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Monthly Archives: June 2005

Trustee Meeting

Trustee Meeting

Dartmouth’s Trustees are in town this weekend for their summer meeting. Among the items on the agenda: formally welcoming Peter Robinson ’79 and Todd Zywicki ’88 to the Board. Under… Read more »

Alumni Council Secretary summary…

Alumni Council Secretary summary…

of the discussion of the Trustee election at the spring meeting: Trustee Elections: The group lamented the high level of rhetoric and misinformation that permeated the recent elections. The group… Read more »

Seniors: Buy Indian Merchandise

Seniors: Buy Indian Merchandise

This weekend is graduating seniors’ last opportunity to purchase authentic Dartmouth Indians merchandise on campus. The full lineup of Indian wares—including the new Indian polo shirts—will be offered on Main… Read more »

Culture quiz cont.

Culture quiz cont.

Our old friend, Stefan Beck, at The New Criterion’s Armavirumque provides some more interesting tidbits regarding our Western Culture quiz.Sorry kids, it only gets worse.

Abdicating Responsibility

Abdicating Responsibility

Upon reading the results of The Review‘s latest culture quiz, conservative blogger Thomas Brewton lamented that “Dartmouth apparently is failing to impart an understanding of the culture and tradition that… Read more »

Harvard’s Diversity

Harvard’s Diversity

Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute’s excellent City Journal writes on the $50 million that Harvard will be spending for faculty “diversity” efforts. A key element of the plan is… Read more »

Re: Tussle in Cyberspace?

Re: Tussle in Cyberspace?

Mr. Sloan-Rossiter writes that Of course, Republicans used the rationale that raising the minimum wage would effect employment. However, NH in April 2005 had only a 3.5% unemployment rate, technically… Read more »

Protecting the Connecticut

Protecting the Connecticut

Troy Blanchard Safety and Security, it turns out, has a boat. Do athletic events on the water need protection from interlopers? Does the security force hope to catch those attempting… Read more »

Tussle in Cyberspace?

Tussle in Cyberspace?

Michael Sloan-Rossiter ’08 has issues with a firm “No!” to an increase in New Hampshire’s minimum-wage, or so he made clear in a post to the Dartmouth Young Dems’ weblog…. Read more »

Hufu Makes More News

Hufu Makes More News

A California newspaper has run an article on Hufu founder Mark Nuckols Tu ’06. The Tuck student hopes to expand his fledgling business of selling human flesh-flavored tofu and related… Read more »