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Monthly Archives: February 2005

Huge upcoming weekend for sports

Huge upcoming weekend for sports

It’s difficult to overstate how important this weekend is to the men’s and women’s hockey and basketball teams. The men’s hockey team can move closer to an at-large NCAA tournament… Read more »

“Insulting, inflammatory and inaccurate coverage”

“Insulting, inflammatory and inaccurate coverage”

The following (unpublished) letter to the Daily Dartmouth was forwarded to members of The Review‘s staff by Michael Amico ’07 and his organization, the “‘D’ Watch (Dartmouth’s News Media Watchdog).”… Read more »

Zywicki Seeks Electoral Fairness

Zywicki Seeks Electoral Fairness

Todd Zywicki ’88, who is running as a petition candidate for alumni Trustee, has addressed a letter to the College condemning the unfair advantages given to the four official candidates:… Read more »

Trustee Race Update

Trustee Race Update

The Weekly Standard today features an article on the petition candidates for alumni Trustee, Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88. The story, written by Scott Johnson ’73, says that… Read more »

Professor Stam on Athletic Recruiting

Professor Stam on Athletic Recruiting

Government professor Allan Stam wrote a letter to the editor of the Valley News critiquing academia for its loathing for student athletes (the letter is not available on the newspaper… Read more »

The Future Is Now

The Future Is Now

Art Baron Michael Ellis and Kevin Hudak pose with professor Jeffrey Hart, center. Yesterday, the Review board named Michael Ellis ’06 and Kevin Hudak ’07 as the paper’s new leadership… Read more »

Hypersensitivity Alert

Hypersensitivity Alert

The College-funded Center for Women and Gender took offense to Epsilon Kappa Theta’s party advertisement promoting “DJ, kegs, [and] inappropriateness,” according to various members of that sorority. To CWG’s thought… Read more »

Basketball Wins Third Straight

Basketball Wins Third Straight

The Indian men hoopsters (8-15, 5-5 Ivy) have managed to pull together two more wins, beating Cornell 67-54 on Friday night and edging out Columbia 50-48 last night. These victories,… Read more »

Another Tradition Goes by the Wayside

Another Tradition Goes by the Wayside

Dartmouth’s women skaters have warned student fans not to bring tennis balls to todays game against Princeton (now underway). Junior forward Katherine Weatherston wrote in an email that, “Princeton cried… Read more »

Are Conservatives Really Scared of Dean?

Are Conservatives Really Scared of Dean?

Chris Bateman ’05 wrote an op-ed in today’s Daily Dartmouth proclaiming that conservatives are now scared of DNC chairman Howard Dean. Last weekend’s candlelight vigil mocking Dean, he says, shows… Read more »