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Monthly Archives: October 2003

Hopefully Fiedler ’94 can hold on

Hopefully Fiedler ’94 can hold on

John Clayton of ESPN isn’t so sure.

Weekend Sports

Weekend Sports

For those of you headed to Boston this weekend, a reminder that the Dartmouth-Harvard game at Harvard Stadium kicks off at 12:30. The game is being televised by the YES… Read more »

Trouble in paradise?

Trouble in paradise?

Here is an amusing post from the new blog Lady-Likely, the mouthpiece of an all-female DFP splinter cell. Methinks this site will be worth monitoring.

Re: Homecoming Heartbreak

Re: Homecoming Heartbreak

WFRD is 99Rock. The AM station is WDCR…

Homecoming Heartbreak

Homecoming Heartbreak

From: Jennifer A. Kosty Reply-To: BlueCanaryInTheOutletByTheLightSwitch Subject: Homecoming Heartbreak (and Hookups) To: (Recipient list suppressed) heartbreak, hookups, and horror stories! Was your homecoming weekend bad, good (perhaps too good?) –… Read more »

Conservative Discourse

Conservative Discourse

Berkeley Professor George Lakoff is claiming to know the secret of conservatives’ recent electoral success. The reason, he opines, is simple: By dictating the terms of national debate, conservatives have… Read more »

A Century of Seuss

A Century of Seuss

PR Newswire: Letters, letters, everywhere, written in longhand. A stamp, a stamp is needed, for mail to cross the land. Which one – just one? – should we use, then?… Read more »

Horrible

Horrible

On our precious campus in this precious town to this precious man… A widely circulating e-mail: Jim, the C&A’s delivery guy, was robbed between AD and Heorot tonight at around… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Libraries in the news

Dartmouth’s Libraries in the news

In today’s Valley News, Alex Hanson slams Dartmouth on its library management. Sound familiar? It should.

New Issue Up

New Issue Up

Our third issue of the term is now online. Contents include an interview with a condemnation of the delivery policy by FIRE’s Harvey Silverglate, why freshmen should rush the field,… Read more »