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Yearly Archives: 2004

Alumni Council nominees for the Board of Trustees announced

Alumni Council nominees for the Board of Trustees announced

Here Four will vie for two spots. “A ballot with the slate of candidates will be sent to alumni in March. Petition candidates may have a place on the ballot… Read more »

RIP Nilly

RIP Nilly

A ’00 in my house sent word to our e-mail list that Nilly died of cardiac arrest at the end of last month. If anyone wants to send condolences to… Read more »

Huge blow to Dartmouth men’s basketball program

Huge blow to Dartmouth men’s basketball program

Last year’s Ivy League Rookie of the Year Leon Pattman ’07 has quit the team.

CN Turns 25

CN Turns 25

The Collegiate Network, a conservative newspaper consortium of which The Dartmouth Review is a part, celebrated its 25th anniversary this past weekend, as John Miller reports. The Review is also… Read more »

Lyons is out

Lyons is out

Here And Ty Willingham’s out at my law school, Notre Dame. I better get my resume ready for all these openings before Ben Flickinger and Elliot Olshansky, my fellow four-eyed,… Read more »

Harvard admits they suck

Harvard admits they suck

http://www.harvardsucks.org Not quite as good as CalTech’s Rose Bowl pranks, but impressive nonetheless. Good job Elis.

Teevens ’78 out at Stanford football

Teevens ’78 out at Stanford football

Here Wishful thinking, but time for a return to Dartmouth?? Edit: More fodder that at least a change is in the mix. The Valley News reports a sit-down with Head… Read more »

George Will On Campus Diversity

George Will On Campus Diversity

Prompted by a series of recent studies, columnist George Will discusses intellectual diversity in academia in today’s Washington Post. His conclusion: Many campuses are intellectual versions of one-party nations —… Read more »

Hockey Ties

Hockey Ties

The Indian men skated to a 0-0 tie last night against Maine’s Black Bears, the first-ever game without a goal played at Thompson Arena. Dartmouth goalie Dan Yacey ’05 had… Read more »

How Far We’ve Fallen

How Far We’ve Fallen

This quick test was administered to British 11-year-olds in 1898. Some samples: 3. Name the conditions upon which the climate of a country depends, and explain the reason of any… Read more »