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Monthly Archives: July 2003

Glabe-is Watch

Glabe-is Watch

Glabe may be on the way in as well…

Smellis Watch

Smellis Watch

“Could this be another example of the Administration destroying institutional memory via diktat to suit its whims and fancies? Or is the location of the fence of no historical import?”… Read more »

Re: Greenprint

Re: Greenprint

Correct me if I’m wrong, Nilly, but carrying around a stack of papers and claiming that you’d just been to Kiewit to retrieve a printout saved your own self from… Read more »

Animal House at 25

Animal House at 25

AP: In one scene, Belushi smashes a guitar. But it didn’t break on the first take. “He went ballistic,” said McGill, who played D-Day. “He was furious because he hated… Read more »

Greenprint

Greenprint

It looks like the College will start charging students for printing, because, not surprisingly, Greenprint has led to much more printing, and much more waste (20% increase, says the Daily… Read more »

Re: Everybody Loves Unrelated Stats

Re: Everybody Loves Unrelated Stats

…and it’s not the fault of all the Europeans. The Brits and others were keen in recent subsidy talks to scrap much of the program (even the Economist deemed their… Read more »

Ruth Marcus and the Union Leader: Perfect together.

Ruth Marcus and the Union Leader: Perfect together.

And to think that I’ve eaten many a burrito from that California Tortilla…

Re: Everyone Loves Unrelated Stats

Re: Everyone Loves Unrelated Stats

Not only is bad local government a major obstacle, but Gore failed to note that in the BBC article, it’s the European Union who is the subsidy culprit responsible for… Read more »

Everyone Loves Unrelated Stats

Everyone Loves Unrelated Stats

From the department of “If I throw these stats together maybe someone will think I actually made a point:” Over at freedartmouth, Nikhil Gore writes: “The BBC reports on the… Read more »

Re: Dartmouth’s Brand

Re: Dartmouth’s Brand

“New applications mean better students, better ratings and finally, raised prestige.” Not sure if I follow this logic.