Monthly Archives: April 2002

A ‘C’ GPA for the student government?: The head of Kent State’s student government reported her GPA to the school paper for use in a pre-election profile. Several days later… Read more »

In the D: A nearly thoughtful op-ed on Israel: “Why Israel is Important.” Sure, it’s not entirely accurate (“Every past nationalist political movement, no matter how desperate, has somehow managed… Read more »

Thursday Happenings: “Near in Blood: Ethnic Civil War on Film” 7 P.M., Loew–Cal ($5 Dartmouth students, $6 gen. admission). “Working-Class Studies and the Humanities” 4 P.M., 2 Rockefeller–Brandeis dean (associate,… Read more »

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along II SA President Molly Stutzman wonders why I don’t think a Diversity Committee would be valuable. Here’s my response: What does it possibly… Read more »

Just Asking With the Palestinians hiding out in the Church of the Nativity, anyone up for another Crusade?

Elsewhere: Dartmouth ethics professor Ron Green is quoted in this article on embryos and cloning. The Ivy League’s springing to life in lacrosse, says this Baltimore Sun article. “Same time,… Read more »

Update/Correction: Responding to a post from yesterday, Katie Greenwood writes in that she never did rush a sorority. Hey, she ought to know. So why not this for a motto,… Read more »

Wednesday Events: (a bit late) “DFS Film Series” 6:45 and 9 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–The Devil’s Backbone ($5 Dartmouth students, $6 gen. admission). “Greens spring kick-off meeting” 8 P.M., 206 Dartmouth–Does… Read more »

On a lighter note,

SATs of previous classes A brief perusal of the on-line archives of the Daily D yielded the following data. I was unable to find data for some classes. 2006: 714… Read more »