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Monthly Archives: October 2002

“A Human Crime”

“A Human Crime”

(The following notice, concerning

Re: Highly Inappropriate

Re: Highly Inappropriate

Talc, a better title might have been “Highly Irrelevant,” considering the actions of our elected representatives in the House and Senate.

Highly Inappropriate

Highly Inappropriate

This was sent out by a professor, Ifi Amadiume of the Religion Department, to a recipient list of professors AND two classes worth of students. 11 Oct 2002 12:55:33 EDT… Read more »

Misplaced Priorities

Misplaced Priorities

Philip Mone ’02 contributes this: An article in today’s D, reports that administrators are closely considering serious cuts to Dartmouth�s library system, including significant changes and/or closings of Sherman Arts… Read more »

Well, at least we’re 42nd

Well, at least we’re 42nd

Even more influential than US News’ rankings, Seventeen listed Dartmouth as the 42nd “coolest” college in the country. That’s,um, like, the best, you know? I’m lost as to how MIT… Read more »

Iraq

Iraq

Awesome collection of quotes from the president and other officials.

Say Again?

Say Again?

In an article in today’s D, Al Nur (a Muslim student group) advisor Amin Plaisted is quoted describing a petition signed by many college presidents against anti-semitic hatred and intimidation… Read more »

Race to the Bottom

Race to the Bottom

Here’s an article from the D on college professors and a petition to denounce “threats, taunts, and intimidation” in debates. Apparently, dissent is appearing in the two-headed monster of Jim… Read more »

Response to the Freshman Issue

Response to the Freshman Issue

I must disagree with the list of Dartmouth’s Worst Professors. While on the whole, the list seems fairly accurate, there is one professor who does not belong on that list…. Read more »

In Policy Review

In Policy Review

Former Review Editor-in-Chief Benjamin Wallace-Wells writes on Greenwich Village in the new edition of Policy Review.