
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Falling for something or someone can happen instantly - or it happens slowly and eventually. The first issue of Mirror, "Fallin' For You, Dartmouth," covers the hype about fall term, falling in love at Dartmouth, and more.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Justin Kramer '21 sits down with new offensive quality control coach Callie Brownson, who becomes the first full-time female coach in Division I football.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
OPINION: Clara Chin '19 reflects on "To All The Boys I've Loved Before," commending the film's for its representation but urging critical analysis of its narrative and tropes.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
VERBUM ULTIMUM: The College has seen many changes in recent years. The Class of 2022 may be the first to reap the benefits of these modifications, and stands to have an outsized impact on the College moving forward.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Jordan McDonald '21 finds Michael Arceneaux's memoir "Why I Can't Date Jesus" a hilarious yet poignant and introspective look at a diverse array of topics, from Beyonce to bed bugs.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Starting this Friday, the Hopkins Center for the Arts will screen seven films featured at the annual Telluride Film Festival.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
Following the College's plagiarism findings, TDI professor Gilbert Welch resigns. Dartmouth found Welch plagiarized data on over-diagnosing tumors in breast cancer screening in his highly-cited 2016 article.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
New Hampshire residents using private wells, especially households with pregnant women or infants, should be attentive to the possibility of arsenic contamination as exposure can lead to potential health risks in infants.
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The Dartmouth Sep 14
The College announced an interim Thayer dean to replace Joseph Helble, who will become the provost of the College in October.
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Lindsay Ellis Sep 14
New football coach, on how players reacted to her arrival: "They knew we were coming. They were very welcoming, and never once did I get a negative or judgmental vibe. They were all just very curious."
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