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Monthly Archives: February 2005

College Launches Own ‘Facebook’ Service

College Launches Own ‘Facebook’ Service

The alumni office has launched InCircle, an electronic social networking service similar to the popular Facebook website. The only apparent difference between the programs is that InCircle is hosted on… Read more »

Wright on Summers

Wright on Summers

College President James Wright spoke for the first time on Harvard President Larry Summers’ controversial speech, which proposed various explanations for the lack of women in science. In an interview… Read more »

If you aren’t busy…

If you aren’t busy…

Student Assembly intends on forming a committee to make recommendations on the current meal plan system, along with other DDS related topics. The current system is a result of a… Read more »

Jews Gone Wild

Jews Gone Wild

If I were looking for a nice Jewish girl to take home to my mother, this would clearly be the place to find her. Date: 22 Feb 2005 20:55:51 ESTFrom:… Read more »

Blabberforce Desperate

Blabberforce Desperate

You know that the Buzzflood/Blabberforce is desperate when it posts stuff like this. Granted, I wish more people realized what a resource Rauner is. But this is more than a… Read more »

Impatient for Housing

Impatient for Housing

Daily D columnist Robert Butts ’06 complains today that the College isn’t building its new dormitories with sufficient speed. Even though work on the McLaughlin Cluster along Maynard Street began… Read more »

Fighting Stereotypes With Stereotypes

Fighting Stereotypes With Stereotypes

University of Massachusetts professor David Lisak spoke yesterday on campus to “break down the stereotypical profile of a rapist as a dangerous ‘man in a ski mask,’” the Daily Dartmouth… Read more »

Wright Misrepresents—Again

Wright Misrepresents—Again

Speaking recently to alumni in Denver and Chicago, College President James Wright reiterated some of his usual soothing words and casual misrepresentations. For example, he denied that the Student Life… Read more »

Kalb on CPAC

Kalb on CPAC

Former Review staffer John Kalb ’03 has posted on his blog about his experience at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. Most of his post discusses the wisdom of… Read more »

More sports…

More sports…

Was going to wait until later in the week to post, but since Kale beat me to punch, I’ll go ahead and add to his thoughts. Friday is the red-letter… Read more »