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Monthly Archives: April 2002

Take back the night: Last night, students and faculty members who participated in a march and candlelight vigil against sexual violence listened to Katie Olivero ’01 likened sexual assault to… Read more »

Another study on college drinking… In a study released today, the Task Force on College Drinking, part of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, found that “the consequences… Read more »

Ivy Council Meets, Plans Next Meeting: In the D today is an article on this past weekend’s Ivy League Council meeting. The Ivy council is composed of student delegations from… Read more »

Poor Word Choice: Jourden Abel in an editorial in today’s D, “At my high school you couldn’t throw a rock without hitting a Jew…” Given the Palestinians’ propensity for rock-throwing,… Read more »

Monday Happenings: “Take Back the Night” 4:30 P.M., 101 Collis–Sign making (suggestions: “S.C.U.M.”, “Girl Power”, and “Give me back my night”). 6:30 P.M., Hopkins Center–March against the men who presumably… Read more »

Elsewhere: Ronald Green, director of Dartmouth’s Ethics Institute, comments on reports of an 8-week old cloned human fetus in China Daily. AP: “ Prosecutor Still Puzzled By Killers [Tulloch and… Read more »

Sunday Happenings: “A long walk home: A Story of a Rape Survivor” 6:30 P.M., Commonground–“a unique partnership of art therapy, social documentary and community activism.” “Governor Gary Johnson of New… Read more »

Bharucha Leaves for Tufts: Dartmouth’s dean of faculty (since 2001) and professor of psychology and brain sciences Jamshed Bharucha has accepted an appointment as provost at Tufts, according to this… Read more »

Saturday Happenings: “Amelie” (film) 7 and 9:30 P.M., Loew Auditorium–RECOMMENDED ($5 Dartmouth students, $6 gen. admission). “The State of Hip Hop” 1 P.M., 28 Silsby–Ethnomusicologist Dr. Joe Schloss delivers a… Read more »

Response to the response to the response: I don�t want to continue this ad infinitum, but it’s a useful discussion, and I feel compelled to make a few points. Bydon… Read more »