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Monthly Archives: August 2004

The Blackbird Papers

The Blackbird Papers

Has anyone read this Ian Smith Dartmouth murder mystery novel?

A little slow

A little slow

The Daily Dartmouth is running a preview of the changes to the Dartmouth website today. Unfortunately, it seems the writers and editors failed to notice that the site had already… Read more »

An oft overlooked alumnus

An oft overlooked alumnus

Why? The “Introduction to Dartmouth” page of the College website mentions some prominent alumni. We never seem to mention that we graduated a Chief Justice of the United States! Salmon… Read more »

New Dartmouth site now live

New Dartmouth site now live

The new version of Dartmouth’s webpage is now live. It seems that the College made none of the changes suggested here on Dartlog.

“Career contacts are just as good at Nebraska as at Dartmouth”

“Career contacts are just as good at Nebraska as at Dartmouth”

One of the reassurances offered here

Hottest college for the Tech-Savvy

Hottest college for the Tech-Savvy

Us, according to the Newsweek Kaplan College Guide

Another shameless plug

Another shameless plug

Closely examine the cover of The New Criterion’s forthcoming September issue. Among the names of its esteemed contributors, you will find Stefan Beck and James Panero; both of these TDR… Read more »

G. Rollo Begley can kill you.  Really.

G. Rollo Begley can kill you. Really.

Many of us scoffed when we considered that our beloved Rollo would shortly be defending our nation. Recent events in Fort Benning, GA, where Rollo has entered the white phase… Read more »

Re: An ancient, elite college?

Re: An ancient, elite college?

It’s now online here. Couple thoughts: Doesn’t this look positively outdated? That picture is so 1999! If you’re going to force people to use brand-new browsers to view the thing… Read more »

‘Recovered’ Dartmouth Deaniac on the web

‘Recovered’ Dartmouth Deaniac on the web

Self-described “Dartmouth Democrat, New Hampshire native [and] recovered Dean supporter” Sarah—presumably former Howard Dean campaign worker Sarah Ayres ’06—has started a new blog, titled “The Dartmouth Wing Of the Democratic… Read more »