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Monthly Archives: May 2002

More on WC Requirement

More on WC Requirement

Here is the actual text as adopted by vote of the faculty: Resolved that the current World Cultures requirement be revised from one course each in European, North American, and… Read more »

Annual Meeting of the Faculty

Annual Meeting of the Faculty

This afternoon, the Faculty of the Arts and Sciences voted by an overwhelming majority to revise the World Culture Requirement. Under the previous requirements, all Dartmouth students must take a… Read more »

Responding to a post a long way back

Responding to a post a long way back

I think the Alums who went to this Alumni meeting should comment on it on DartLog if one of them gets a chance.

Monday Agenda

Monday Agenda

(a highly subjective listing of what’s happening on campus) “World Cultures” 3 P.M., Alumni Hall–The faculty votes on adding a new distributive, “Culture and Identity.” “Digital Media” 6 – 9… Read more »

Avoiding the “Virginia Blues”

Avoiding the “Virginia Blues”

The latest from John Kalb is up.

Excuse the tardiness, but…

Excuse the tardiness, but…

Clark brought up an interesting point about a week ago with his reference to baseball bats and the door locks. Should a random act of violence affect a door locking… Read more »

Thongs for 7-year olds

Thongs for 7-year olds

Abercrombie & Fitch push fashion trends again. If the “Two Wongs Make it White” T-shirt was enough to spawn scattered protests on college campuses, this should really cause a stir…. Read more »

Context

Context

A posting from the “Afro-American Society” public blitz bulletin. I didn’t see this posted anywhere else… Date: 15 May 2002 11:59:48 -0400 From: Afro-American Society Subject: DROP COURSE DEADLINE Bulletin… Read more »

What’s Your Sign?

What’s Your Sign?

At colleges throughout the nation, enrollment in American Sign Language (ASL) courses is increasing, notes the Associated Press. These colleges offer ASL as a foreign language, which appears to be… Read more »

And more on dorm-locking…

And more on dorm-locking…

Astute reader Jesse McCann writes, Something not noted in the dartlog: While EBAs will surely suffer with the doorlocks, will the new supposed DDS dorm-delivery service be under the same… Read more »