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Monthly Archives: September 2002

Let’s Import a Tradition.

Let’s Import a Tradition.

By the way, Talcott’s link on “Wah-Hoo-Wah” includes a reference to what’s called the “Not Gay” chant at the University of Virginia. I asked a coworker of mine who graduated… Read more »

To be clear

To be clear

The Wired article doesn’t connect EKT with the lewd study break exchange.

On Fox News Watch

On Fox News Watch

An anchor to Sen. George Allen of Virginia: “Wah-Hoo-Wah.” Makes sense

What’s up at EKT?

What’s up at EKT?

Wired Magazine just gushes in this feature article about how wireless networking and BlitzMail have made Dartmouth one of the most tech-savvy (and tech-transparent) places around. Several excerpts: The sisters… Read more »

Shiny, and Whiney

Shiny, and Whiney

Billy McKinney, the infamous father of Cynthia McKinney, on losing yesterday�s primary race in Georgia: �I did not expect this because I expected black folks to turn out for me…. Read more »

Oy Vey, This Again

Oy Vey, This Again

The author, Ben Wallace-Wells (HM ’96, Dartmouth ’00), responds: By February of my freshman year at Dartmouth, I’d wandered by the Review offices on a couple of occasions, mainly out… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Worst, Etc., Etc.

Dartmouth’s Worst, Etc., Etc.

Above is a response to the great Horace Mann debate by Ben Wallace-Wells. Its long but but well worth the read. I feel I should preface it, just to clarify… Read more »

More on “Dartmouth’s Worst Feeder School”

More on “Dartmouth’s Worst Feeder School”

Three years later and we’re still getting hate mail; Ben should be proud. For those who don’t know, Ben actually did graduate from Horace Mann. Really. He’s even engaged in… Read more »

Media Bias.

Media Bias.

Dartmouth Professor Jim A. Kuypers has a book about to be released called Press Bias and Politics: How the Media Frame Controversial Issues. The book examines press bias with regards… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Worst Feeder?

Dartmouth’s Worst Feeder?

Anyone have any idea where BWW can be reached? He’s been getting fan mail: To Benjamin Wallace-Wells and whoever thinks he is capable of writing: I am currently a senior… Read more »