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Monthly Archives: March 2004

Olympic trials in track and field

Olympic trials in track and field

This summer in Sacramento, four Dartmouth people: Sean Furey ’04 (javelin throw) Mustafa Abdur-Rahim ’04 (decathalon) Adam Nelson ’97 (shot put; silver medal, 2000 Olympics) Alex Ghanotakis ’96 (discuss; competing… Read more »

Spring Break Sports

Spring Break Sports

Just got back from Southern California, where the Dartmouth softball team struggled out of the gate but deserved a better fate. Though they finished their season opening trip to California… Read more »

Haines sighting

Haines sighting

I kid you not. While scoping out the George Washington University Law campus, I found a crowd of students gathered outside of a building with many obvious Secret Service agents… Read more »

It’s Not Just at the Top

It’s Not Just at the Top

Apparently, student body politics is getting nastier, too. (Well, presumably, at those schools where it makes a difference.) So MSNBC is claiming, anyway, and while I believe it’s true, this… Read more »

More on Rodgers

More on Rodgers

He’s in the latest edition of Tongue-Tied.

Re: Drudge Link

Re: Drudge Link

That’s very interesting. Will an endorsement follow?

Re: Vote for Rodgers

Re: Vote for Rodgers

Those of you who have already voted for Rodgers no doubt have noticed that his name appears on the electronic ballot, right after the three “approved” candidates. This is a… Read more »

Vote for Rodgers

Vote for Rodgers

From Troy Blanchard ’05: Great story on Rodgers that shows he’s on our side

Re: Dartmouth wins!

Re: Dartmouth wins!

Just to add on to what Alex posted: Eric Przepiorka’s goal 20 seconds into the 3rd period was a thing of beauty. He had the puck along the far-side boards,… Read more »

Dartmouth wins!

Dartmouth wins!

Dartmouth men’s hockey beats RPI 1-0, with its second shutout in as many days. Dartmouth killed a number of RPI power plays. RPI matched Dartmouth’s level of physicality. Dartmouth had… Read more »