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Monthly Archives: July 2005

Arrest made in Willis-Starbuck ’07 shooting

Arrest made in Willis-Starbuck ’07 shooting

The San Francisco Chronicle has the story–the suspects were close friends of the victim.

Dartmouth DFA Folds?

Dartmouth DFA Folds?

According to an e-mail from arch-leftist Democracy for America, the group known as “Dartmouth for Democracy” has folded for lack of an organizer. Is this true, or have campus liberals… Read more »

Dartmouth as a Model for Reform

Dartmouth as a Model for Reform

A reader e-mails that Hamilton College alumni, inspired by Dartmouth’s Trustee elections where three unofficial petition candidates have won in two years, are attempting to overcome administration resistance and chose… Read more »

Six illegal aliens arrested

Six illegal aliens arrested

Six illegal aliens were taken into custody yesterday by the Border Patrol. They were working at a Dartmouth construction site, though the article doesn’t specify which one.

Dean Langford E-Mails on Willis-Starbuck ’07

Dean Langford E-Mails on Willis-Starbuck ’07

Date: 18 Jul 2005 12:28:00 EDTFrom: Sylvia T. LangfordSubject: Sad NewsTo: (Recipient list suppressed) Dear Members of the Dartmouth Community, Many of you may have already heard this tragic news,… Read more »

Meleia Willis-Starbuck ’07 Killed

Meleia Willis-Starbuck ’07 Killed

The San Fransisco Chronicle reports that Meleia Willis-Starbuck ’07 was shot and killed early this morning in Berkeley, CA while standing outside her apartment with a group of friends. Police… Read more »

Editor Emeritus Alston Ramsay ’04 on “wheelchair warriors”

Editor Emeritus Alston Ramsay ’04 on “wheelchair warriors”

Link to article at NRO here

Harper Defends Title IX; Plagiarism in the Daily D

Harper Defends Title IX; Plagiarism in the Daily D

Athletics Director Josie Harper dismissed as mere politics the Department of Education’s recent decision to reduce paperwork for compliance with rules on parity between men’s and women’s sports. Harper told… Read more »

Child labor

Child labor

…and why regulation is not the best way to end it. Today’s New York Times showcases the work of Dartmouth economist Eric V. Edmonds, who has discovered some interesting traits… Read more »

Revolting

Revolting

Nathaniel DeGeare ’99 is a sick, sick human being.