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Monthly Archives: May 2004

Dartmouth Elementary School

Dartmouth Elementary School

Further proof that the administration treats us like grade-schoolers. From 3-legged races to “mess o’ pie,” there’s sure to be something for everyone. If this is what my student activity… Read more »

Cosby

Cosby

Best column I’ve seen in response to Bill Cosby’s controversial remarks on the anniversary of Brown v. Board of Ed Here, by Thomas Sowell

Re: Great Headline

Re: Great Headline

Perhaps a contest is in order? Post your favorite (i.e. worst) Daily Dartmouth headline on this thread, and the winner–judged by me–gets an Indian T-shirt. Make sure to include the… Read more »

Great Headline

Great Headline

The Daily Dartmouth’s headlines are usually pretty classic. Today, however, I think they topped themselves: “Campus addresses caterpillar problem.” Yes, add it to the pantheon of other issues the campus… Read more »

Local Foods at DDS

Local Foods at DDS

Date: Sat, 22 May 2004 11:55:41 -0400 Subject: LOCAL FOODS AT DDS From: Students For Local Food Who hasn’t had the urge to squeeze the tomatoes or grab the cucumber… Read more »

“The sons of old Dartmouth, the loyal sons of Dartmouth”…

“The sons of old Dartmouth, the loyal sons of Dartmouth”…

became “…the daughters of Dartmouth” The Naval Academy follows suit Here

The Dartmouth Mangles Review History

The Dartmouth Mangles Review History

This article in today’s D resorts to the same old College-approved half-truths as usual. Apparently, the Review had a problem with William Cole for being black–nothing more. This article is… Read more »

Irony

Irony

A second event this Tuesday, apparently an “Opposite Day” about which I was previously uninformed, will be Beer Chug Lessons courtesy of Parkhurst Hall. >Date: 16 May 2004 23:31:43 EDT… Read more »

The Correct View

The Correct View

Far be it from me to pass on a chance to chime in…. But what I have to say about Ken’s post (below) is simple: I don’t care what T.J…. Read more »

A Differing View

A Differing View

Not everyone is on the T.J. Rodgers bandwagon, it seems. The below comes from Ken Dahl, a ’68 and father of my roommate during my senior year. He asked that… Read more »