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Yearly Archives: 2004

Ah, The Daily Dartmouth

Ah, The Daily Dartmouth

Interesting article on Parent’s Weekend.  Particularly odd, at least to me, is how the author managed (with one exception at the end) to only interview female students.

Reviewer runs for office

Reviewer runs for office

Review writer Katie Racicot ’06 is seeking to represent the Hanover-Lyme district in the New Hampshire state legislature as a Republican, the Daily Dartmouth reports today. Also seeking the Republican… Read more »

Fun with Yahoo

Fun with Yahoo

Go to Yahoo.com, and enter “sub-par school newspaper” or even just “sub-par newspaper.” The top result, sadly, may not surprise you.

Faculty for Kerry

Faculty for Kerry

While not shocking, it appears that 92% of Ivy League faculty who donated to a presidential candidate donated to Kerry. Interestingly, Dartmouth had the highest rate (97%) of giving to… Read more »

A long overdue Robert Haines update

A long overdue Robert Haines update

From early last month in the New Hampshire Gazette: “How Not to Run for President”

A Senate confirmee

A Senate confirmee

A rarity within itself it would seem, but a Dartmouth man to boot has been confirmed as the next U.S. Attorney in Rhode Island.

Specialist Begley update

Specialist Begley update

My sources tell me that Private G. Rollo Begley has, after only two or three weeks in boot camp, been promoted from Private, First Class to Specialist, Fourth Class.  His… Read more »

Dartmouth Dean Delegate

Dartmouth Dean Delegate

prepares for the DNC Here

An Ivy League sports year-in-review

An Ivy League sports year-in-review

Here

A Faculty Member Takes Note

A Faculty Member Takes Note

In a letter to the Daily D, economics professor Meir Cohn points out that two College-sponsored Israeli speakers have come from a small (500 strong) leftist fringe organization that opposes… Read more »