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Monthly Archives: June 2003

He Must Have Terrorized Himself…

He Must Have Terrorized Himself…

Charles Glander, a seminary student in Minnesota, has been charged with making terrorist threats because he scrawled a racial slur on his own truck. That’s right, his own truck. Actually,… Read more »

Hey, Graduates

Hey, Graduates

So, you just graduated from a prestigious Ivy League Uni, and, after four years of academic toil, you’re back at home doing nothing. Forget i-banking, forget consulting, why not be… Read more »

Nicolas Duquette ’04 responds

Nicolas Duquette ’04 responds

>Date: 08 Jun 2003 18:36:23 EDT >From: Nicolas J. Duquette >Reply-To: SunkCostsSunk >Subject: your blog >To: Alexander D. Talcott “the honesty to look closely at ourselves and what we do,… Read more »

Website

Website

The Website has been updated with the Commencement Issue, which is a) very long and b) almost entirely recycled material, save a good piece on Kucinich’s visit. For those who… Read more »

How dare President Wright

How dare President Wright

Now may be as good a time as any to call for the resignation of Dartmouth President James Wright. A number of conservatives, including our own Dinesh D’Souza, have successfully–hijacked,… Read more »

Others

Others

Mark P. Johnson has gone back and forth between the Mets and Triple-A ball, after coming over from the Pirates. Johnson, in addition to being a standout for Dartmouth on… Read more »

Alumni in the Pros

Alumni in the Pros

Sorry to the Yankee fans out there, but today’s victory by the Cubbies got me thinking about Dartmouth alums in the Majors. Mike Remlinger, RP, Chicago Cubs All in a… Read more »

A Dartmouth Lu’au

A Dartmouth Lu’au

Tomorrow night, the 50th anniversary dinner is going to be a lu’au. This is why it’s a big deal. “Apparently it’s okay have a lu’au for old people who might… Read more »

FIRE on MSNBC

FIRE on MSNBC

Tonight, at 6pm EST, FIRE’s legal director, Greg Lukianoff, will be a guess on MSNBC’s “Buchanan and Press.” He’ll be discussing “free speech zones” — i.e., censorship zones — on… Read more »