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Monthly Archives: August 2004

Another slow news day?

Another slow news day?

Justin Neiman ’06 is writing what he calls a “humorous” article profiling fraternity dogs for tomorrow’s Daily Dartmouth. Fraternity members will supply “funny quotes” about the canines, plus their ages… Read more »

An ancient, elite college?

An ancient, elite college?

This new website design sure won’t make us look like one in terms of web image. It looks like it was designed for a summer enrichment program or something. The… Read more »

Zywicki Back on Volokh

Zywicki Back on Volokh

After a year at the FTC, alumnus Todd Zywicki is free again and visiting at Georgetown. Read his commentary on the Volokh Conspiracy (which is worth reading anyway, of course).

Professor Irwin in the Journal

Professor Irwin in the Journal

Economics professor Douglas Irwin penned an article (subscription only) for today’s Wall Street Journal that takes on critics of globalization and free trade. He especially emphasizes that globalization and “outsourcing”… Read more »

“I knew them when”

“I knew them when”

Some of us will someday maybe be able to say: “I saw them hone their skills with Dog Day in the Hyphen,” and few will know what we’re talking about…. Read more »

Speaking of FIRE

Speaking of FIRE

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education is currently looking to fill two full-time positions: development officer and program officer. FIRE — my old stomping grounds, for those of you… Read more »

The Occidental President

The Occidental President

The buffoonery is in full effect at California’s Occidental College, according to this piece by Mike Adams, a professor at the University of North Carolina. Occidental President Ted Mitchell has… Read more »

It’s as if he never left

It’s as if he never left

Howard Dean—former Vermont governor, former Democratic presidential candidate and current object of Democrats’ affections—will be appearing yet again at Dartmouth. In what organizers are touting as “the first time a… Read more »

Ivies in the minors

Ivies in the minors

Former Ivy Leaguers playing minor league baseball Here

Montgomery Fellow

Montgomery Fellow

The shirt-tail of this editorial feature on John F. Kerry and John F. Kennedy in today’s WSJ: Mr. Dallek, currently the Montgomery Fellow and a visiting professor of history at… Read more »