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Monthly Archives: January 2003

Re: My Earlier Post

Re: My Earlier Post

I said that Jimbo liked to issue “yet another ukase from on high.” This picture seems to capture that, I think. He looks like he’s about to read a scroll… Read more »

Victory for Dartmouth’s Swimming and Diving Teams

Victory for Dartmouth’s Swimming and Diving Teams

This is big news! How come no one had posted on it here? A choice selection: President James Wright said that the plan “is a wonderful example of how the… Read more »

Public Affairs press release

Public Affairs press release

It’s here and more information on the funding is here.

What that last post was about

What that last post was about

From: Pamela.S.Misener@Dartmouth.EDU Subject: Swimming and diving Dear Affiliated Group Officers: The college has made a decision in reference to the swimming and diving teams. The following letter is from Stan… Read more »

It’s my 21st and I’m still posting?

It’s my 21st and I’m still posting?

This whole Blogger thing must be addictive. >Date: 08 Jan 2003 17:45:35 EST >From: Student Assembly >Subject: SUCCESS!! >To: (Recipient list suppressed) Dear Fellow Students- This is a great day… Read more »

The usual uglies

The usual uglies

Frontpage on Harvard’s ROTC ban. It’s worth correcting that ROTC is not banned at Dartmouth, as the article reports. While returning ROTC to Harvard would be a symbolic gesture (given… Read more »

A History Lesson

A History Lesson

Here’s a neat little piece from National Review, featuring Dartmouth’s own Daniel Webster.

Kang on North Korea

Kang on North Korea

Government prof. David Kang comments in the Financial Times: George W. Bush’s administration is right to ease the pressure on the North Korean regime, since the events of the past… Read more »

Women’s hockey

Women’s hockey

After an exhilarating win over Ohio State last night, they play Findlay (?) tonight, again at Thompson at 7:00 p.m.

Winter Sports Update

Winter Sports Update

It was a good holiday season for Dartmouth Sports. The Men’s basketball team won its first holiday tournament since the 91-92 season, as they won the Poinsettia Holiday Classic by… Read more »