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Monthly Archives: February 2004

Re: Charles as president

Re: Charles as president

yeah, you guys aren’t going to run afoul of federal regulations….riiiiiiight. In any case, congrats dude.

Congratulations

Congratulations

The Board of The Dartmouth Review met yesterday afternoon at the Hanover Inn and selected Joseph Rago ’05 as the new Editor in Chief and Charles Kluender ’04 as President…. Read more »

Hockey Madness Day #2

Hockey Madness Day #2

Women: #3 Dartmouth 3, Brown 2 What it means: Dartmouth wins the Ivy Title for the 3rd time in four years. Dartmouth moves into sole posession of 3rd place in… Read more »

Hockey Madness Abounds

Hockey Madness Abounds

Men: Dartmouth 3, Brown 0 What it means: Dartmouth has clinched a 1st round bye in the conference tournament. Their last home games will be the weekend of finals (March… Read more »

The dream is alive

The dream is alive

You may be glad to know that I heard from presidential candidate and third-place finisher in the New Hampshire Republican primary, John Buchanan, via e-mail today. Despite arrest and pending… Read more »

Campus expansion

Campus expansion

Check out the Valley News today. The online version only has the following excerpt: Fight Over Dartmouth Plan Begins Hanover — Dartmouth College is moving ahead with plans to build… Read more »

Re: Drugs.edu

Re: Drugs.edu

Drugs.edu

Drugs.edu

Readers are doubtless familiar with Google.com’s practice of altering its logo graphic with this or that holiday decoration at appropriate times of year. I opened the Dartmouth.edu home page today… Read more »

Not so fair and balanced

Not so fair and balanced

Sent out by Prof. Crumbine to a list of former students: >Date: 25 Feb 2004 07:56:52 EST >From: Nancy J. Crumbine >Subject: James Carroll on “The Passion” >To: (Recipient list… Read more »

More of Your Tuition Dollars at Work

More of Your Tuition Dollars at Work

This dandy little event comes from the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity, basically an office which assures that we have ‘enough’ minorities on campus. As intrguing as the office’s… Read more »