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Monthly Archives: November 2003

A New Link

A New Link

Larry’s moved. We will add it (and a bunch of other stuff) to the links list soon. Email me if there’s a site that you think I should add.

A New Book on the Zantops

A New Book on the Zantops

The latest issue of The New Yorker has a short blurb on a new book about the Half and Susanne Zantop murders in January 2002. The book — Judgment Ridge… Read more »

Re: Amazing Moments in Academia

Re: Amazing Moments in Academia

Closer to home…. WINTER 2004 WGST 48 (students may take more than one WGST 48 class…see note at bottom) “Here and Queer: Placing Sexuality” Professor Kate Thomas Class Hour–2A Open… Read more »

Re: Textbook bias

Re: Textbook bias

Going beyond bias, that’s an awfully-slimmed down explanation of the early-1990s recession. I would go so far as to argue that it’s just wrong, implying a far-stronger connection than any… Read more »

Re: One of Dartmouth’s Best

Re: One of Dartmouth’s Best

Note also Irwin’s Cato connection, mentioned on the list.

One of Dartmouth’s best

One of Dartmouth’s best

Date: 01 Nov 2003 22:54:22 EST From: Elisabeth F. Sherman Subject: FREE TRADE UNDER FIRE To: (Recipient list suppressed) Tucker Social Justice Lecture “FREE TRADE UNDER FIRE” Douglas Irwin, Ph.D…. Read more »

Textbook bias

Textbook bias

In Environment, 4th edition by Raven & Berg, the textbook for Andy Friedland’s Environmental Studies 2: During the 1990s the United States continued to depend on foreign energy supplies and… Read more »

Hockey struggles to 2-1 win

Hockey struggles to 2-1 win

Edit 11/4/03: The linked box score is now correct and up-to-date with everything Dartmouth capped off a big sports weekend with a victory in the season opener for the men’s… Read more »

Dartmouth rolls over the Crimson

Dartmouth rolls over the Crimson

For the first time since their unbeaten 10-0 season in 1996, Dartmouth beat Harvard in Cambridge by a final of 30-16. Dartmouth held a lead of 16-9 going into halftime… Read more »

More MEChA Madness

More MEChA Madness

The Stanford Review, Stanford’s conservative newspaper, recently ran an article that ticked off many campus Hispanics: In an editorial titled �MEChA: Social Justice Group or KKK?� The Review called MEChA… Read more »