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Monthly Archives: April 2003

Poetry Is Dead

Poetry Is Dead

Or so says Newsweek, at least. To prove them wrong, read this. Or this. Or this. (Grossman tipped me off to the article.) UPDATE You know, when I googled for… Read more »

Re: Emmett Please…

Re: Emmett Please…

Never fear Alston, just a good-natured ribbing. I’ve been nothing but impressed with your fine stewardship of the Review. Clearly, though, the structure of the sentence seems to suggest that… Read more »

SA Elections

SA Elections

For the past several years, as both a student and alum I have been the designated “Review guy who cares enough about Student Assembly to write about the elections. Well,… Read more »

Emmett please…

Emmett please…

The operative word in the article cited was “about,” as in we had written ABOUT Prof. Grantham. You should have checked our archives to read the actual article, a seminal… Read more »

Whaddayaknow

Whaddayaknow

The D is not afraid to mention the Review, after all… Although mentioning an article that leftie prof Shelby Grantham wrote in its pages as evidence of her “left-wing credentials”… Read more »

Trustee Elections

Trustee Elections

Well, the deadline is tonight at midnight, and I’ve made my choice: John J. Donahoe ’82. He was Greek, an econ major (which means probably very sensible), a businessman (which… Read more »

More Historical Revisionism

More Historical Revisionism

This time, they’re rewriting history in California…

In Your Pants response from Nicolas Duquette ’04

In Your Pants response from Nicolas Duquette ’04

>Date: 28 Apr 2003 18:04:47 EDT >From: Nicolas J. Duquette >Reply-To: GivingTheTime >Subject: dartlog >To: Alexander D. Talcott What’s so weird about that “in your pants” blitz? Most of the… Read more »

Is The Daily Dartmouth Racist?

Is The Daily Dartmouth Racist?

Seems so! Check out how they lead one article from today’s issue: mcCongressman James McDermott (D-Wash.) delivered scathing criticism of the Bush administration and its foreign and domestic policies yesterday,… Read more »

Tyrant, Fugitive…Birthday Boy.

Tyrant, Fugitive…Birthday Boy.

Rollo’s charming toast to Saddam’s 66th: “I’ll raise a glass to him. I mean, in order to keep my good beer even further from his spot in hell.” Cheers.