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Yearly Archives: 2004

Review featured

Review featured

The Review is now the featured newspaper of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s Collegiate Network. Here

Dartmouth Athletics Blog

Dartmouth Athletics Blog

Bill Wellstead ’63 has started a must-read blog in response to Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg’s admission that he seeks to derail Dartmouth sports teams. His Dartmouth Athletics site will… Read more »

Religious symbols in Rauner

Religious symbols in Rauner

Though Christmas displays in public areas have been shunned nationwide, Rauner special collections library is prominently displaying a Christmas symbol in recognition of the spirit that binds Americans together at… Read more »

Don’t worry…be happy

Don’t worry…be happy

Grammy-winning vocalist and conductor Bobby McFerrin will be a Montgomery Fellow spring term.

Dartmouth Enduring

Dartmouth Enduring

Like the Olympics…the Rolling Stones…and the Constitution. Here

College to offer flu shots

College to offer flu shots

Dartmouth will now offer flu vaccine to all comers, including those not classified as “high risk,” starting at a clinic next Monday, College health director John Turco wrote in an… Read more »

Dartmouth College Republicans hit the AP wire

Dartmouth College Republicans hit the AP wire

Dartmouth College Republicans president Jesse Roisin is quoted in an article about the problem of post-election political apathy.

Shout-out from Sophistpundit

Shout-out from Sophistpundit

Here “…[I]t’s stories like the Dartmouth Review, an independent school paper that took measures to expose the flaws in their campus and succeeded, despite the best efforts of the university… Read more »

Furstenburg Comments in Valley News

Furstenburg Comments in Valley News

The words themselves are unfortunately not shocking, but the fact that they were made public is. As Alex notes in his comment, the school is in damage control mode already…. Read more »

Trustee Candidates: Change for the Better?

Trustee Candidates: Change for the Better?

All the alumni Trustee candidates are—oh no!—corporate executives. Sheila Cheston ’80 works in the defense industry and previously served as the General Counsel for the Air Force. Gregg Engles ’79… Read more »