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Monthly Archives: April 2005

Assembly Favors Higher Tuition

Assembly Favors Higher Tuition

According to a report in today’s Daily D, the Student Assembly has passed a resolution encouraging the federal government to drive up the cost of education with increased subsidies. Fortunately,… Read more »

Dartmouth Goldwater Recipients

Dartmouth Goldwater Recipients

Two Dartmouth students, Bart Butler ’06 and Emma Lubin ’06, were recently named Goldwater Scholars. A bit of background on the prestigious awards, which support undergraduate excellence in science, mathematics,… Read more »

Dartmouth Figure Skating Repeats

Dartmouth Figure Skating Repeats

The Dartmouth club figure skating team won its second consecutive national championship (blurb at bottom of page) last weekend, destroying runner-up Delaware 109-59.

A Research University?

A Research University?

The College should give up any pretense at being an undergraduate-focused institution and become a research university, Mohamad Bydon ’02 writes in an op-ed in today’s Daily Dartmouth. To achieve… Read more »

The New Corporate Order

The New Corporate Order

The influence of the Ivy League on American upper management is declining.

Eisenhower on Free Speech

Eisenhower on Free Speech

Speaking at Dartmouth’s Commencement exercises in 1953, President Dwight Eisenhower had this to say about openness to ideas you disagree with: Don’t join the book-burners. Don’t think you’re going to… Read more »

‘If I Were a Lesbian, Don’t You Think I Would Have Gone to a Women’s College?’

‘If I Were a Lesbian, Don’t You Think I Would Have Gone to a Women’s College?’

The Union-Leader talks to Gina Barreca ’79, one the first women admitted to the College, about the early years of co-education

Humor in the Trustee Election

Humor in the Trustee Election

Scott Johnson ’73 writes at Powerline that the alumni behind Alumni Asking WTF “have a better sense of humor” than do those who run Alumni for a Strong Dartmouth.

Roomies

Roomies

Kevin Pedersen ’05 pokes fun at The Review‘s coverage of the alumni Trustee election in his Daily Dartmouth cartoon.

Zywicki: Lack of Diversity ‘Unsurprising’

Zywicki: Lack of Diversity ‘Unsurprising’

Alumni Trustee petition candidate Todd Zywicki ’88 has this to say on The Review‘s recent study finding that Democrats outnumber Republicans at Dartmouth 12.5 to one: “the results are unsurprising.”… Read more »