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Monthly Archives: August 2004

Women’s hockey news

Women’s hockey news

Current and former Dartmouth players are gathering in Lake Placid for the U-22 tournament. The Article on the unofficial reunion from Monday’s Valley News was written by a Dartmouth alum,… Read more »

A former Reviewer in the news

A former Reviewer in the news

Former Review Editor-in-Chief Andrew Grossman ’02 has co-authored an op-ed in Thursday’s USA Today on statistical methods used to calculate employment.

Dartmouth President Emeritus McLaughlin Dead

Dartmouth President Emeritus McLaughlin Dead

An e-mail from current President James Wright announced the sad news. More will undoubtedly follow, but our condolences to the family. Dear Friends, It is with deep sadness that I… Read more »

Reviewer takes on censorship

Reviewer takes on censorship

In a letter in the Daily Dartmouth, Daniel Linsalata ’07 denounces recent calls for internet filters in the College libraries.

New campus political journal

New campus political journal

Today’s Daily D describes a new campus publication, the Dartmouth Independent, which seeks to present both liberal and conservative points of view in a point-counterpoint format. According to the D,… Read more »

The Fuller Audit and Redman’s email

The Fuller Audit and Redman’s email

Another reason Greek organizations may be suffering low occupancy is the so-called Fuller Audit, a College-funded examination on the physical plants of fraternities and sororities that required houses to undergo… Read more »

Redman

Redman

Check out this blitz he sent: Good day to all. I am writing to let you know of a problem confronting both the College and CFS system. All of you… Read more »

For Rago, who hates Dr. Seuss

For Rago, who hates Dr. Seuss

Somehow, pictures of a threesome between the Cat-in-the-Hat, the Grinch, and Cindy-Lou Who might be a good way to extort 2.5 million from Geisel’s ’20 widow. Insert additional jokes here.

Debating Nothing

Debating Nothing

In another seminal piece in today’s Daily D, guest contributor Patrick Mattimore ’72, in an op-ed piece, rants against legacy admissions. Not only does he spend the first half of… Read more »

More on Websites

More on Websites

Joe Malchow sends in a link to the Cornell website redesign weblog. What’s that? Are you saying that Cornell has a weblog so that the community, including students, faculty, and… Read more »