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Monthly Archives: May 2002

Friday Agenda

Friday Agenda

(Best of luck with exams; here are some great diversions for when studying becomes unbearable) Download Groove Blender for Mac or PC to create funk, rap, or electronic beats on… Read more »

Forget the Alamo

Forget the Alamo

Jim Bowie’s rolling in his grave…I bet John Wayne’s angry too… Texas Public Schools invaded by commies…no longer teaching that Mexico lost… Fox News That fellow’s speaking the plain truth,… Read more »

Thursday Happenings

Thursday Happenings

There really aren’t any, considering that it’s reading period. So, here are some diversions anyway: David Horowitz has a new book out in August, announced this week: How to Beat… Read more »

Bridge Over the James River

Bridge Over the James River

Kalb battles virii and amorous hikers on the Trail. Read the latest from our Man in the Field.

The Indian Will Never Die

The Indian Will Never Die

“The California Assembly has voted down a bill that would have banned Indian-themed sports mascots in the state’s public schools, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The bill, sponsored by left-wing… Read more »

My hero

My hero

The Earl of Kimberley just passed away at age 78. His obit makes a good read. As he freely admitted himself, “no normal person would try to drive a car… Read more »

Wednesday Happenings

Wednesday Happenings

(last day of classes for graduating seniors!) “Greek Barbeque” 5 – 7 P.M., Gold Coast lawn–The Greek Week barbeque, rescheduled. Featuing the music of Lucky Southern. “Student Animation Festival” 7… Read more »

Poison Ivy Part II

Poison Ivy Part II

Dartmouth administrators seem not to have learned their lesson from the total failure of the Poison Ivy dance club, a ridiculously costly student dance space under Collis that has yet… Read more »

Our Illustrious Alumni

Our Illustrious Alumni

The AP reports on the unveiling of a statue in Springfield, Mass., honoring Dartmouth alumnus Dr. Seuss.

Memorial Day Happenings

Memorial Day Happenings

Well, there are none, per se. NR Online has some great pieces for Memorial Day: George W. Bush at Normandy A Memorial Day tale “We remember those who have died… Read more »