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Yearly Archives: 2002

Freedom of Association

Freedom of Association

Fire has out an excellent press release today on two universities that are actively restricting their students’ Freedom of Association. A quick summary: The InterVarsity Multi-Ethnic Christian Fellowship (IVMECF), a… Read more »

Who can use the Indian?

Who can use the Indian?

“If anyone�s earned the right to use the Indian logo, it�s UNC-Pembroke,” said alumnus Bruce Barton to Frontpage. Pembroke, originally the Croatan Normal School, was founded at the request of… Read more »

Rewriting Title IX

Rewriting Title IX

In the mid-1990s, officials at the University of Rhode Island faced a quandary: the school had about 100 more male athletes than female athletes… So the school trimmed a little… Read more »

Andrew Grossman Explains It All

Andrew Grossman Explains It All

Welcome to the new and improved (?) Dartlog. Over the past two weeks, we have revamped the layout, added a few new features, and made myriad improvements all around. Plus,… Read more »

Guns don’t kill

Guns don’t kill

People don’t either. Movies do. “STUDY FINDS THAT YOUNG TEENS ARE EXPOSED TO TOO MANY VIOLENT MOVIES” A pretty lousy title for this article on a collaborative study by the… Read more »

XXXmas is fast approaching

XXXmas is fast approaching

A collegiate gift idea

One last season

One last season

IvyLeagueSports.com’s men’s and women’s swimming previews

Re: Lott to Step Down

Re: Lott to Step Down

This is not terrible. Frist will be a better leader, is more in line with the President’s agenda, and isn’t tarnished and comprimised as Lott would have been. Think about… Read more »

Lott to Step Down

Lott to Step Down

This is terrible. On the up-side, it looks like Bill Frist will replace him. Frist is great. The Tennesseean is the only doctor in the Senate, he’s young, and has… Read more »

Si Vis Pacem…

Si Vis Pacem…

Blair tells his troops in the field to prepare for war.