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Monthly Archives: April 2004

Princeton hockey search

Princeton hockey search

Dartmouth assistant coach Dave Peters is in the running for the head coaching spot at Princeton.

Basic Turns 40

Basic Turns 40

Slashdot thread: 5 REM nam37 codes 10 PRINT “In 1963 two Dartmouth College math professors had a radical” 20 PRINT “idea – create a computer language muscular enough to harness”… Read more »

Men’s bball coach finalists

Men’s bball coach finalists

Colorado assistant Terry Dunn, Penn assistant Gil Jackson, Williams head coach Dave Paulsen, and George Washington assistant Steve Pikiell reportedly will be invited to Hanover for interviews. Full story here… Read more »

RRU

RRU

Reviewers, I hope many of our children will end up either at Dartmouth or here.

Your culture’s no better than mine; we just didn’t have marchland advantage and access to the sea

Your culture’s no better than mine; we just didn’t have marchland advantage and access to the sea

Seniors may remember this title as summer reading before matriculation. So, freshman fall and senior spring, our undergraduate years bookended by geographical determinism and cultural equivalence. Irony Alert: the lecture… Read more »

Prof. Samwick on the White House Homepage

Prof. Samwick on the White House Homepage

Econ professor and new Director of the Rockefeller Center, Andrew Samwick answers questions at this interactive part of the site along with other members of the administration

“I Still Live”

“I Still Live”

Daniel Webster, senator from Massachusetts, addressed a gathering Wednesday night at North Hampton Library with the kind of eloquence unheard from public officials since sometime before the turn of the… Read more »

Former Provost Susan Prager…

Former Provost Susan Prager…

is a finalist in the search for the next president of the University of Utah. Now the dean of UCLA Law School, Prager’s competitors are Loren Crabtree, vice president of… Read more »

Bucs Coach John Gruden on the Ivy Leaguers

Bucs Coach John Gruden on the Ivy Leaguers

Here On Lawrie: �He came to our facility 10-12 days ago,� revealed Gruden. �He�s a big tight end, a productive tight end from Yale. He is the son of a… Read more »

Baseball nearly clinched Red Rolfe Division

Baseball nearly clinched Red Rolfe Division

With a 2-game lead heading into the final weekend, if Dartmouth (22-11, 13-3 Ivy) splits the upcoming series with Harvard, they will clinch the Red Rolfe Division and host the… Read more »