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Track and field challenges skills at invitational meet in Boston

The men’s and women’s track and field teams took a break from team competition to chase strong individual performances at the Boston University Terrier Classic at the BU Track and Tennis Center in Boston this past weekend. Both the men and the women took advantage of an atmosphere conducive to fast racing to notch some new personal and season bests. The women traveled down to Boston to compete last Friday, Jan. 29, while the men competed separately on Saturday, Jan. 30.


Classical violinist Sarah Chang discusses music, early life

World-renowned classical violinist Sarah Chang started playing the violin when she was four-years-old. At age six, she auditioned for and was accepted to the Pre-College Division of the Juilliard School in New York City, which played a major role in her musical development. By the time she was eight, she had debuted with the New York Philharmonic and quickly became known internationally.

New play ‘Mad Love’ inspired by Dartmouth dating culture

On Saturday the new play “Mad Love” (2016) premiered at the Barrette Center for the Arts, Northern Stage’s new theater in White River Junction, Vermont. Written by Marisa Smith and directed by Maggie Burrows, the comedy follows the lives and romantic pursuits of four young adults living in New York City.

The comedy follows Sloane Hudson, a young Dartmouth graduate who has decided to take control of her life after a traumatic incident in a college fraternity. Sloane, who has given up on love and marriage, decides that she wants to have a baby through artificial insemination instead of settling down. However, when she asks Brandon, the man she is casually dating, to be her sperm donor, she finds that he has a different attitude towards love and romance.

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