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Monthly Archives: September 2002

Flag-color ribbons, national anthem “offensive” at Berkeley

Flag-color ribbons, national anthem “offensive” at Berkeley

So reported the Cal Patriot on the university’s plans for a September 11th observence: “We thought that [red, white, and blue ribbons] may be just too political, too patriotic,” said… Read more »

Diversity is Muskets, Rifles, and Pistols

Diversity is Muskets, Rifles, and Pistols

NR’s Dave Kopel on The University of Wisconsin’s refusal to allow the West Virginia Mountaineer, a sports mascot, to fire his (unloaded) musket: “[D]iversity” also includes people who do diverse… Read more »

Indeed

Indeed

“Larry Scholer, editor in chief of the Dartmouth Review, long the best-known conservative newspaper on America’s campuses, says, ‘There could be problems with what we print if we were funded… Read more »

Dartmouth Weblogs

Dartmouth Weblogs

Dartmouth’s director of communications services has a weblog. Know of any other Dartmouth students, faculty, administrators, or alumni with frequently updated sites? Let us know, and we will link to… Read more »

Dartmouth representation in Albany?

Dartmouth representation in Albany?

Newsday reported last week that Dan Mahony has moved out of state and Tom Golisano will be running without a Conservative Lieutenant Governor running mate. Now, Andrew Cuomo is out,… Read more »

The Socialist Holiday

The Socialist Holiday

The history of Labor Day. More: “While in the United States and Canada, Labor Day still continues to be observed on the first Monday in September, rest of the world… Read more »

RSS for The Dartmouth

RSS for The Dartmouth

It seems like nobody at the D has any idea how their website works, which means there’s little chance of them creating an RSS feed for those of us who… Read more »

Alumni Blitzmail down

Alumni Blitzmail down

It seems like the Alumni BlitzMail server is down. Maybe somebody with email access could let Kiewit know? Great timing: just two days before I get my UPenn account. Update:… Read more »

More on News Aggregators

More on News Aggregators

Ben Hammersley writes in the Guardian: I don’t mean to brag but it’s 8.30am and I’ve already got up to date with 75 different websites. I’ve read all their headlines,… Read more »