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Monthly Archives: June 2003

Quick Question

Quick Question

Is anyone — or does anyone know — a young conservative in southern California? Email me — emmett — at — thefire.org.

Hue and Cry over “Whiteness Studies”

Hue and Cry over “Whiteness Studies”

To read this puff piece from The Washington Post, you wouldn’t know there’s a hue and cry at all. That said, if “whiteness studies” means Great Books, scotch tasting, and… Read more »

‘Blog Directory

‘Blog Directory

Got a weblog? Add it to the Dartmouth weblog directory. There aren’t too many in it at the moment, but that’s probably because there aren’t too many out there. Send… Read more »

“I Know What I Like, and I Like a Lot of It”

“I Know What I Like, and I Like a Lot of It”

Well, you get a lot of it, that’s for sure. The question is what “it” is. (Thanks — I guess — to Molly Feltner for passing this along.)

Fraud on a Massive Scale

Fraud on a Massive Scale

Over on Critical Mass, Erin O’Connor is blogging about a very intriguing book by historian Keith Windschuttle called The Fabrication of Aboriginal History: Volume One, Van Diemen’s Land 1803-1847. The… Read more »

To the rescue

To the rescue

Senator Judd Gregg comes through for 2003 Dartmouth valedictorian

A tease

A tease

An excerpt of an article by Jeffrey Hart in The New Criterion

Take That, Stanley Fish!

Take That, Stanley Fish!

With gusto and aplomb, FIRE’s legal director, Greg Lukianoff, annihilates Stanley Fish’s fatuous assertion that there are “just not that many” free speech issues on college campuses today. Well done… Read more »

“Regime Change on the Charles”

“Regime Change on the Charles”

In The Weekly Standard, Hugh Hewitt ponders the possibilities of Larry Summers’ refreshing tenure at the helm of Harvard.

Right and Wrong

Right and Wrong

Stanley Fish writes in the Chronicle that free speech issues are rarely in sight on American campuses. He’s right in that too often free speech is used as the only… Read more »