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Monthly Archives: May 2005

Hufu Taste Test

Hufu Taste Test

Mark Nuckols Tu ’06 will be offering samples of Hufu, his people-flavored tofu, at 1pm today in front of the Tuck School. On the menu is Serano Nanito, a Papua… Read more »

Interview with a Former Editor

Interview with a Former Editor

Bernard Chapin of the conservative Enter Stage Right web magazine has posted an interview with former Dartmouth Review editor James Panero ’98. Panero describes his political coming-of-age at Dartmouth: As… Read more »

Re: Has Anyone Noticed

Re: Has Anyone Noticed

I took my first ride on a Big Green Bike this evening while returning from a late evening at the office. Nothing about the bike was big except its handlebars,… Read more »

Anti-Trade Teach-In

Anti-Trade Teach-In

A Dartmouth group seeking to block the Central American Free Trade Agreement is hosting a teach-in Wednesday with New Hampshire anti-globalization activist Arnie Alpert at 5pm in 101 Collis.

Center for Women and Gender

Center for Women and Gender

Apparently, former Las Vegas transsexual stripper Andrea Hackett was seriously considered to serve as a Visionary in Residence at the Center for Women and Gender this year (at least I’m… Read more »

Dartmouth under FIRE

Dartmouth under FIRE

We’ve seen some encouraging developments this week regarding the free speech climate on Dartmouth’s campus. It’s important to get a sense of perspective. Four years ago, President Wright felt comfortable… Read more »

Green light…with an asterisk

Green light…with an asterisk

As noted, FIRE has upped Dartmouth’s free speech rating, which will surely meet with cheers from P. Wright–even though just a couple weeks ago he was snidely referring to FIRE… Read more »

Has Anyone Noticed

Has Anyone Noticed

that the Big Green Bikes are actually black? They are, at least, big.

FIRE Upgrades Dartmouth Speech Rating

FIRE Upgrades Dartmouth Speech Rating

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) today lifted Dartmouth’s “red” free-speech rating, its worst ranking, declaring that the College no longer has a speech code. The change was… Read more »

Social Security Debate

Social Security Debate

Tonight at 6:00 in the Hinman Forum, Professor Jeff Smith will debate Professor Andrew Samwick over the future of Social Security. The event is jointly sponsored by the Young Democrats… Read more »