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Yearly Archives: 2005

Is Edsforth Still Employed?

Is Edsforth Still Employed?

The Daily Dartmouth reports today that the illustrious Ronald Edsforth, who was at some point in the not-to-distant past teaching a class titled “War and Peace” (and maybe in charge… Read more »

A Proud Moment for Buzzflood

A Proud Moment for Buzzflood

Dartmouth is in the news again, this time credited in the New York Times with inventing beer pong.

Johnson ’73 on the Alumni Election

Johnson ’73 on the Alumni Election

Scott Johnson ’73 has a column up on the Daily Standard this morning on the upcoming Alumni Association election. For those that need a reminder, the election will be held… Read more »

On English

On English

I noticed something interesting in this week’s (London) Spectator. Brendan O’Neill, in his article on the decline of Britpop (non-suscribers—shame on you—may find it here), refers to Oxford and University… Read more »

Post-Yom Kippur News Wrap-Up

Post-Yom Kippur News Wrap-Up

The Daily Dartmouth had a write-up of Wednesday night’s Review-sponsored Mansfield / Travis debate on manliness. The article ignores a lot of the substantive points in favor of the more… Read more »

Reminder — Vote

Reminder — Vote

If you have a Dartmouth degree, you’re eligible to vote in the Alumni Association elections this Homecoming. The elections, as well as a discussion of the proposed new constitution, will… Read more »

NADs vs. Columbus

NADs vs. Columbus

Apparently upset with events 513 years ago, members of Native Americans at Dartmouth are protesting the celebration of Columbus Day on the Green with their annual midnight drum circle.

New TDR Online

New TDR Online

The newest issue of The Dartmouth Review is now available online. In this issue: –Noah Riner’s Convocation Speech and the Controversy Surrounding it.–William F. Buckley on Church and State–Scott L…. Read more »

Zywicki to Speak on Trustee Race

Zywicki to Speak on Trustee Race

Alumni Trustee Todd Zywicki ’88 will be speaking to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni on his “adventures with the Dartmouth Trustee election.”

Our very own Laura Ingraham > Miers

Our very own Laura Ingraham > Miers

So says Richard Miniter over at NRO! Nice Review shout-out.