College to collect information on veterans, disability

Revisions to federal regulations require Dartmouth to include data on faculty and staff who self-identify as veterans and people with disabilities in its 2014-15 Affirmative Action Plan, alongside data on gender and race. To comply with the regulations, the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity will analyze how many self-identified veterans and people with disabilities apply, are employed by and leave the College each year.

Sanders to speak at today's rally

Event honors black lives with evening poetry, music

Number of arrests declines

At Tuesday panel, students discuss faith

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Sports

Danilack brothers team up in Big Green soccer resurgence

A pair of brothers have been crucial in the men’s soccer team’s resurgent 2014 campaign. Co-captain Hugh Danilack ’15 and Matt Danilack ’18 both found soccer at a young age and began playing early in elementary school, eventually joining recreation leagues. As their talent deepened, they moved onto travel teams. The brothers are on parallel tracks this season. The elder Danilack has scored eight points and the younger brother is right behind with seven, including three goals. Each notched his first collegiate goal within 15 minutes of the other against the University of Massachusetts at Lowell in late September.

Dunn named rugby All-American

Yejadai Dunn ’16 wasn’t even the first person to find out that she was named second team All-American, Dartmouth’s first women’s rugby All-American since Kirsten Ahrendt ’07 was named to the first team seven years ago. “I didn’t know about the award until some person I knew faintly from rugby texted me, and I was like, ‘What?’” Dunn said.

Any Given Thursday

When we woke up Wednesday, my boy Rich and I had no idea we’d have to write another column. Around 5 p.m. I got a blitz from Fish reminding me of the deadline. You would think any fool would know that a “column” titled “Any Given Thursday” would be published on Thursday, but, alas, hindsight is 20/20.

 

Arts

Barbary Coast will perform tribute concert to Sun Ra

Audience members are primed for the trip of a lifetime, as Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble will play a concert that delivers them to space, celebrating the influence of musician and philosopher Sun Ra on Saturday. Noted trombonist and composer Craig Harris, who once played with Sun Ra as a member of Arkestra, will join Barbary Coast on stage.

Student Spotlight: Corinne Romano '15

Romano said she came to college confident in what she wanted to get out of the experience and has stuck to her path since freshman year. Now a senior, the studio art major and digital arts minor can reflect on her time in the arts at the College.

Documentarian Krawitz screens ‘Perfect Strangers,’ visits classes

Documentarian Jan Krawitz explores the emotions and experiences of altruistic organ donors in her most recent documentary, “Perfect Strangers” (2013), which will be screened at the Loew Audtorium on Wednesday evening.

 

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