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Monthly Archives: February 2005

Cool prof

Cool prof

Trustee candidate Todd Zywicki ’88 is so popular among his bankruptcy law students (he’s a George Mason Law professor but visiting at Georgetown now) that some students (who didn’t go… Read more »

New TDR Now Online

New TDR Now Online

The Winter Carnival issue of The Dartmouth Review is now available online. In this issue: A preview of the coming Trustee election, including comments from both write-in candidates. Victor Davis… Read more »

A Mystery for the Ages

A Mystery for the Ages

Somehow, the Dartmouth Free Press, the liberal biweekly College-funded magazine, is a member of the University Wire, a syndication service for college newspapers.

MTV Film Crew in Hanover

MTV Film Crew in Hanover

Rumor has it that an MTV film crew will be in Hanover this weekend to record the Winter Carnival festivities. Greek leaders, coordinating through email, have recommended that no fraternity… Read more »

God Save Liberalism

God Save Liberalism

Deborah Wassel ’07 has penned an analysis of the contemporary misuse of the word “liberal.” This rather unoriginal discussion of vocabulary ends abruptly when Wassel launches into a tirade against… Read more »

Better Late Than Never

Better Late Than Never

Two weeks after refusing to cover a possible terrorist threat against Daniel Pipes’ lecture in Dartmouth Hall, the Daily Dartmouth has finally bothered itself to report the rather startling story…. Read more »

Indian Food and Condoms

Indian Food and Condoms

Free condoms and catered Indian food just might attract people to this otherwise unappetizing event. Date: 09 Feb 2005 08:43:09 EST From: Caitlin C. Farrell Subject: India queen TONITE (please… Read more »

Justice Breyer isn’t familiar with the Dartmouth College Case

Justice Breyer isn’t familiar with the Dartmouth College Case

His 2003 Financial Disclosure Report lists a reimbursement for a lecture he gave on campus at “Dartmouth University,” an entity that does not exist thanks to this case.

Hanson vs. Edsforth Tomorrow

Hanson vs. Edsforth Tomorrow

Tomorrow evening, classicist Victor Davis Hanson will debate peace studies professor Ronald Edsforth on whether preemptive wars to establish free societies are justified. Hanson’s take on the War on Terror—when… Read more »

Steamy Hanover Winters

Steamy Hanover Winters

After the bitterly cold January, most anything would seem warmer by comparison. But of late, the weather has been positively balmy—on Sunday the mercury peaked at a record 50°F and… Read more »