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Monthly Archives: April 2005

Big Green Bus

Big Green Bus

Several students from Dartmouth’s club ultimate frisbee team have begun work on an environmentally friendly bus powered by used vegetable oil. They have posted a video showing their efforts. With… Read more »

Webster Ave. Electrical Upgrade

Webster Ave. Electrical Upgrade

This explains why power lines have been strung above ground for several days in front of several fraternities. Date: 14 Apr 2005 11:45:55 -0400From: Charles P. ClarkSubject: Webster Ave Power… Read more »

2005-06 Hockey Schedule Released

2005-06 Hockey Schedule Released

Quinnipiac joins the ECAC by replacing UVM (who is leaving for Hockey East), and with the Bobcats comes a change in travel partners. Dartmouth is now paired with arch-nemesis Harvard,… Read more »

Night to be Retaken Again

Night to be Retaken Again

Coordinated by the College’s professional feminists, Dartmouth students will “take back the night” this Friday. The night was also retaken last year (and the year before, and the year before,… Read more »

At the Dartmouth Trustee voting site

At the Dartmouth Trustee voting site

I haven’t received an e-mail or seen a press release about this, but: IMPORTANT UPDATE-The Voting Deadline has been extended to May 6, 2005

Election Rules Violation – X

Election Rules Violation – X

Vote for Robinson and Zywicki. (And if you haven’t yet, note that balloting has officially been extended. The final date is no longer April 22nd, but May 6th.)

Azar ’88 to Help Run HHS

Azar ’88 to Help Run HHS

President Bush has nominated Alex Azar ’88 to be the new Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services. Azar, currently general counsel for HHS, has also clerked for Supreme Court… Read more »

Beck on Intellectual Diversity

Beck on Intellectual Diversity

National Review Online has published an article by Stefan Beck ’04 on the need for intellectual diversity on college campuses. Beck bases much of the piece on his experiences at… Read more »

Wanted: VP of Alumni Relations

Wanted: VP of Alumni Relations

A College committee is searching for a man to replace Vice President for Alumni Relations Stanley Colla ’66. Colla has held his position for twelve years.

Election Rules Violation — IX

Election Rules Violation — IX

Susan Ackerman ’80 is not the only faculty member advocating against the petition candidates in violation of election regulations. The Review has learned that Geography Professor Richard Wright has also… Read more »