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Monthly Archives: April 2005

A New Spin on Free Speech

A New Spin on Free Speech

College Counsel Robert Donin defends Dartmouth’s speech codes in today’s Daily Dartmouth. In his article, he cites a recent comment by President James Wright (emphasis added): “The Dean derecognized the… Read more »

‘They Can’t Be Stingy With the money’

‘They Can’t Be Stingy With the money’

A recent series of articles in The New York Times Westchester section offers some insight into high school senior Franklin Ordonez’s college search. He ranks 30th in his class of… Read more »

President Wright and the Ford Foundation

President Wright and the Ford Foundation

James Wright’s letter endorsing a new Ford Foundation program to encourage academic freedom and free speech made headlines last week. Wright has recently been criticized by the Foundation for Individual… Read more »

Evangelicalism and the Bush Presidency.

Evangelicalism and the Bush Presidency.

Jeffrey Hart, Professor of English Emeritus, has a very good article today in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. He argues that the Bush presidency is populist and radical, not conservative, and… Read more »

More Missing Ballots

More Missing Ballots

Some alumni have still not received their ballots for the Trustee election, Joe Malchow ’08 reports. Balloting ends May 6th. Any alumni who are missing ballots should contact the Dartlog… Read more »

Trustee Election in the Weekly Standard

Trustee Election in the Weekly Standard

An article in the next print edition of the Weekly Standard explains why alumni should support alumni Trustee petition candidates Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88. Voting continues until… Read more »

Student Assembly presidential race

Student Assembly presidential race

A summary of this year’s candidates for Student Assembly president: Brian Martin ’06 is a brother of Psi Upsilon with an unabashedly pro-Greek stance. He claims he can free up… Read more »

Furstenberg’s Ghost

Furstenberg’s Ghost

The Daily Pennsylvanian claims that Penn values athletics more than Dartmouth does. This sounds similar to the comments made by Yale football coach Jack Siedlecki: “As a parent, it would… Read more »

Boot and Rally

Boot and Rally

Stevie Starr, known popularly as “The Regurgitator,” will visit the Collis Center again tonight on the College’s tab. His annual act is simple: swallow something and spit it back up.

Breaking into the Academy

Breaking into the Academy

Paul Mirengoff ’71 follows up on The Review‘s editorial on intellectual diversity, saying that his proposed solution may not be so easy: Without disagreeing with Michael’s solution, we should remember… Read more »