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Monthly Archives: April 2005

Alum Jaquiss wins Pulitzer

Alum Jaquiss wins Pulitzer

Alum Nigel Jaquiss ’84 won a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting. The award was announced Monday. The other winners may be found here.

Democracy for Dartmouth

Democracy for Dartmouth

The three-member rump of Howard Dean’s failed presidential campaign will be holding its Dartmouth meeting tomorrow at 8pm. A location has yet to be specified.

Athletics Facts and Figures

Athletics Facts and Figures

Here is an interesting dataset on Dartmouth athletics expenditures (on a team-by-team basis) and participation. Note that you’ll have to search for Dartmouth in the database.

Upper Valley Flood Warning

Upper Valley Flood Warning

The Connecticut River will be swelled above flood stage by several feet until early Tuesday, the Weather Service reports. Hanover is well above the affected area, fortunately.

Try the Curry

Try the Curry

In an effort to increase the “accessibility” of the student body’s elected government, Student Assembly is giving you, the people, the opportunity to dine with the big wigs. The luncheon,… Read more »

The Petition Candidates’ Day Jobs

The Petition Candidates’ Day Jobs

Alumni Trustee petition candidate Peter Robinson ’79 wrote an article in Thursday’s Wall Street Journal about Ronald Reagan’s probable thoughts on President Bush. Robinson was a speechwriter for the late… Read more »

The Children’s Crusade

The Children’s Crusade

A group of kids who looked to be about 12 years old were standing on the corner of Wheelock and Main Streets this afternoon holding “Peace” signs. When asked why… Read more »

Local Group Protests Trustee Elections

Local Group Protests Trustee Elections

A group of New Hampshire conservatives and libertarians protested in front of Baker Library this morning, demanding the right to participate in Dartmouth’s Trustee election in what one organizer called… Read more »

Committee Proposes Alcohol Policy Changes

Committee Proposes Alcohol Policy Changes

The Social Event Management Procedures Committee’s proposed revisions to the College alcohol policy, revealed last night at an open forum, appear as a marked improvement over the current arcane system…. Read more »