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Monthly Archives: January 2005

Pro/Anti-Saddam Prof Slams Iraqi Elections

Pro/Anti-Saddam Prof Slams Iraqi Elections

Professor Sinan Antoon, an Iraqi who teaches Arabic language and literature at Dartmouth, has declared the recent Iraqi elections unfair and illegitimate. He told the Valley News that life under… Read more »

Todd Zywicki ’88 Announces Trustee Bid

Todd Zywicki ’88 Announces Trustee Bid

Todd Zywicki ’88 today announced his bid to be a write-in candidate for the Board of Trustees. A law professor at George Mason University, Zywicki served for two years as… Read more »

An unexpected result of the Pipes lecture?

An unexpected result of the Pipes lecture?

The Pipes lecture may be a turning point in the College’s history, at least one would hope. In today’s D, non-Reviewers calling for civil discourse, more political balance/neutrality, and voicing… Read more »

‘Top Secret’ Disclosures

‘Top Secret’ Disclosures

Student Assembly’s brand-new e-mail terminals have arrived and are sitting in the new S.A. offices until Julia Hildreth, the S.A. President, and James Larimore, the Dean of the College, prepare… Read more »

Wright: No Speech Codes at Dartmouth

Wright: No Speech Codes at Dartmouth

Astonishingly, in the latest Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, President James Wright asserted that Dartmouth students enjoy full freedom of speech: We have no speech codes at Dartmouth, absolutely none. Anyone who… Read more »

SA’s ‘Diversity Business Review’

SA’s ‘Diversity Business Review’

The Student Assembly has sent an email survey to students asking them if they have ever been subjected to discrimination by Hanover businesses: Date: 30 Jan 2005 23:49:08 EST From:… Read more »

It’s a Slow News Day

It’s a Slow News Day

Students are doubtless gleeful to learn that the Daily Dartmouth will add “Pinces and Phillips” to its regular lineup of cartoons. The comic, penned by Tomi Jun ’08, won a… Read more »

Calling all readers

Calling all readers

Your help is needed to get Dartmouth senior hockey captain Lee Stempniak into the group of ten finalists for the Hobey Baker Award, the MVP award for college hockey. You… Read more »

Saturday Sports

Saturday Sports

Men’s hockey achieved its first three-game winning streak in 2 seasons by knocking off RPI 4-2 and gaining its first weekend sweep of the season. Next weekend is huge. No… Read more »

The View from 1776

The View from 1776

Tom Brewton maintains an interesting blog dedicated to defending traditional values, especially those set out at our nation’s founding. In an email to The Dartmouth Review, Mr. Brewton said that… Read more »