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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Folt: Way Too Proud of the Faculty

Folt: Way Too Proud of the Faculty

Dean of the Faculty Carol Folt’s op-ed in the Daily Dartmouth, responding to a sweeping critique levied by Joseph Asch ’79, mounts a rather predictable defense of College academics. She… Read more »

The Alumni Council Returns Fire

The Alumni Council Returns Fire

The Trustee election process is an open process controlled entirely by alumni, without College influence, Andrea Lordan ’86, chairwoman of the Alumni Council’s Trustee nominating committee, wrote in today’s Daily… Read more »

Bruce on Tenure

Bruce on Tenure

As noted in a comment below, John Bruce ’69 has an interesting post on tenure that specifically addresses Dartmouth Government majors’ grievances.

Backward or Upward?

Backward or Upward?

A comment on a particular sentence in Belinda Chiu’s e-mail, when she refers to the petition candidates’ “messages about wanting to make Dartmouth better are really ‘code’ for going backwards.”… Read more »

Dartmouth Recognizes Dean Group

Dartmouth Recognizes Dean Group

The Committee on Student Organizations today granted recognition to the Dartmouth chapter of Democracy for America, The Review has learned. Democracy for America is a grassroots organization which evolved from… Read more »

Dartmouth to Become Most ‘Un-Wired’ Campus

Dartmouth to Become Most ‘Un-Wired’ Campus

According to a press release from Aruba Wireless Networks, a contractor for the College, Dartmouth will soon have the nation’s largest and most modern wireless Internet network. Of note are… Read more »

Orange Revolution in Ukraine, Green Revolution in Hanover?

Orange Revolution in Ukraine, Green Revolution in Hanover?

Roger L. Simon ’64, writing on the Trustee election, quipped that, “Normally, college trustee elections are about as competitive as elections in the Ukraine circa 1958.” He says that the… Read more »

Would You Like a Cookie?

Would You Like a Cookie?

The Daily Dartmouth‘s resident Oscar “experts” proclaimed to the world today that three of them successfully went “six for six” in their predictions of this Sunday’s Academy Awards, earning them… Read more »

Something Rotten in the State of Sudan

Something Rotten in the State of Sudan

Darfur: African Genocide and the West’s Responsibility, a panel discussion with such participants as Refugees International’s Mamie Mutchler and former Ambassador at Large for War Crimes David John Scheffer, will… Read more »

A New Committee

A New Committee

Date: 01 Mar 2005 22:55:19 ESTFrom: Student AssemblySubject: Committee on Campus SafetyTo: (Recipient list suppressed) **********************************The NEW Committee on Campus Safety is in need of student members, so apply today!!… Read more »