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Yearly Archives: 2002

Beer pong “boring for blacks”?

Beer pong “boring for blacks”?

Student Christopher Rubinate sends in this excerpt from the Nov. 26 Daily Dartmouth: Director of the Center for Women and Gender Giovanna Munafro cited differences in culture as a factor… Read more »

Dartmouth’s callous librarians

Dartmouth’s callous librarians

Any of you who wandered past the Hood today probably noticed the black shroud over the sculpture usually lurking in the courtyard. Apparently it was covered in observance of “A… Read more »

Idiot Watch

Idiot Watch

Sacre bleu!

Ah-Hah!

Ah-Hah!

Here’s a link to the Weekly Standard article on Dartmouth from last week. It comes courtesy of Alex Wilson’s own Manhattan Institute. Hope everyone’s Thanksgiving was as good as mine.

Mon id�e fixe

Mon id�e fixe

Here is what S & S posted on the shooting: 11/07/02 9:41 a.m. Weapon Offense: The Department of Safety and Security received a report that a bullet hole had been… Read more »

The soda bar

The soda bar

In a corner of the Tabard’s filthy and trash-strewn basement rests a disused soda fountain, hoses and wiring strewn about it like tentacles. I asked a long-time house resident about… Read more »

More on LA Senate Race

More on LA Senate Race

Fox News is now reporting that Landrieu has an almost 17% lead over Terrell. It seems that this will probably dissolve into a squeaker, in the end.

Re: Correcting Rollo, Again

Re: Correcting Rollo, Again

Does anyone else get the feeling that “Correcting Rollo” is a particularly common theme on Dartlog? Remember that next time you feel like nagging me about my lack of TDR… Read more »

Correcting Rollo, Again

Correcting Rollo, Again

Rollo: You criticize me for criticizing the reasons given by the police when they arrested the demonstrators in Providence. Your error is in assuming I mean that all that is… Read more »

Alston

Alston

Do you honestly think that if the school divested in tobacco, then the schools endowment would end up in cash? I can understand saying that for the sake of proving… Read more »