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Yearly Archives: 2005

Has Buzzflood Been Alerted?

Has Buzzflood Been Alerted?

D headline: “Dartmouth ends hunger pre-Thanksgiving “

Dartmouth Last in Presidential Pay

Dartmouth Last in Presidential Pay

The Chronicle of Higher Education has released its annual survey of academic executive compensation (searchable here). Dartmouth’s James Wright ranks last in the Ivy League, with a total compensation of… Read more »

Next Stop: Israel

Next Stop: Israel

So, how long now until a “Palestine Action Group” starts a campus campaign to divest from Israel? My guess is six months, tops.

Oh, No! Capitalism!

Oh, No! Capitalism!

Capitalism is the root of all evil and all that is wrong with the world, Benjamin Borbely ’06 tells us in today’s Daily Dartmouth. It causes everything from polar ice… Read more »

Rago and Buckley

Rago and Buckley

In today’s Wall Street Journal, Dartmouth Review Editor Emeritus Joe Rago ’05 talks to former National Review editor William F. Buckley about current events and the state of conservatism.

Nate Fick

Nate Fick

is awesome. Go see him today, most particularly if you opposed the war or have significant doubts about it. You’ll find his thoughtfulness incredibly refreshing. 4:30 PMFilene Auditorium

Wanted

Wanted

While perusing National Review’s archives, I came across the following in the classified section, in the April 8, 1961 issue: WANTED. An intellectual, who will write 750 word defense of… Read more »

Fick on ‘Jarhead’

Fick on ‘Jarhead’

Nate Fick ’99, who is signing copies of his new book, One Bullet Away today at the Dartmouth Bookstore, has an excellent column on Slate about the new film “Jarhead.”

If It Ain’t Broke…

If It Ain’t Broke…

Michael Belinksy ’08 closes his convoluted pro-theft op-ed in today’s Daily Dartmouth by conflating two notions: cheap online access to information, through Apple’s iTunes and the like, and intellectual property… Read more »

Rago on New England

Rago on New England

Today’s Journal features a Joseph Rago ’05’s review of The Encyclopedia of New England, a new compendium of articles detailing the unique history and identity of Rago’s beloved homeland. Rago… Read more »