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Monthly Archives: February 2005

Sat. Sports

Sat. Sports

Was on the road with my job, didn’t get a chance to listen to any of the action tonight. Men’s hockey bounced back with a 3-1 win at Brown. Stempniak… Read more »

Simon ’64 Endorses Write-Ins

Simon ’64 Endorses Write-Ins

Screenwriter and social critic Roger L. Simon ’64 is supporting both write-in candidates for the Board of Trustees—Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88. Darmouth’s roughly 60,000 alumni can cast… Read more »

Valley News Profiles Trustee Candidates

Valley News Profiles Trustee Candidates

Today’s Valley News profiles Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88, who are running as write-in candidates for a spot on the Board of Trustees.

You really, really like me!

You really, really like me!

Powerline, Time Magazine’s blog of the year, plugs Reviewer Michael Ellis, highlighting his work for the Bush campaign and his article covering the inauguration. According to these superstar Dan Rather-slaying… Read more »

Worker Collective to Show Propaganda

Worker Collective to Show Propaganda

The Evil Twin workers’ collective brings its film festival to Dartmouth tomorrow night. The “Lost Film Fest” will feature “social commentary,” “riot and protest footage from around the globe,” “political… Read more »

Buzzflood Has Competition

Buzzflood Has Competition

The Student Assembly has set up a website, known as stuff2do [sic], to list upcoming campus events—in direct competition with Buzzflood’s Circuit. The Assembly site, though, probably isn’t premised on… Read more »

New Dartmouth Search Engine

New Dartmouth Search Engine

The College has, at long last, set up a usable search engine.

Faber College’s Dean Wormer

Faber College’s Dean Wormer

RIP

Can You ‘Dig’ It?

Can You ‘Dig’ It?

Former Reviewer Stefan Beck ’04 runs through Digby Anderson’s newest, All Oiks Now, in February’s Policy Review. Beck writes, “The pub is another of Anderson’s indicators. He recalls when establishments… Read more »

RIAA Set to Subpoena College

RIAA Set to Subpoena College

The Recording Industry Association of America will shortly subpoena the College for the identity of students it believes illegally share copyrighted music over the Dartmouth network. The RIAA might then… Read more »