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Monthly Archives: August 2003

Dining at Dartmouth

Dining at Dartmouth

I hadn’t noticed this before, but I think it’s stretching the truth a bit: According to “Food and Man at Yale” (news article, Aug. 16), David Davidson, who runs the… Read more »

The Schick Quattro

The Schick Quattro

Dartmouth marketing professor Kevin Keller says it depends on �whether men believe that after seven days the blade has lost its pop.�

Gen. Wesley K. Clark for prez?

Gen. Wesley K. Clark for prez?

Prof. Linda Fowler on the former NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe: Clark’s military background could position him as a strong candidate on defense, the area where current Democratic contenders… Read more »

We spoiled this stadium’s debut in 1903

We spoiled this stadium’s debut in 1903

Harvard Stadium turns 100

Says It All

Says It All

Grossman has previously referenced Dartmouth’s self-description of campus life on the Princeton Review web site. Its general description begins: “Dartmouth College, founded in 1769, is one of the foremost universities… Read more »

Re: Prophecies

Re: Prophecies

As of the Dartmouth Club of Long Island meeting last weekend, a representative of the Office of Alumni Relations was still offering the #2 behind Princeton ranking. He said the… Read more »

Re: This Day in Blabbery…

Re: This Day in Blabbery…

Don’t forget the references in “The Simpsons” too – especially trick pouring counting for course credit at Dartmouth College. And really, what movie stands up to the test of time… Read more »

Prophecies Fulfilled

Prophecies Fulfilled

Thursday, I predicted Dartmouth’s alumni giving rank would fall from #2 in U.S. News this year. Using my premium online subscription (don’t ask), I have culled the following ominous data:… Read more »

Speaking of U.S. News…

Speaking of U.S. News…

Hot off the proverbial press: 1. Princeton University 1. Harvard University 3. Yale University 4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5. California Institute of Technology 5. Duke University 5. Stanford University… Read more »

This Day in Blabbery

This Day in Blabbery

Review associate Eddie Bertran weighs in on the controversy in today’s D. I’ve been on the fence about this whole issue thus far, but Eddie’s lucid and confident apologia of… Read more »