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Monthly Archives: November 2002

Re: An action plan

Re: An action plan

I guess I should not be shocked, since I sort of knew it existed, but just seeing “Office of Black Student Advising” on that blitz is somewhat disturbing. When are… Read more »

Rats!

Rats!

They’re on to us!

Google

Google

The latest National Review Online contribution by John Derbyshire is oh-so-pertinent to the realities of student research, sourcing, fact-checking, etc.

A Celebrity in Our Midst

A Celebrity in Our Midst

Alison Fanelli,.who received a Masters of Science at Dartmouth this past spring, is still performing with the Dodecs a capella group. Ms. Fanelli may be better known to you all… Read more »

Hmm

Hmm

“It’s a good thing that ORL has the flexibility to say it is acting on principle, but then cave when it comes to action.” This reminds me of someone else.

The Free Press Loves Us

The Free Press Loves Us

From the “Week in Review”-wannabe “Commonshare” section on the back page of the most recent issue of the DFP: “The Review Ousts Administration in Defiant Coup Want to step up… Read more »

Help ’em

Help ’em

No longer scalp ’em. Psi U cares. From the blitz auto-reply of a brother: HELP PROTECT A WOMAN AND HER CHILDREN!!! WISE, the women’s shelter of the upper valley, has… Read more »

James Zogby lecture

James Zogby lecture

RE: an earlier inquiry by Menashi, a blitz response from Rocky Outreach explained to me, “He came down with something a few hours befoere (sic) he was supposed to fly… Read more »

From the archives

From the archives

An interesting interview with Lamar Alexander, former plaid-wearing presidential candidate, Secretary of Education, and Governor of Tennessee, current Senator-elect, and hopefully Pres. Wright’s successor. Actually, with all the Hu Jintao… Read more »

Our Friends at the California Review

Our Friends at the California Review

Imitation is the highest form of flattery.