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Monthly Archives: June 2002

Query

Query

I’ve returned to the Hanover Plain for a brief stint as a research assistant and I noticed that the memorial in Collis to those Men of Dartmouth killed in Vietnam… Read more »

Drug testing

Drug testing

Dartmouth student Lindsay Earls loses in her appeal to the Supreme Court over mandatory drug-testing for participants in extracurricular activites. The Court was split 5-4, with Justices Thomas, Rehnquist, Scalia,… Read more »

More on Gov. 30

More on Gov. 30

A discussion of Dartmouth’s Gov. 30 syllabus, as described by Rollo Begley on this page the other day. From Campus Nonsense.

XI = 11, not 9…yes?

XI = 11, not 9…yes?

From the D: “Moreover, her [new Athletic Director JoAnn ‘Josie’ Harper] promotion arrives in a year marking the 30-year anniversary of Title XI (federal legislation guaranteeing equality for collegiate women’s… Read more »

Brit Hume

Brit Hume

He just signed off, “Fair, balanced, unafraid…and under God.”

On flattery

On flattery

Mr. Joshi might note that most of the reportage in TDR‘s “The Week in Review” concerns Dartmouth and local goings-on. It’s hard work to cover a small community intelligently. On… Read more »

‘Roided Up

‘Roided Up

Tatum O’Neal says that her ex-husband John McEnroe took steroids during his tennis career. Does she honestly think anyone would believe this?

The sincerest form of flattery

The sincerest form of flattery

The ever-creative Hemant Joshi has a column in today’s D called the Week in Review. Of course it’s not that funny, but after all it’s really hard to compete his… Read more »

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines

has a new policy that will make fat people buy two seats.

Equality

Equality

Will profs ever acknowledge the difference between equality of opportunity versus equality of outcome?