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Monthly Archives: September 2005

Oversubscribed Courses

Oversubscribed Courses

As of this morning, the first day of classes, only one government class (a seminar from a visiting professor) had ANY openings. I discovered this to my chagrin when I… Read more »

Scott Glabe Call-Out

Scott Glabe Call-Out

Scott Johnson ’73 on the Powerline Blog calls out Scott Glabe for pointing him towards Noah Riner’s Convocation speech, and also notes Scott’s column in this morning’s Daily Standard decrying… Read more »

Pres. Wright at Convocation

Pres. Wright at Convocation

Riner’s speech today should, of course, be contrasted directly with President Wright’s Convocation speech, now also available online . Key lines from the speeches: Riner, in reference to the violence… Read more »

Convocation

Convocation

Noah Riner ’06’s speech to the class of ’09 is available online. And in case you missed it, Sandeep Ramesh’s valedictory speech to the class of ’05 is also.

Zywicki on Hurricane Response

Zywicki on Hurricane Response

Alumni Trustee Todd Zywicki ’88 has posted to his blog several interesting pieces about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He raises several questions about the government’s spending priorities now that… Read more »

Football opens with a win.

Football opens with a win.

Dartmouth opened the Buddy Teevens ’79 era with a 26-21 win over Colgate this afternoon at Memorial Field. After a slow start, Dartmouth’s defense got the team going, forcing several… Read more »

New Aquinas House Director

New Aquinas House Director

Fr. William Garrott, O.P., has been named the new director of Aquinas House, Dartmouth’s Catholic Student Center, by the Bishop of Manchester. Fr. Garrott formerly was the vocations director for… Read more »

Kelley ’81 featured

Kelley ’81 featured

Steve Kelley ’81, a former cartoonist for the Review, was recently featured in an Editor and Publisher article. Kelley, now an editorial cartoonist for New Orleans’ Times-Picayune, was displaced by… Read more »

No Editors

No Editors

That’s the only way I can explain how there are so many factual and even spelling errors in two paragraphs of this Daily Dartmouth article on the past four years… Read more »

Re: Errata Redux

Re: Errata Redux

The web editor has still neglected to fix the counting error on the Daily D’s front page.