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Yearly Archives: 2004

OPAL: Now Without Teeth

OPAL: Now Without Teeth

Holly Sateia, Dartmouth’s Dean of Student Life, notes in a letter to the editor in the Daily Dartmouth that “the Office of Pluralism and Leadership has no authority or responsibility… Read more »

Which One Is The Lead?

Which One Is The Lead?

In this article in the Daily Dartmouth, Megan Spillane ’06 interviews one historian who thinks the Iraq war will decide the election. This is a hot-button issue, and many would… Read more »

Quinnipiac to join ECAC

Quinnipiac to join ECAC

USCHO.com has reported that Quinnipiac will become the ECAC’s 12th member in the 05-06 season, replacing the University of Vermont, who is heading for Hockey East after one more season in… Read more »

Dartmouth Students To Run For State Representative

Dartmouth Students To Run For State Representative

——————– Press Release: Dartmouth Students To Run For State Representative Thursday, July 15, 2004 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jesse Roisin jesse.roisin_at_dartmouth.edu Katherine Racicot katherine.racicot _at_dartmouth.edu 603-646-6314 Hanover, NH — Two… Read more »

Why wasn’t he a Reviewer??

Why wasn’t he a Reviewer??

Eric Winn Jr. ’04 in the D on “studies” programs Anyone who picked up the free books of speeches by John Sloan Dickey and John Kemeny during Senior Week would… Read more »

Dean Woon

Dean Woon

Not available? Or didn’t make himself available to comment on the Al-Nur issue?

Librarian Candidates to Visit College

Librarian Candidates to Visit College

An email forwarded by Provost Barry Scherr discusses the upcoming search for a new Librarian. “We are now finalizing the schedules for the on-campus interviews for the four finalists for… Read more »

Kristin Luckenbill ’01

Kristin Luckenbill ’01

First Dartmouth soccer Olympian- male or female- ever. She’s also the first Ivy League woman soccer player to make an Olympic team. Way to go, Kristin. Story here

The Philippines Surrenders to Terrorists

The Philippines Surrenders to Terrorists

How shameful.

The Daily D: Publishing Less Frequently?

The Daily D: Publishing Less Frequently?

In recent years, the Daily Dartmouth published twice a week and thrice a week, alternately, during Summer term. This was the publication schedule as recently as last summer, though online… Read more »