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Monthly Archives: November 2004

More football

More football

One play which sums up the season: Tied 10-10 with 6 minutes to go in the fourth, Dartmouth blocked a Princeton field goal attempt. However, Princeton picked up the loose… Read more »

Football Loses, Ends 1-9

Football Loses, Ends 1-9

Dartmouth’s 17-10 loss to Princeton’s Tigers this afternoon left the team with a single win on the season, against Brown last weekend. The Indians went 5-5 last season. As if… Read more »

Men’s Hockey Prevails in OT

Men’s Hockey Prevails in OT

In besting Cornell tonight by a score of 2-1, the men’s hockey team won its first overtime victory in two years and showed it could bounce back from yesterday’s loss…. Read more »

Another Disappointing Loss

Another Disappointing Loss

It seems to be the tale of the young season for the men’s hockey team. Last night, despite thoroughly dominating the Colgate Raiders, the Indians fell short once again, falling… Read more »

Shocking

Shocking

The New York Times writes that liberals outnumber conservatives in the academic world. They even cite studies: One of the studies, a national survey of more than 1,000 academics, shows… Read more »

Derrida Is Dead — Long Live Derrida!

Derrida Is Dead — Long Live Derrida!

Confusion abounds — appropriately.

Linsalata: Behind the Mallet

Linsalata: Behind the Mallet

The Daily Dartmouth sat down with Reviewer and Croquet League President Daniel Linsalata ’07 to discuss “why croquet is an unmatched exercise in athleticism and mental fortitude.” The article is… Read more »

College Set to Expand Campus

College Set to Expand Campus

Dartmouth is continuing its northward expansion with the pending construction of a 342-bed dormitory cluster north of Maynard Street and an as-yet-unapproved dormitory to house 162 students on Tuck Mall…. Read more »

Groupthink in Academia? Nah

Groupthink in Academia? Nah

The Chronicle of Higher Education features an article in its latest issue that examines the very real leftward slant of university faculty. The author, Emory professor Mark Bauerliein, explains that… Read more »

Jessiman Done for Season (Updated 11/11)

Jessiman Done for Season (Updated 11/11)

Update 11/11: Jessiman will undergo season-ending surgery on his ankle on Friday, according to the NY Post. Huge loss for a hockey team that is already struggling just 4 games… Read more »