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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Special edition of electronic alumni newsletter

Special edition of electronic alumni newsletter

Sent this evening: This special edition of Speaking of Dartmouth is to announce the addition of two petition candidates to the alumni trustee ballot: Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki… Read more »

Stronger Dartmouth on Sports

Stronger Dartmouth on Sports

I feel I must clarify some things which the Stronger Dartmouth group is blurring, either purposely or mistakenly. Figure skating and rugby are not varsity sports. They are club sports…. Read more »

Free Speech and the Trustee Election

Free Speech and the Trustee Election

The president of the Alumni Association has responded to a question about the extent of free speech protection given to the alumni Trustee candidates and their supporters, who in theory… Read more »

Election Rules Violations — IV

Election Rules Violations — IV

An alumnus sent along this email from Alumni Council member Belinda Chiu ’98. In addition to her leadership post (where she helped nominate the official Trustee slate) Chiu also serves… Read more »

NCAA Data Released

NCAA Data Released

Recently, the NCAA released its Academic Progress Rate (APR) data for collegiate athletics. This new system, which attempts to clarify and increasingly regulate academic standards in college sports, is out… Read more »

Election Rules Violations — III

Election Rules Violations — III

Alumni Association president John Walters ’62 has responded to an email from John Sharer ’72 requesting that Alumni for a Strong Dartmouth be ruled in violation of Trustee election rules…. Read more »

Election Rules Violations — II

Election Rules Violations — II

In the second apparent violation of the alumni Trustee election rules in as many days, Alumni for a Strong Dartmouth founder Geoff Berlin ’84 has written an op-ed in the… Read more »

What matters to her? Why?

What matters to her? Why?

Shelby Grantham, consistently granted the title of “Dartmouth’s Worst Professor“, recently sent an e-mail around inviting students to come be immersed in her views over lunch. Free Subway will be… Read more »