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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Hockey Advances in Playoffs

Hockey Advances in Playoffs

By beating Yale Sunday night by a score of 5-1, the 15th-ranked Indian men’s hockey team clinched a berth in the ECAC quarterfinals. They will play another best-of-three series next… Read more »

Boston Globe Notes Trustee Election

Boston Globe Notes Trustee Election

In its “Campus Insider” column from February 27th, the Boston Globe briefly describes the Dartmouth alumni Trustee election. The column explains that the process reflects “alumni unrest” (third item).

Election Rule Maker Endorses Campaign Group

Election Rule Maker Endorses Campaign Group

Jeanhee Kim ’90, a member of the Alumni Association’s Executive Committee, is a public supporter of Alumni for a Strong Dartmouth. The Executive Committee writes the rules governing Trustee elections–so… Read more »

Men’s hockey – Saturday

Men’s hockey – Saturday

Here’s the difference between Dartmouth and Cornell, and why Cornell makes the NCAA tournament regularly and wins things like conference championships while Dartmouth has never won an ECAC title or… Read more »

Rewriting History from the Government Department

Rewriting History from the Government Department

Professor Michael Herron of the Government department, the bane of many a math-illiterate government major required to take his introductory statistics class, has been working since January on the Democratic… Read more »

Tuck Admissions Computers Hacked

Tuck Admissions Computers Hacked

A hacker broke into admissions computers at the Tuck School and elsewhere and helped applicants learn their fates weeks early, according to the Associated Press.

Wellstead ’63 Pushes Official Trustee Slate

Wellstead ’63 Pushes Official Trustee Slate

Bill Wellstead ’63, who covered the football recruiting kerfuffle on his blog, has come out against independent Trustee candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88. I personally recommend not… Read more »

Bruce on the Trustee Election

Bruce on the Trustee Election

John Bruce ’69 has written a typically insightful analysis of the alumni Trustee election. He takes on the administration’s detractors: The difficulty I see with trying to put petition candidates… Read more »

A Liberal Take on the Trustee Election

A Liberal Take on the Trustee Election

Former Free Press writer Timothy Waligore ’01 weighs in on the Trustee election in a well-thought-out post: Here is what I am asking for: what is the case for the… Read more »

Friday Sports – Playoff Edition

Friday Sports – Playoff Edition

Didn’t catch any of the action today due to travel, but Dartmouth went 3 for 3 in the big events on the day. Men’s hockey won a laugher over cellar-dwelling… Read more »