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Monthly Archives: May 2005

PSA

PSA

*********************************Date: 19 May 2005 23:45:32 EDTFrom: Rebecca M. HellerSubject: stolen computerTo: (Recipient list suppressed) Hi guys, Someone stole Sarah Morton’s computer out of the senior fellows office (241 Baker Office… Read more »

The ACIR strikes again.

The ACIR strikes again.

Our friends at the Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility are back at it.____________________________________Date: 19 May 2005 18:14:30 EDTFrom: Sally C. NewmanReply-To: paradewithoutpermitSubject: Investor Responsibility ForumTo: Sally C. Newman Dartmouth’s Advisory… Read more »

Official 2009 Site Celebrates Insecurity

Official 2009 Site Celebrates Insecurity

The official Class of 2009 website includes a prominent link to the website of Buzzflood, a group designed to reassure its founders that Dartmouth really isn’t a worse school than… Read more »

Two Items

Two Items

You don’t see this every day: A professor openly hammering away at the College’s postmodern lilt. Meir Kohn may be an econ prof, but he has some bristling words for… Read more »

Star Wars Mania Comes to Hanover

Star Wars Mania Comes to Hanover

Upper Valley fans of the Star Wars movies are lining up to see the first showing of the series’ final film, Revenge of the Sith, at the Nugget Theater in… Read more »

The Alumni Council’s Admissions Agenda

The Alumni Council’s Admissions Agenda

The Alumni Council’s Enrollment and Admissions Committee is considering new rules to “diversify” alumni interviewers, and the committee’s members found little fault with Dean Karl Furstenberg’s letter condemning the football… Read more »

Atlas of Health Care

Atlas of Health Care

Faculty at the Dartmouth Medical School have put together an “atlas of health care,” a database of how health resources are used nationwide. Their work has been widely cited, including… Read more »

Hood to Show ‘Quirky Pieces’

Hood to Show ‘Quirky Pieces’

The Hood Museum of Art will be giving special tours of its collection tomorrow, including some of its “most quirky pieces.” Does that include these works? From: Callen H. ThompsonSubject:… Read more »

Undermine Patriarchies, Embarrass Yourself

Undermine Patriarchies, Embarrass Yourself

This is surely very crucial. Res ipsa loquitur, and all. ********************************** Drunk boy with popped collar makes derogatory comment at undergrad hottie, should she:a) give the boy a beer showerb)… Read more »

Dunne to Run for U.S. House Seat

Dunne to Run for U.S. House Seat

Matt Dunne, associate director of the Rockefeller Center and a two-term State Senator from Vermont, has acknowledged that he will make a bid to replace Congressman Bernie Sanders in 2006…. Read more »