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Monthly Archives: January 2003

Re: Freedom of Association

Re: Freedom of Association

As Emmett posted below, UNC backed down and the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship will remain an official student group. Chancellor James Moeser said this to the AP: On balance, given that… Read more »

We’re #42!

We’re #42!

Seventeen ranks Dartmouth the 42nd “Coolest College” in their survey. Rice took the top spot. Mount Holyoke is #18, which is odd since Seventeen’s criteria included “opportunities to meet members… Read more »

Re: Books or Bust

Re: Books or Bust

Could the Dartmouth Bookstore’s current problems with the College and many departments have something to do with bookstore owner Dave Cioffi‘s affiliation with the Republican party? Cioffi is active in… Read more »

Notes from the Front Lines

Notes from the Front Lines

There’s an update on FIRE‘s efforts at UNC-Chapel Hill: they’ve caved, and only one day after we did our press release. They’ll be recognizing the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. We’ll be… Read more »

Books or bust, part 2

Books or bust, part 2

Meanwhile, a cordial e-mail from Wheelock Books: >Date: 02 Jan 2003 08:46:42 EST >From: Wheelock.Books@valley.net (Wheelock Books) >Subject: Winter Book Rush >To: (Recipient list suppressed) Happy New Year! We here… Read more »

Books or bust

Books or bust

The Dartmouth Bookstore was not kidding about scaling back on textbook offerings. Much is set up there already, but many departments have little or no courses provided for (including books… Read more »

Wireless in the Classroom

Wireless in the Classroom

The Times has a front-page article today on in-classroom wireless Internet use. Among other schools (mostly American University), Dartmouth gets a cite. Having taken advantage of wireless access while in… Read more »