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Yearly Archives: 2002

Legal Music Trading

Legal Music Trading

Check out FurtherNet to legally trade live recordings of artists that permit that sort of thing. Yes, there’s a bit too much Grateful Dead and Phish, but there’s also a… Read more »

DAC shows some spine

DAC shows some spine

According to the Valley News, the Alumni Council has issued a statement critical of the administration’s cuts.

Your favorite bitter ’04

Your favorite bitter ’04

Just blitzed: >Date: 08 Dec 2002 02:20:56 EST >From: Alexander D. Talcott >Reply-To: alex.talcott >Subject: Delete >To: James E. Wright, James A. Larimore, Barry P. Scherr Go ahead. Delete this…. Read more »

Shiiitt!

Shiiitt!

Louisiana…

I don’t get it

I don’t get it

The Dartmouth is reporting that the College has recently turned downed earmarked alumni donations for the swim team. One of these was around 1.5 million dollars. The article also claims… Read more »

Shop for your school and country

Shop for your school and country

If you’re in Hanover, stop by the Gap and the pool in Berry. There are “Save the Rainforest” protesters outside of the Gap, one of whom is no more than… Read more »

Jewish Studies ads

Jewish Studies ads

Underenrolled departments often advertize their course offerings in The D. No news there. But in the latest issue of the Free Press, Jewish Studies runs two ads–one for a lecture,… Read more »

The class with class

The class with class

“Global Civility” etiquette class at Ohio State

Rubbers Revoked

Rubbers Revoked

Courtesy of Kristin’s brother, a 2L at NYU Law: From: “Ernesto Ferran- MD- Executive Director of University Health Services” Sent: Friday, December 06, 2002 3:19 PM Subject: CONDOM RECALL: LIFESTYLES… Read more »

Canadians Don’t Know Squat

Canadians Don’t Know Squat

Free speech is making a tentative comeback at Quebec’s Concordia University. Concordia, you may remember, banned all events — including public speeches, debates, rallies and exhibits — addressing the Middle… Read more »