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Monthly Archives: June 2003

The Latest From FIRE

The Latest From FIRE

At Cal Poly, in San Luis Obispo, a conservative student has been found guilty of the heinous crime of “disruption.” What, you ask, did this monstrous student do? He tried… Read more »

Wow!

Wow!

I know I shouldn’t like to things from Andrew Sullivan, but I really did find this example of trendy European academic anti-semitism incredibly appalling.

Fuega

Fuega

What do you know? I’ve made it into one of the biggest Spanish language newspapers in the world. Es muy bueno!

Wright’s selective memory

Wright’s selective memory

In response to Rollo’s post: Wright *must* be referring to our school’s founding for the benefit of New Hampshire’s natives. Of course, whenever the Indian mascot is brought up, everybody… Read more »

President Wright

President Wright

released an initial statement on the Michigan cases yesterday. The statement doesn’t really say anything except that there will be more to come, but I’m really curious about one line:… Read more »

Way to go

Way to go

I happened upon this in the May 24 National Journal. Congrats are in order. Media People The Washington Monthly is getting a new editor to succeed Joshua Green, who wrote… Read more »

Interesting OpEd

Interesting OpEd

in the Daily D today. Interesting because it paraphrases many of the Review’s stances over the last couple years, and uses the specific examples on which we’ve harped (libraries, Dean… Read more »

More NHL Draftees

More NHL Draftees

Lee Stempniak ’05 was taken in the 5th round today by the St. Louis Blues. Stempniak led the team with 49 points last season. Also drafted in the ninth round… Read more »

Pink Eye: New Research

Pink Eye: New Research

Reuters: Researchers who investigated a 2002 outbreak of conjunctivitis, a type of eye infection also called “pink-eye,” among students at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire have said the germs may… Read more »

Jessiman taken 12th Overall in NHL Draft

Jessiman taken 12th Overall in NHL Draft

Forward Hugh Jessiman ’06 was taken by the New York Rangers with the 12th pick in the NHL Draft. He becomes the highest draftee ever from the ECAC, and is… Read more »