Monthly Archives: May 2002

The WSJE feature on Pim: Here’s the piece Hummel was talking about.

Sex Toys: I posted the WRC’s notice of their Sex Toys talk tonight on Leave a comment.

Won’t you be my neighbor?: Fred “Mister” Rogers was spotted by several students yesterday exiting Dartmouth’s Hopkins Center. For those who don’t know, Rogers will be this year’s commencement speaker.

Monday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” (or so) “Richard Gephardt” 4 P.M. Location Unannounced–The House minority leader speaks. Hey, Dems: great job publicising this thing… “Rabbis, Romans, and… Read more »

Grrrrrreat: I’m all for maximizing readership of my Review articles but I’m always perturbed to find a link to one of my articles at the Web site of a Cal-Berkeley… Read more »

Sunday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” “Guitar Masterclass” noon, Faulkner Recital Hall–“Acclaimed eight-string guitarist Paul Galbraith conducts a masterclass open to all interested musicians.” “Islam: Empire of Faith”… Read more »

Saturday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” (rushed edition) “5K AIDS Awareness Run” noon, Hanover Green–Prizes for top runners ($5 registration fee). “Greek Olympics” 1 – 4 P.M., Webster… Read more »

Alumni: I have some things add to Andrew’s blitz on the Dartmouth Alumni for Open Governance. The purpose of the organization is quite simple. It aims to reinvolve Dartmouth alumni… Read more »

Clinton: House Maj. Whip Tom DeLay spokesperson Jonathan Grella on Clinton’s sit-down with NBC execs: “I thought they already had a show called ‘The Bachelor.’” he wanted to call it… Read more »

A complicated history: Dartmouth Alumni for Open Governance (DAOG) today opens its website that explains the historic role of the alumni body in choosing the College’s Trustees and details that… Read more »