Monthly Archives: April 2002

Bandow on the Middle East: Doug Bandow, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and sydicated columnist, spoke yesterday at Dartmouth to a small group of students and members of… Read more »

More Troubling: Alex, it’s all true. I watched pro-Israeli protestor Daniel Bilar, a graduate student, being warned against heckling by an S&S officer, who explained that should he continue, he… Read more »

Troubling: The absurdities of Ms. Warren’s legal analysis aside, I was a little concerned to read in the article about an S&S officer “hushing” a student who briefly heckled one… Read more »

Unintentional Self-Parody: A quote given to the D by Shilyh Warren ’98, the organizer of yesterday’s pro-Palestinian rally: “The [Dartmouth Israel Public Affairs Committee] illegally planned an event at the… Read more »

Technology: “Dartmouth Student Invents a Carnivore Leash.” Lead Wired News story from yesterday. Slashdot Discussion

Proposed Alcohol Policy Revisions: At a meeting held Tuesday evening, the “Ad Hoc Working Group on Alcohol Policy” released its list of recommendations. Robert Binswanger pointed out that one of… Read more »

Thursday Happenings: “Rally for the Human Rights of Exploded Israelis” noon, Collis–See below. “Sexual Assault Community Hour” noon, Commonground–As the WRC is actively promoting a “Rally for the Human Rights… Read more »

Exploding Israelis: An event in which readers may be interested (Thursday, noon to 1:30, in front of Collis): All, in response to the “Rally for the Human Rights of Palestinians… Read more »

Wednesday Happenings: “Sexual Assault and Communities of Color” 6:30 P.M., Cutter-Shabazz. “Who made your shoes???” 6:30 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–“An up to date and honest picture of Nike’s sweatshop practices.” Join… Read more »

Misinformation: In a column in today’s D, Tanisha Keshava ’05 recycles the same bogus statistics on sexual assault that have been repeated ad nauseum since they were actually put forth… Read more »