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Monthly Archives: August 2005

On Washington Monthly’s Ratings

On Washington Monthly’s Ratings

Joe Malchow ’08 says Washington Monthly‘s college rankings, in which Dartmouth places 37th, are bogus. At the same time, he says the rankings can be used as a model for… Read more »

Zywicki on Academia’s Intellectual Disparity

Zywicki on Academia’s Intellectual Disparity

Alumni Trustee Todd Zywicki ’88 has posted a lengthy rebuttal to those who seek to explain away the lack of conservatives in academia as a natural consequence of conservatives’ alleged… Read more »

Travel Issue Online

Travel Issue Online

The latest issue of The Dartmouth Review is now online for your reading pleasure. Inside, find: — An interview with presidential historian and Montgomery Fellow Robert Dallek. — Tales of… Read more »

Dems Push-Polling Against Bass

Dems Push-Polling Against Bass

PoliticsNH reports that the New Hampshire State GOP has received numerous complaints from residents of Hanover, Lyme, Lebanon, and other towns throughout the 2nd Congressional District about automated phone calls… Read more »

CORRECTION

CORRECTION

Dear Reader, We at The Dartmouth Review are truly sorry for the preceding post by Mr. Nathaniel Ward, which deeply offended the delicate sensibilities of many of us. What Mr…. Read more »

Re: Tuck

Re: Tuck

The Forbes rankings, like President Bush, failed to mention anti-war protester Cindy Sheehan, who has requested a meeting with the commander-in-chief. They’re conspiring to restrict her right to free speech.

Tuck

Tuck

Forbes recently announced its 2005 business school rankings, and Tuck came out at #1. This announcement came as President Bush is facing increased opposition on the war in Iraq, where… Read more »

Undergrad Research Database

Undergrad Research Database

Recent alum and Marshall Scholar Peter Noteboom ’05 passes on this message about a new database of undergraduate theses. Seems like it could be a useful resource if enough students… Read more »

Grovel Before Us

Grovel Before Us

An impressionable New Criterion intern learns what it is like to work for TDR alumni James Panero ’98 and Stefan Beck ’04: “File these press clippings!” the seersuckered Mr. Panero… Read more »

Dartmouth #9

Dartmouth #9

For what it’s worth, Dartmouth retained its #9 ranking from U.S. News & World Report.