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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Election Rules Violations — VII

Election Rules Violations — VII

Government department chairwoman Anne Sa’adah today continues the College’s public war on independent Trustee candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88, declaring in the Daily Dartmouth that they and… Read more »

Election Rules Violations — VI

Election Rules Violations — VI

The Daily Dartmouth now joins the Trustee election fray with a brand-new election rule violation: its weekly editorial bashes petition candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88 before endorsing… Read more »

Kalb on Trustees

Kalb on Trustees

John Kalb ’03 on the trustee election. Link.

Misrepresenting Booz Allen Hamilton

Misrepresenting Booz Allen Hamilton

In today’s “community letter,” President Wright wrote that Booze Allen Hamilton had described Dartmouth as one of ten enduring institutions. Dartlog reader Stan Horowitz, though, tells us that this misrepresents… Read more »

Wright on the Trustee Election

Wright on the Trustee Election

After telling the Daily Dartmouth he wouldn’t “intrude” into the debate over the Trustee election, College President James Wright did just that. First, he told the Daily D that because… Read more »

Election Rules Violations — V

Election Rules Violations — V

The Alumni Association has strict rules limiting candidates and their supporters to two emails total. So far, supporters of the official slate, including members of the College governance establishment, have… Read more »

President Wright’s Community Letter

President Wright’s Community Letter

Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 14:40:12 -0500 (EST)From: [James Wright]Subject: Community Letter Please find enclosed my semi-annual letter to Dartmouth alumni and parents. I hope you enjoy it. Dear Friends,… Read more »

Trustee vote starts Monday

Trustee vote starts Monday

To members of the Dartmouth Association of Alumni: Balloting for the two alumni trustee vacancies on the Dartmouth Board of Trustees will begin March 7, 2005. A total of six… Read more »

Confusing Headline

Confusing Headline

“Number seeking counsel on rise, demand unmet,” reads the inside headline of a Daily D article. Readers, however, would know that the article did not discuss legal advising but mental… Read more »

Tri Delt and Theta Delt Sanctions Announced

Tri Delt and Theta Delt Sanctions Announced

The OAC released a statement today detailing the findings of their hearing into hazing charges that were levied against Theta Delt and Tri-Delt last fall. Tri-Delt will receive 4 weeks… Read more »