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Yearly Archives: 2003

U of Vermont may leave ECAC

U of Vermont may leave ECAC

The University of Vermont announced today that it has initiated discussions that could lead to its men’s and women’s hockey teams leaving the ECAC for Hockey East (HEA). No timeline… Read more »

Re: Not “Dr.”

Re: Not “Dr.”

Many newspapers (incl. the Times) will only use the title “Dr.” for newsmakers who specifically request it. Yes, it is a good way to chart public figures’ insecurity. Anyway, I… Read more »

Sacerdote in the Christian Science Monitor

Sacerdote in the Christian Science Monitor

…[D]oes living and working with other smart people really boost a student’s performance? A cluster of recent studies suggest the answer is less than clear. “It’s mostly been assumption up… Read more »

Career Services blitz bulletin

Career Services blitz bulletin

Done at noon? Sounds like a drinkin’ party Date: 17 Dec 2003 16:03:58 -0500 From: Teresa.K.Hawko@Dartmouth.edu (Teresa K. Hawko) (make list) Subject: Thurs noon closing ——————————————————————————– Career Services will be… Read more »

A major Dartmouth luckily does not offer

A major Dartmouth luckily does not offer

American Studies

It’s his last season

It’s his last season

“We knew they were a quicker team,” Dartmouth Coach Dave Faucher said. “I don’t like to use the word slow, I think we’re a controlled team and, overall, I thought… Read more »

Not “Dr.”

Not “Dr.”

Not in editorial or features writing for the Wall Street Journal.

Re: ???

Re: ???

Actually, Andrew, Mr. (wouldn’t it be “Dr.”?) Blanchflower is best known (I know) for being a not-too-cool guy.

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When a woman cheats on her husband in a lesbian affair, it isn’t adultery. At least so says the New Hampshire Supreme Court in a 3-2 ruling. The court ruled… Read more »

Piss-poor performance and turnout

Piss-poor performance and turnout

Dartmouth loses 56-45 to UNH, shooting just 3-21 from three-point territory, to a “crowd” of 550 at the Verizon Wireless Center in Manchester, which holds 11,000. There was a snowstorm,… Read more »