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Monthly Archives: August 2003

So much for Dean’s populism getting more people involved

So much for Dean’s populism getting more people involved

Key facts from an article– 1- Two-thirds of Democrats still can’t name one of the candidates in the field for President. 2- Somehow, 40% of Democrats are satisfied with the… Read more »

Dartmouth X-country

Dartmouth X-country

Goooo team!

Well read?

Well read?

Kumar Garg, who doubts we’re well read, writes: I guess being a conservative really is a disease. So says a British psych study which “has concluded that conservatism can be… Read more »

He “figured it out”

He “figured it out”

Kumar Garg at FreeDartmouth: I Figured it Out: I always wondered whether Dartloggers really were reading as widely as their posts of obscure mentions of Dartmouth in the media might… Read more »

Name Debate

Name Debate

The Washington Post reports of a rift among those of the hispanic/latino descent in the U.S. as to what to be named. Some on campus are adamantly opposed to the… Read more »

Dartmouth Bookstore news

Dartmouth Bookstore news

An article in the Concord Monitor “If we don’t get our overhead down, it’s conceivable we could be closing,” said [part owner Dave] Cioffi.

Re: Food

Re: Food

Mark Yohalem ’02 writes: I assume they’re talking about Collis, which was always known for its baked goods, and had food prepared on the spot almost exclusively (stir-frys, smoothies, and… Read more »

Re: A fond reminiscence

Re: A fond reminiscence

Stan Horowitz writes: Notice that the NY Times article on Animal House doesn�t mention Dartmouth. Jim Wright must be very happy. Mr. Horowitz beat me to the punch. I thought… Read more »

Cramer-watch

Cramer-watch

’04 is on the Payton Award Watch Dartmouth senior Casey Cramer is the lone tight end among the 16 players on the Payton Award Watch while Harvard senior linebacker Dante… Read more »

A fond reminiscence

A fond reminiscence

Remember the old strategic vision for Dartmouth?