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Monthly Archives: January 2004

Re: Jeering at Bush

Re: Jeering at Bush

Sorry Nilly, but I disagree entirely. Sitting around and bloviating for laughs among our kind is one thing. I’m sure it happens at the offices of The Free Press, and… Read more »

Jeer-free zone

Jeer-free zone

The College Republicans are hosting a conservative-safe viewing of the President’s State of the Union address. Pizza and drinks will be provided, and you won’t have to leave your comfort… Read more »

interesting, i guess

interesting, i guess

>Date: 20 Jan 2004 16:28:01 EST >From: Luis-Alejandro Dinnella-Borrego >Subject: The Student Reform Movement >To: (Recipient list suppressed) There are many problems facing the American nation. Some are visible and… Read more »

Honoring Rev. King

Honoring Rev. King

The keynote speaker for Dartmouth’s 21-day Rev. King celebration was Shanta Driver, the national coordinator of United for Equality and Affirmative Action (UEAA) and the national director of the Coalition… Read more »

Jeering at Bush

Jeering at Bush

The Young Democrats are hosting an event tonight in Rocky 1 “to jeer at President Bush while he stumbles through his last State of the Union address.” How respectful.

Re: Uh Oh

Re: Uh Oh

Here’s my favorite: George W. Bush caused the Cubs to lose to the Marlins in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series so that big corporations, oil companies, and… Read more »

Uh oh

Uh oh

Al Franken and the New York Times may be out of business. It’s The George W. Bush Conspiracy Generator.

Amusing

Amusing

Over the break, I re-read Wolfe’s A Man in Full. Within it, there is an amusing section (well, I thought the whole book was amusing) about African-American leaders and their… Read more »

Hockey takes 3 of four points from North Country pair

Hockey takes 3 of four points from North Country pair

Dartmouth broke its three-game winless streak by defeating the Saints of St. Lawrence University 5-3 last night at Thompson Arena. Mike Ouellette ’06 had a hat trick and added an… Read more »

Haines back in town

Haines back in town

Robert Haines was on campus today, his first visit since last term. Donning a new full beard, he was seen on the Green campaigning and recruiting for the Haines 11th… Read more »