List/Grid

Monthly Archives: April 2004

It’s a small world.

It’s a small world.

Recently, the D has been running articles about a writer of theirs, Jenn Buck, who went to Iraq to cover the occupation. Well, one of my friends happens to have… Read more »

Our Tuition at Work

Our Tuition at Work

–> Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator Regurgitator

Most Unwired Campuses

Most Unwired Campuses

Dartmouth is number 5.

Our Newsweek darling

Our Newsweek darling

Gorsche’s latest

The Wrong Debate

The Wrong Debate

“There’s something unsettling about seeing prominent Democrats who spent the winter blasting Bush as a trigger-happy cowboy now faulting the president for not pulling the trigger in time.” The above… Read more »

Ahem

Ahem

Just to remark, Talcott, it was entertaining to read such gustatorial descriptions on Good Friday. But I’m sure you enjoyed yourself immensely.

Some local treats

Some local treats

After an afternoon of watching Dartmouth handle Penn in a baseball doubleheader, I went with a friend to Jasper Murdock’s Alehouse at the Norwich Inn. We both tried the Venison… Read more »

Standing alone

Standing alone

A lone demonstrator, a Hanover resident, stood during her lunch hour on the coner of Main and Wheelock Streets with a sign reading “No to occupation, no to empire.” Pedestrians… Read more »

eBay item

eBay item

A 1950 Dartmouth songbook Below the seal on the cover it says “1770.” Don’t we have 1769 on everything?

I’m speechless…

I’m speechless…

I never thought I’d see the day when Dartmouth would trumpet any conservative-validating scholarship. Yet today I see “[H]igher medicare spending linked to lower-quality care” on the College’s homepage. To… Read more »