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Monthly Archives: February 2005

Basketball Great LaRusso ’59 Honored Tomorrow

Basketball Great LaRusso ’59 Honored Tomorrow

Five time NBA all-star Rudy LaRusso ’59 will be honored by family, friends and teammates at a ceremony tomorrow before the Indians take on the Yale Bulldogs in Leede Arena…. Read more »

Koop ’37 on new AIDS mutation

Koop ’37 on new AIDS mutation

After news of a new strain of AIDS, C. Everett Koop ’37, former Surgeon General of the United States, is praised for his prescience by Cal Thomas.

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Monkey See, Monkey Do

The Daily Dartmouth today runs stories that The Dartmouth Review–either in print or online–noted several days ago: Its article on Campus Progress‘ donation to the liberal Dartmouth Free Press follows… Read more »

Professor Edsforth in the Daily Dartmouth

Professor Edsforth in the Daily Dartmouth

Ron Edsforth, professor of history, has called the Daily Dartmouth on its irresponsible decision not to cover the debate between Professor Edsforth and Victor Davis Hanson. You really missed the… Read more »

More Ice Chips

More Ice Chips

Inside College Hockey has a nice writeup of Dartmouth in its weekly ECAC column here. US College Hockey Online’s own weekly ECAC column can be found here. After last weekend’s… Read more »

Campus Progress Iconography

Campus Progress Iconography

Found this picture in the “About” section of the Campus Progress site. Thoughts: 1) Is the guy in the vaguely Mayan, Jim Henson-style costume a metaphor for campus conservatism? Seemingly… Read more »

Liberal Organization to Fund Free Press

Liberal Organization to Fund Free Press

The Dartmouth Free Press, Dartmouth’s liberal College-funded publication, is now officially a member of the Campus Progress Network, as we reported Monday. CPN, a subsidiary of the Center for American… Read more »

Calling All Recyclemaniacs!

Calling All Recyclemaniacs!

I hope all of you are ready for Recyclemania, otherwise we might have to suffer the idignity of congratulating the University of Oregon (the current leader in the standings) on… Read more »

The Assembly Never Learns

The Assembly Never Learns

In 2001, the Student Assembly cancelled its Big Green Bikes program–designed to provide free bicycle transportation to students–because the 50 cheap bikes were either stolen or neglected. Last spring, the… Read more »

Journalism Impoverished, Queerness Denigrated

Journalism Impoverished, Queerness Denigrated

Michael Amico ’07 wanted the D to print his op-ed. They didn’t, and now, by gum, they’ll have to suffer in the hot, unrelenting fricassee that is the marketplace of… Read more »