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Monthly Archives: November 2002

Incidentally

Incidentally

Stanley Kurtz, of National Review, agrees with me on the Saint Xavier University affair: TOO FAR [Stanley Kurtz] Having condemned the viciousness and hypocrisy of Peter Kirstein, I must say… Read more »

Transphobia at Harvard

Transphobia at Harvard

The gay student group at Harvard, the BGLTSA (don’t even try to decipher it), actually doesn’t want to get its freak on. They’re protesting the — ahem — “heteropresumptive” policy… Read more »

Divestment Dopes

Divestment Dopes

To the list of prominent schools that have made asses of themselves by having serious divestment petitions, add Yale. The petition, from the Yale Divest from Israel Campaign (UDIC), can… Read more »

Paulin Reinvited, Emmett Hogan Wins One Again

Paulin Reinvited, Emmett Hogan Wins One Again

Amazing! The Harvard English Department, bravely bowing to public pressure, has re-invited Tom Paulin. Stand by for re-dis-invite, and the subsequent dis-re-dis-invite. Quote of the Day: “If he comes back… Read more »

For Dartmouth’s Alums

For Dartmouth’s Alums

There’s good news on the pro-Israel petition that’s going around Dartmouth. One of the petition’s cosponsors, Michele Nudelman, told me that alums could add their names to the petition by… Read more »

Ezekiel

Ezekiel

Full points to TDR’s own Raphael Clarke for voicing the minority opinion in today’s D in opposition to a divestment from tobacco companies. Of the six opinions published only one… Read more »

Submarines

Submarines

If I recall correctly, Trident submarines are an early model of ballistic missile sub and are equipped with nuclear missiles. In the US, the use of deadly force is authorized… Read more »

Odds and Ends

Odds and Ends

“What is it, Daddy?”

A Caveat

A Caveat

It should be said that my rant about the article on a “pro”-Israel petition in today’s Dartmouth is based on the utterances of people quoted by that news source. That… Read more »

Re: Harvard Law to ban “offensive language,” Emmett Hogan surrenders

Re: Harvard Law to ban “offensive language,” Emmett Hogan surrenders

Surrenders? Never! Into the breach!