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Monthly Archives: January 2003

Ambassador Young

Ambassador Young

In an op-ed in today’s Daily Dartmouth, Kabir Seghal ’05 writes, “Ambassador Young has spent more than 35 years in public service. President Jimmy Carter appointed Andrew Young as the… Read more »

Better Dead Than Red

Better Dead Than Red

Well your dad was a commie.

Also…

Also…

Let’s not forget, these academic departments might be funding field trips for political rallies — at a time of budget cuts!

College Funds

College Funds

I think this was noted earlier (although it could have been in a personal email), but wouldn’t the use of such funds contravene the College’s non-profit status? Any lawyers out… Read more »

More on MAJOR Story

More on MAJOR Story

Here’s the email I sent to the chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. I sent similar emails to Dean Larimore and the chair of the Sociology Department. Feel… Read more »

MAJOR Story: The College Is Funding Political Causes

MAJOR Story: The College Is Funding Political Causes

Andrew Biteen ’04 has an excellent article in today’s Daily Dartmouth in which he condemns College funds being used for political activities. He cites Student Assembly cosponsorship of John Kerry’s… Read more »

To all in Hanover

To all in Hanover

I think it’s time for a Global Warming-themed front page of the Review.

AISES at Dartmouth

AISES at Dartmouth

While sending something to Greenprint, I stumbled accross the constitution for the AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SOCIETY AT DARTMOUTH. How many people can possibly be in this group?

Happy Milk Day

Happy Milk Day

Reader Philip Mone ’02 sends in his ruminations on the day: No work for me today. Time to reflect. “I didn’t get into law school because of the color of… Read more »

Dartmouth falls to UVM 6-4

Dartmouth falls to UVM 6-4

Dartmouth lost their first game of the year at Thompson Arena, falling to UVM 6-4 in a game which looked to be an easy win for the first 38 minutes…. Read more »