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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Learning from Television

Learning from Television

There’s no excuse for voters not to know Peter Robinson. Chien Wen Kung ’04, has, on several occasions ([link.], [link.]), mentioned Peter Robinson positively because of his role as host… Read more »

Turf Wars

Turf Wars

More economic analysis of academic hiring. Government department chairwoman Anne Sa’adah’s op-ed in the Daily D elicited a repsonse from Jim Hu, who dissects it while offering some advice on… Read more »

Game of the Year

Game of the Year

United States College Hockey Online has named Dartmouth’s stunning, come-from-behind 9-8 win over New Hampshire as its “best regular-season game of 2004-05.”

It Won’t Go Away If You Ignore It

It Won’t Go Away If You Ignore It

N. Alex Tonelli ’06 points out in today’s Daily D the biggest flaw with the administration’s “it is too” defense against its critics: The obtuseness of this administration can be… Read more »

Women’s hoopsters let clincher slip away

Women’s hoopsters let clincher slip away

After allowing Harvard to come back and win 70-67 in Cambridge, they will face the Crimson again, this time in a one-game playoff at neutral Brown.

Who is Brian Kennedy?

Who is Brian Kennedy?

The new Director of the Hood Museum of Art. Read the basics at the Daily D. [link.] But what has he done, and what sort of art has he acquired?… Read more »

More Liberal Thoughts on the Trustee Race

More Liberal Thoughts on the Trustee Race

Over at the Dartmouth Free Press‘ blog, Timothy Waligore ’01 (are there undergraduates posting there any more?) has written a long series of posts on the alumni Trustee election, responding… Read more »

The Assembly’s Bike Resolution

The Assembly’s Bike Resolution

Posted below is the Student Assembly’s resolution to create yet another incarnation of the communistic Big Green Bikes program. It passed Tuesday. Proposal to Implement the Big Green Bike Program… Read more »

Dragging Dartmouth ‘Backwards?’

Dragging Dartmouth ‘Backwards?’

Chien Wen Kung ’04 comments on his support for independent alumni Trustee candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88. He attacks one of the more tired accusations their opponents… Read more »

Those Who Do Not Learn From History….

Those Who Do Not Learn From History….

The Student Assembly passed a resolution this evening that would re-create the failed Big Green Bikes program to provide communal campus bicycles, The Review has learned. Big Green Bikes was… Read more »