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Monthly Archives: November 2002

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

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

From the Boston Globe (via alert reader Philip Mone ’02): A Harvard Law School committee announced plans yesterday to draft a speech code that would ban harassing, offensive language from… Read more »

I Don’t Know Where to Begin

I Don’t Know Where to Begin

Okay, okay, so the D has an article this morning on a pro-Israel petition that’s being circulated at Dartmouth. Great news, you say, as do I. (In fact, I wish… Read more »

From Kiewit

From Kiewit

The Office of Alumni Relations is responsible for the creation, maintenance, and general oversight of all Alumni accounts. Information about the Vox Alumni Network is posted at its Web site,… Read more »

Ammo Day

Ammo Day

Do you think The D knows that it reviewed the Grafton County Fish and Game Association on National Ammo Day?

NY Times, wrong again

NY Times, wrong again

How out-of-touch can one paper be? The Times ain’t faring well in an ESPN.com poll. With 34,229 votes in so far, 86% disagree with an editorial’s contention that Tiger Woods… Read more »

Alumni email outage?

Alumni email outage?

Any Dartlog contributors on campus have any information on the alumni mail server? It has been down for most of the afternoon. There might be something in the “Computing –… Read more »

Puh-leeze

Puh-leeze

I was hyperventilating about this last week.

Kirstein suspended, Emmett Hogan already hyperventilating

Kirstein suspended, Emmett Hogan already hyperventilating

Prof. Peter Kirstein of St. Xavier University has been sanctioned by the school’s administrstration, reports the Tribune, for sending a vitriolic email to an Air Force Academy cadet. The cadet… Read more »

Is this supposed to be reassuring?

Is this supposed to be reassuring?

“November 18 Hanover Police Press Release: “Update: Following its investigation into a sexual assault reported to have occurred on November 9th at the Tabard House, the Hanover Police Department is… Read more »

Bollinger Caves

Bollinger Caves

Columbia University’s president, Lee Bollinger, has finally decided to allow the Army to recruit at the University’s law school, in violation, he says, of his own deep moral convictions (and… Read more »