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Monthly Archives: July 2003

RE: FIRE

RE: FIRE

Emmett, always eager for an opportunity to give FIRE a shout-out. But we’re all eager to see your mug on the FIRE staff page. We’re waiting…

Hugo Restall ’92 in the WSJ

Hugo Restall ’92 in the WSJ

A number of you had the opportunity to meet and dine with former Review editor, and current editorial page editor of the Asian WSJ, Hugo Restall ’92 spring term (at… Read more »

Re: Fire in The Atlantic Monthly

Re: Fire in The Atlantic Monthly

Eek: sexual harassment [can be] subtle and indirect, possibly even unintentional I’d forgotten that wonderful language. Men, take note: so little as walking around campus with a copy of Rolling… Read more »

FIRE in The Atlantic Monthly

FIRE in The Atlantic Monthly

Here’s a neat piece by Stuart Taylor in The Atlantic Monthly about FIRE’s doings. It mentions Dartmouth’s speech code, too. Thanks to Scott Glabe for passing it on to me.

Dartmouth’s GOP

Dartmouth’s GOP

James Baehr writes in today’s D to criticize an article from last Friday on the “Dartmouth Loves America” rally that was — ahem — “staged” by the College Republicans. As… Read more »

Kobe-Dartmouth Connection

Kobe-Dartmouth Connection

The DA who will decide whether or not to file charges against Kobe Bryant is a Dartmouth grad.

Like Berkeley without the pretentions

Like Berkeley without the pretentions

That’s how Dartmouth was described tonight on “City Confidential” on A&E in an episode about the Zantop murders. Has it gotten that bad? While the show was interesting, the script… Read more »

Ivy League Shakedowns

Ivy League Shakedowns

I’m so irritated at the College and its policies that I long ago decided to not give them a dime. This has led to my practice of giving the wrong… Read more »

Wesley Watch

Wesley Watch

These appear to be fightin’ words, at least coming from the previously tight-lipped Clark. The General appears to be at least contemplating the 2004 race after a vigorous draft attempt…. Read more »

My editorial today

My editorial today

Well I’m glad they printed it, but the Daily D did defang it quite a bit. So I thought I’d post the sentences that they must have felt were too… Read more »