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Yearly Archives: 2004

New Dartmouth Blog

New Dartmouth Blog

Andrew Samwick, just returning from the President’s Council of Economic Advisers to head up Rocky, has started a blog called Vox Baby. There isn’t much up yet, but what is… Read more »

Dartmouth TV broadcasts

Dartmouth TV broadcasts

Hopefully more will be announced as the seasons progress, but at least 2 men’s hockey games will be broadcast on TV. The season opener against Quinnipiac on 10/30 will be… Read more »

ECAC Media Day

ECAC Media Day

The men’s hockey team was tabbed as the preseason #1 today in the preseason ECAC media poll, and second behind Cornell in the coaches poll. Lee Stempniak and Grant Lewis… Read more »

Dartmouth falls in season opener

Dartmouth falls in season opener

Once again the simplest scoring play in football cost Dartmouth (0-1), who fell to Colgate 17-15 in Hamilton, NY yesterday. Dartmouth failed to convert on its PAT following the first… Read more »

Confederate Flag at Nebraska

Confederate Flag at Nebraska

A student at the U of Nebraska has created a stir by hanging a Confederate flag in his dorm window. Most noteable, however, is the response of the school administration…. Read more »

Ah, The Daily D

Ah, The Daily D

The freshman issue of The D is up. It?s quite the treasure trove of hilarity. While The D?s claims of being “Dartmouth?s premier school of journalism” had me rolling on… Read more »

Indian Neckwear?  Charles Knows a Guy…

Indian Neckwear? Charles Knows a Guy…

As many of you know, TDR President Charles Kluender is in on a lot of shady deals. Well, back by popular demand, today he brings you the shadiest of all:… Read more »

In Case You Didn’t Notice

In Case You Didn’t Notice

NetBlitz is down.

Women’s hockey news

Women’s hockey news

Current and former Dartmouth players are gathering in Lake Placid for the U-22 tournament. The Article on the unofficial reunion from Monday’s Valley News was written by a Dartmouth alum,… Read more »

A former Reviewer in the news

A former Reviewer in the news

Former Review Editor-in-Chief Andrew Grossman ’02 has co-authored an op-ed in Thursday’s USA Today on statistical methods used to calculate employment.