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Monthly Archives: May 2003

Re: Great Moments

Re: Great Moments

It certainly pales next to the French understanding of Jew-bashing. Our home-grown anti-Semites have a lot to learn.

Re: Great Moments in Dartmouth Discourse

Re: Great Moments in Dartmouth Discourse

I’m not sure either comment is anti-Semitic, though Jewpublican begins to push up towards the line. There’s simply something very unsavory about people who constantly claim to be fighting the… Read more »

The Mascot Wars

The Mascot Wars

So the Student Assembly held an unofficial poll on the mascot. In a move straight from Bashir al-Assad’s playbook on democracy, the Indian was not allowed as an option. Despite… Read more »

Great Moments in Dartmouth Discourse

Great Moments in Dartmouth Discourse

Nick Duquette:“If you would like to promote women’s rights and eliminate prostitution, go take Econ 1 and then get out in the real world and start fixing things. Take Lynne… Read more »

Re: Ryan’s post

Re: Ryan’s post

Ryan, I think you forgot the letters H-O-L-E in the last word of your post.

Re: Commencement Address

Re: Commencement Address

The Rockford paper is publishing emails from people around the country who read about the Hedges speech. This one is my favorite. Too bad we all can’t be as enlightened… Read more »

Liberals Congratulate Each Other

Liberals Congratulate Each Other

I wonder if this prize would ever go to a conservative student. What “isms” can we fight? Here’s my favorite line: “In wearing the signs and just speaking out about… Read more »

Men’s Hockey schedule for 2003-2004

Men’s Hockey schedule for 2003-2004

Though this isn’t official yet, here’s what next season’s schedule is setting up to be. From an objective standpoint, it’s one helluva schedule, and should be applauded, as Dartmouth takes… Read more »

Sorry FreePressers…

Sorry FreePressers…

Dartlog was down this morning due to a temporary glitch. We are, however, back in business.

Wah-Hoo-Chao

Wah-Hoo-Chao

Former Review editor Hugo Restall ’92 lands Sen. Mitch McConnell with a piece on his Asian Wall Street Journal editorial page. One of Washington’s first couples, Sen. McConnell is married… Read more »