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Monthly Archives: July 2005

Fall Term Montgomery Fellows

Fall Term Montgomery Fellows

I don’t believe it’s been officially announced yet, but the Montgomery Fellows for the fall term (theme: Science and Society) will be: Dr. Rita Colwell (Oct. 10-14), former director of… Read more »

Cason ’66–Our Man in Paraguay?

Cason ’66–Our Man in Paraguay?

President Bush has nominated James Cason ’66 to serve as ambassador to Paraguay. Previously, Cason served as our man in Havana, where he was famous for his work against Castro’s… Read more »

Immelt article

Immelt article

General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt ’78 was recently profiled for his environmental commitments in Time.

Dartmouth Reaction to London Bombing

Dartmouth Reaction to London Bombing

Various Dartmouth students, alumni and faculty have posted online reactions to this morning’s terrorist attacks on London’s subway: Ariel Stern-Markowitz ’05 says the attacks shouldn’t derail the important work at… Read more »

It Must Be Satire

It Must Be Satire

Since no Dartmouth student could possibly write this poorly. The lead paragraph gets better each time I read it, especially the second sentence. Harvard University appointed Ryan Travia, coordinator for… Read more »

College-Mandated Renovations

College-Mandated Renovations

An otherwise competent Daily Dartmouth article on the ongoing renovations to several fraternities and sororities neglects a basic fact: the reason these various houses are undergoing this construction at the… Read more »

Zywicki Predicts Confirmation Fight

Zywicki Predicts Confirmation Fight

Trustee Todd Zywicki ’88 says “there will be a brutal confirmation battle regardless of who is nominated” to replace Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. He explains that “the Bush… Read more »

Whalen to leave?

Whalen to leave?

Dartmouth baseball coach Bob Whalen is in the running for the head coach position at Maine. Whalen is the third-winningest coach in Dartmouth history.