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Monthly Archives: September 2002

In reponse to Rollo’s post

In reponse to Rollo’s post

I personally find it appalling that a group associated with the college would endorse any one candidate. If “all women” are supposed to be able to use the “resources” of… Read more »

Rollo’s post

Rollo’s post

If she is elected, wouldn’t that mean that the terrorists have already won?

History in Good Hands

History in Good Hands

Many of you may have missed the changeover at the helm of the History Department recently. Heide Whelan (whose name is, curiously, misspelled on the department website) has assumed control… Read more »

Let’s Start a Debate

Let’s Start a Debate

For fun, I think I’ll post the following speech delivered by Harvard’s president, Larry Summers, recently of Clinton admin fame. This speech was delivered on September 17, 2002, and has… Read more »

MIT’s gift to the world

MIT’s gift to the world

MIT’s Open Courseware initiative (a good overview from the BBC) is the kind of thing that more universities ought to be doing. As other college, universities, and online schools charge… Read more »

Music, File-Sharing, and the Bastards at USC

Music, File-Sharing, and the Bastards at USC

iTunes Publisher is a neat little Mac program that puts out an HTML index of all the music on one’s computer. Here are my MP3s. Imagine if everyone at Dartmouth… Read more »

More on Press Bias

More on Press Bias

CNS News is featuring a story on Dartmouth Professor Jim A. Kuypers’ forthcoming book, “Press Bias and Politics: How the Media Frame Controversial Issues.” You can read it here.

Get Shorty

Get Shorty

From Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire: The Hotline reports a new Boston Herald poll shows Robert Reich [Dartmouth ’68] fading dramatically in the last few days before Tuesday’s Democratic gubernatorial primary… Read more »

U.S. News Rankings

U.S. News Rankings

Yes, we know Dartmouth has been ranked #9 by the magazine this year. No, it’s not news, which is why word of it wasn’t posted here. (When’s the last time… Read more »

The Top 5 Rules of Etiquette for Freshmen

The Top 5 Rules of Etiquette for Freshmen

5. Travel in groups of four or less (corollary: no Hanover restaurant will take a reservation for “umm, I dunno, maybe 15 or 20?”). 4. If there’s a line, spend… Read more »