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Monthly Archives: April 2004

Great reporting in the Valley News

Great reporting in the Valley News

on Cramer’s big draft day Here

Casey Cramer ’04 drafted by the Bucs

Casey Cramer ’04 drafted by the Bucs

He was taken in the 7th round of the NFL Draft with the 228th pick overall by the Tampa Bay Bucaneers. Yale tight end Nate Lawrie was also taken by… Read more »

Shanties and the Free State Project

Shanties and the Free State Project

Reader Mile Lorrey comments on a recent post: Yes, it was my senior year of high school at Lebanon, I was an editor of the school newspaper, and one of… Read more »

That was fast

That was fast

Princeton men’s bball names its new head coach: “Joe Scott, a New Jersey native who coached the Air Force basketball team to unprecedented heights after helping the Princeton basketball team… Read more »

Hope for Republicans in the Upper Valley?

Hope for Republicans in the Upper Valley?

A legislative redistricting plan crafted by New Hampshire Republicans has subdivided a seven-member Upper Valley district, splitting Lyme and heavily Democratic Hanover from the more conservative towns of Canaan, Enfield,… Read more »

You Can’t Keep a Bad Idea Down Forever

You Can’t Keep a Bad Idea Down Forever

Here I am in Criminal Law class, and what pops into my inbox but the Daily Dartmouth’s email, letting me know thatSA to provide bicycles for campus through a “Rides… Read more »

Re: Fame lasts a minute; infamy lasts a lifetime

Re: Fame lasts a minute; infamy lasts a lifetime

“Long-term residents of the Hanover plain will remember when Dartmouth Review staffers destroyed a shanty-town erected on the Green to push for divestment from Africa.” Depending on your interpretation of… Read more »

Dartmouth narrows men’s bball coach search

Dartmouth narrows men’s bball coach search

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Another Ivy basketball coaching vacancy

Another Ivy basketball coaching vacancy

Princeton’s John Thompson is heading to Georgetown. Dartmouth’s Dave Faucher announced his resignation mid-season.

Fame lasts a minute; infamy lasts a lifetime

Fame lasts a minute; infamy lasts a lifetime

In today’s D, Justin Rubin ’95 recalls the halcyon days of the Review: “Long-term residents of the Hanover plain will remember when Dartmouth Review staffers destroyed a shanty-town erected on… Read more »