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Monthly Archives: February 2005

The College Fights Back

The College Fights Back

Several alumni have formed a new group, Alumni for a Strong Dartmouth, which takes a strict College line on all major issues affecting the coming alumni Trustee election. According to… Read more »

You Can’t Hide Behind a Glossy Brochure

You Can’t Hide Behind a Glossy Brochure

The College has, of late, determined that it hasn’t been effectively getting its message out to alumni, so it has made its newsletters glossier and its prose more flowery. But,… Read more »

DSO Conductor Let Go—But Why?

DSO Conductor Let Go—But Why?

The College is set to fire Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra conductor Anthony Princiotti, according to the Daily Dartmouth. The newspaper, though, offered nothing but student speculation about the reasons for his… Read more »

What a Shame

What a Shame

Everyone’s favorite “art” display is being dismantled. The refrigerator in the Hopkins Center, which over the weekend was full of rotting meat cutlets covered in fur, is now empty. “I… Read more »

“C-Minus” Mansfield on Summers

“C-Minus” Mansfield on Summers

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Indoor Track and Field Takes Fifth, Sixth Place at Harvard

Indoor Track and Field Takes Fifth, Sixth Place at Harvard

Dartmouth’s men finished in fifth place and the women in sixth at the 2005 Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships, held this weekend at Harvard’s Gordon Indoor Track. The Big Red… Read more »

Men’s Hockey Wins, Misses Bye

Men’s Hockey Wins, Misses Bye

Dartmouth’s skaters drubbed Brown 6-2 tonight at Thompson Arena to finish the regular season with a 17-10-2 record. Though the Bears scored first, the Indians scored four straight goals to… Read more »

Still More Funding for Campus Liberals

Still More Funding for Campus Liberals

The Center for American Progress may give an additional $1,500 to the Dartmouth Free Press come fall, according to the latest issue of that liberal College-funded magazine. As we reported… Read more »

Ward Churchill, Academic Homogeneity and Dartmouth

Ward Churchill, Academic Homogeneity and Dartmouth

John Bruce ’69 writes on his blog that the Ward Churchill scandal stems in part from the increasing homogeneity of the university system, especially in the area of hiring practices…. Read more »

Tuck Mall Construction

Tuck Mall Construction

The Facilities Planning Office formally notified students today of the pending dormitory construction along Tuck Mall. Notably, vehicle access between Webster Avenue and Tuck Mall will be cut off. The… Read more »