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Monthly Archives: May 2004

Re: “Beh?”

Re: “Beh?”

“Can anyone figure out what this means?” I think it means that the people writing for the D need to be sent to remedial Reading-‘Riting-‘Rithmetic classes, seeing as they obviously… Read more »

Beh?

Beh?

From The Daily Dartmouth: Rodgers, whose candidacy was described as “insurgent” by the Wall Street Journal, has run on a platform of criticism against the Wright administration and existing direction… Read more »

Out to Get Us

Out to Get Us

Christopher Bateman ’05 has decided that his campaign to censor campus speech should continue and in fact spread to the rest of campus. In an e-mail just sent to many… Read more »

Still Good For a Laugh

Still Good For a Laugh

The Daily Dartmouth has produced another memorable Op-Ed page. Today, star columnist Amie Sugarman ’07, famous for her musings on campus safety, opined on the notorious Disney-Bush-Terror-Lies connection, while one-time… Read more »

On Jeffrey Immelt

On Jeffrey Immelt

and his succession of Jack Welch Here

Belated congratulations

Belated congratulations

Former Review editorHugo Restall ’92 became a member of the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal earlier this year. He was succeeded as editorial page editor of The Asian… Read more »

A NH lax affair

A NH lax affair

Dartmouth women to host UNH in the first round of the NCAA tourney

ILCS Game 2

ILCS Game 2

Dartmouth fell to Princeton 5-4 in 10 innings, losing the ILCS 2-0. Dartmouth got hosed on several close calls, the most noteable coming when the Dartmouth left fielder appeared to… Read more »

ILCS Game 1

ILCS Game 1

Princeton took game 1 this afternoon 14-3. It was 6-3 going into the ninth when Princeton scored 8 times thanks to 3 Dartmouth errors and some timely hitting. Dartmouth stranded… Read more »

Mike Remlinger ’88

Mike Remlinger ’88

Article on MLB.com about Remlinger and his mother, in honor of Mother’s Day tomorrow. He is expected back with the Chicago Cubs in a week or two after missing the… Read more »