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Monthly Archives: August 2003

Re: Still running at the mouth

Re: Still running at the mouth

Glabe, When I applied, Dartmouth’s alumni giving rate was 60%. Apparently it had been 70% a few years before. And it’s been about the same since ’01 or so, which… Read more »

Still running at the mouth

Still running at the mouth

BlabberForce didn’t see fit to acknowledge our super-sleuthing re: the existing BlabberForce firm. But they did change their name in a hurry, eh? For the past month, we’ve been working… Read more »

Re: Ski Team

Re: Ski Team

I wouldn’t bet the farm on it, but I believe that the ski team *is* part of the Athletic Dept, but because of the outdoorsy bent of the ski program,… Read more »

Snow Snafu

Snow Snafu

As a result of both a regular audit of its athletic programs and an internal investigation of its own, Dartmouth College is preparing a report for the National Collegiate Athletic… Read more »

Blatherforce: Busted!?

Blatherforce: Busted!?

Review associate, the Rev. John Buckholz, has found Blabberforce’s smoking gun. Seems a few chaps from Babson founded their own Blabberforce with a slightly different purpose: “Our mission is to… Read more »

Dartmouth College in the Princeton Review

Dartmouth College in the Princeton Review

#5 “Lots of Beer” school, among other rankings: Dartmouth Rankings. Then again, the College’s own description of campus life for the Review’s survey is really strange.

How cute…

How cute…

That other blog has added to their name. They have appended Fair and Balanced to their already ironic moniker.

Kabir Sehgal, Master of Fine Prose.

Kabir Sehgal, Master of Fine Prose.

The Daily Dartmouth is noted, of course, for its delightful prose. Take, for example, this treat from today’s edition: “For only the second time this summer, beef strips will flow… Read more »

Dartmouth/Hanover news

Dartmouth/Hanover news

I went to a meeting of the Dartmouth Club of Long Island yesterday. There was a representative from the Alumni Affairs Office. Learned two interesting things. 1) The College went… Read more »

A worthy cause

A worthy cause

Why not donate to the Dartmouth Review, which is a 501c(3) charity? Just click the button on this page and you’re ready to go. Major credit cards accepted (even Discover,… Read more »