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Monthly Archives: March 2005

ASD Takes on Petition Candidates

ASD Takes on Petition Candidates

Alumni for a Strong Dartmouth, a College-affiliated negative campaign group, has posted on their website a statement rebutting arguments made by petition candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88…. Read more »

Wright Says Dartmouth in ‘Great Shape’

Wright Says Dartmouth in ‘Great Shape’

President Wright last week told Florida alumni that “the College is in great shape,” and rattled off the usual laundry list of successes: increased applications, new construction and so forth…. Read more »

Petition Candidates Leave a Mark

Petition Candidates Leave a Mark

It remains to be seen whether alumni Trustee petition candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88 will be elected. It is clear, though, that several of the issues important… Read more »

Women’s hockey time change

Women’s hockey time change

The NCAA has switched the times of the women’s Frozen Four semifinals. Dartmouth is now playing Minnesota in the prime time game at 8 PM on Friday, rather than the… Read more »

Prof. Ackerman’s Email

Prof. Ackerman’s Email

An alumnus has forwarded to The Review a copy of the email Prof. Susan Ackerman ’80 sent on March 7th to attack alumni Trustee petition candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and… Read more »

Women’s Basketball Falls in First Round

Women’s Basketball Falls in First Round

The Indian women fell in the first round of the NCAA basketball tournament, losing 95-47 to the third-seeded UConn Huskies. The Associated Press has the details.

From This Moment On

From This Moment On

No more blue songs. Jeffrey Hart, Professor Emeritus of English at the College, has a great new essay in January’s issue of The New Criterion. It’s about the 1940 World’s… Read more »

Bush Names Portman ’78 to Trade Post

Bush Names Portman ’78 to Trade Post

President Bush on Thursday named Robert Portman ’78, an Ohio congressman, to be the next US Trade Representative, pending Senate confirmation. The Washington Post said the staunch free-trade advocate enjoys… Read more »

Heschel to Lead Anti-War Rally

Heschel to Lead Anti-War Rally

Susannah Heschel, chairwoman of the Jewish studies program, will be leading an anti-war rally Sunday in Manhattan, according to the arch-liberal Village Voice. Timed to mark the second anniversary of… Read more »

Moore Film Coming to Dartmouth

Moore Film Coming to Dartmouth

Film about heavy-handed documentarian to be screened. From: Minority Films Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 18:45:52 -0700Subject: PRESS RELEASE: This Divided StateTo: press@thisdividedstate.com PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MICHAEL MOORE DOCUMENTARY… Read more »