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Monthly Archives: February 2005

Dartmouth’s Liberal Paper to Get Even More Funding

Dartmouth’s Liberal Paper to Get Even More Funding

Dartmouth’s liberal publication, the College-funded Dartmouth Free Press, is set to receive a hefty grant from the new Campus Progress Network, a group founded by the Center for American Progress… Read more »

Out, out brief candle!

Out, out brief candle!

The all-too-informative Valentine’s Day edition of the Daily D featured a story on alleged campus conversatives mourning the death of the Democratic Party Saturday night. The candlelight vigil, some sources… Read more »

Yet Another Daily D Oops

Yet Another Daily D Oops

Sometimes the editors of the campus daily seem to go out of their way to publish inaccuracies. Julia Bernstein ’07, for example, wrote a column in today’s Daily D about… Read more »

Blitz Mail terminals threatened or thriving?

Blitz Mail terminals threatened or thriving?

How quickly glory fades. Barely a week since S.A.’s surprisingly stealth-like replacement of the aged blitz terminal computers, the fruits of our representatives’ labor are beset by food spills, as… Read more »

Another Daily D Gaffe

Another Daily D Gaffe

Daily Dartmouth columnist Deborah Wassel ’07, who recently penned an op-ed called “The Liberal Mystique,” complains on her blog that the paper’s editors added a rather significant personal attack to… Read more »

College-Sponsored Sex

College-Sponsored Sex

To celebrate St. Valentine’s Day, the date normally set aside for romance and love, the College is putting on its third annual Sex Festival to promote more openly sexual lifestyles…. Read more »

Hockey milestones

Hockey milestones

Bob Gaudet earned his 200th victory as a head coach on Friday. The victory tonight also upped his career mark at Dartmouth to 108-107-32, pushing his coaching record at Dartmouth… Read more »

Big-time women’s hockey recruit

Big-time women’s hockey recruit

Sarah Parsons, of Noble & Greenough and the U.S. National U-22 Team, will be attending Dartmouth this fall. A fine recruit for the Indian women, who next season will also… Read more »

Taking the Proverbial Kayak to Quincy or Nyack

Taking the Proverbial Kayak to Quincy or Nyack

After a night of quiet introspection, I spent the morning doing what I live for: perusing DDS’ website. There were many, but my favorite blatant, blatant lie was that the… Read more »

Students Concerned!

Students Concerned!

To those who believe reality might have finally exhausted the strength of the campus Democrat for frivolity and self-indulgence take heart. Amidst the rubble Dartmouth Dems have zestfully charged forward… Read more »