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Monthly Archives: April 2005

Dickey Director: ‘No Doubt’ About Warming

Dickey Director: ‘No Doubt’ About Warming

Human-caused global warming is an incontrovertible fact, Dickey Center director Kenneth Yalowitz said. “The scientific facts are no longer in doubt,” he wrote in the institute’s Crossroads newsletter. “Global warming… Read more »

Oh really?

Oh really?

In an April 5th speech here in New York, President Wright said, “The criticism that Dartmouth has a ‘speech code’ derives from the position taken by the interest group FIRE,… Read more »

Latest Dartmouth Review Now Online

Latest Dartmouth Review Now Online

Today’s edition of The Dartmouth Review is now available online. In this issue: Dartmouth’s 12.5-to-one ratio of Democrats to Republicans, and what that means. A professor explores issues of academic… Read more »

That Ol’ College Try

That Ol’ College Try

Kapil Kale ’07 made a feeble attempt in yesterday’s D to explain the presence of liberal bias among the professoratti. Feeble, I say, because he relied on words of wisdom… Read more »

Overheard on the Green

Overheard on the Green

Two students bellyached to one another that Dartmouth is flying the American flag at half staff in memory of Pope John Paul II. They apparently believed it a violation of… Read more »

Wireless Upgrade Leads to Outages

Wireless Upgrade Leads to Outages

Recent upgrades to Dartmouth’s wireless computer network have resulted in intermittent outages in various places on campus. Representatives of Computing Services said the problems stem from the switch from Cisco… Read more »

Daily Dartmouth Errata

Daily Dartmouth Errata

Some observations about today’s Daily Dartmouth: So Which Is It?–Reporter Rebekah Rombom ’08 did not question the contradiction between College President James Wright’s statement that students can speak freely and… Read more »

‘Unconstitutional’

‘Unconstitutional’

The Dartmouth Civil Liberties Union tonight will show “Unconstitutional,” a film produced by liberal activist Robert Greenwald about (what else?) the PATRIOT Act. Greenwald has produced a series of partisan… Read more »

TDR on NRO

TDR on NRO

National Review national political reporter John Miller notes that The Dartmouth Review, through the Collegiate Network, has been one of the recipients of support from the soon-to-be-defunct John M. Olin… Read more »

Student Assembly Enters Trustee Fray

Student Assembly Enters Trustee Fray

The Student Assembly’s Alumni Affairs Committee submitted questionnaires to the six alumni Trustee candidates, asking their positions on free speech, room searches, athletics, fraternities, class size and other important issues…. Read more »