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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Rassias on Foreign Language Study

Rassias on Foreign Language Study

Professor Emeritus of French John Rassias, writing in the latest Vox (one of the College’s many publicity outlets) explains that American students are more ignorant of foreign language and geography… Read more »

Gomez Watch

Gomez Watch

Is that the ‘queer activist’ whose speech pit a vicious SA subcommittee against the D? Jeff Chiu of the Associated Press snapped a picture of one Diane Sabin kissing someone… Read more »

When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet…

When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet…

Jay Fiedler ’94 signed with the Jets on Friday and will back up Chad Pennington. Here

Why are you so into Pinot?

Why are you so into Pinot?

I mean, it’s like a thing with you. Prof. Susan Ackerman asserts that the ‘insurgent candidates’ (Chien Wen Kung liquidates that term [link.]) are “the same sorts of reactionary ideologies… Read more »

Hockey falls to UVM, must wait on NCAA bid

Hockey falls to UVM, must wait on NCAA bid

Dartmouth fell to Vermont 2-1 tonight to lose the quarterfinals series two games to one. The story of the series was special teams. Dartmouth went 0-20 on the PP for… Read more »

Dartmouth vs. UConn

Dartmouth vs. UConn

…in the NCAA women’s bball tourney. Dartmouth is a #14 seed and will play the Lady Huskies right in their backyard, in Storrs, Conn. in the first round. The full… Read more »

‘Annoy Ackerman — Elect Robinson and Zywicki’

‘Annoy Ackerman — Elect Robinson and Zywicki’

Today, in response to active campaigning by religion department chairwoman Susan Ackerman ’80, Scott Johnson ’73 of the Powerline blog tells alumni to “Annoy Ackerman — elect Robinson and Zywicki.”… Read more »

Trustee T. J. Rodgers in the News

Trustee T. J. Rodgers in the News

The San Francisco Chronicle recently published an article describing some of the exploits of Dartmouth Trustee T. J. Rodgers ’70.

Vermont Ties Hockey Series at One

Vermont Ties Hockey Series at One

The men’s hockey team lost 3-2 in overtime against Vermont, tying up the ECAC quarterfinals at one game apiece. The decisive game three is tomorrow in Burlington. The Indians trailed… Read more »

Chodounsky ’08 Wins NCAA Ski Championship

Chodounsky ’08 Wins NCAA Ski Championship

A Dartmouth Man wins this title for the fourth consecutive year. David Chodounsky won the men’s slalom competition today at the NCAA skiing championship, which is taking place at Stowe… Read more »