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Monthly Archives: July 2005

Jessiman, Stempniak sign pro contracts

Jessiman, Stempniak sign pro contracts

Not really a shocker, but it’s now official. Hugh Jessiman ’06 signs with the Rangers. Update 7/31/05: Last year’s captain, Lee Stempniak ’05, has officially signed with the St. Louis… Read more »

Zywicki on Roberts and Roe

Zywicki on Roberts and Roe

Trustee Todd Zywicki ’88 looks from a legal standpoint at whether Senators can fairly question Supreme Court nominee John Roberts about Roe v. Wade in hypothetical future cases. His conclusion:… Read more »

Ricciardone ’73 nominated to ambassadorial post

Ricciardone ’73 nominated to ambassadorial post

President Bush has announced that he will nominate Francis J. Ricciardone, Jr. ’73 as ambassador to Egypt.

Willis-Starbuck ’07 update

Willis-Starbuck ’07 update

Calstuff has a complete update on all happenings with the case.

Disingenuous Counting

Disingenuous Counting

In National Review Online, Editor Emeritus Alston Ramsay ’04 questions the statistical methodology Iraq Body Count, an anti-war organization, used to determine civilian casualties in Iraq. His conclusion: they’re not… Read more »

Fick ’99 on War Books

Fick ’99 on War Books

In last week’s Washington Post Book World, former Marine Capt. Nate Fick ’99 briefly reviewed several books on warfare that he brought along on his campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq…. Read more »

The Witchhammer Comes Crashing Down–Adding Fuel to the Fire

The Witchhammer Comes Crashing Down–Adding Fuel to the Fire

It seems as if Stethers’s masterful review of Malleus Maleficarum, a fifteenth-century witch-hunting guide, has caused quite a stir in the Pagan/Wiccan/additional weird beliefs community. Visitors to the Wren’s Nest… Read more »

TDR Downtime

TDR Downtime

The Dartmouth Review family of sites was down for a bit this morning, but they’re back online now. Apologies for any inconvenience.

New Issue

New Issue

The latest issue of The Dartmouth Review is available online.

Our cell-ebrated ethics expert

Our cell-ebrated ethics expert

The Washington Post on Senate subcommittee hearing testimony on the ethics of stem cell research, including that of Dartmouth’s own Prof. Ron Green The D article went out of its… Read more »