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Yearly Archives: 2005

Dartmouth in The Onion

Dartmouth in The Onion

The Onion uses Dartmouth’s campus as the setting for an article in its latest issue. The article, standard Onion fare, includes a few details that don’t ring true for those… Read more »

William F. Buckley Jr. on Riner

William F. Buckley Jr. on Riner

Read it here.

NRO on Riner

NRO on Riner

Over at NRO, Stefan Beck ’04 weighs in on SA President Noah Riner’s Convocation speech.

Job Market

Job Market

Previously, I have been somewhat critical of the Dartmouth education, but it now appears as though the school may have been setting its grads up for employment after all.

Gazzaniga to Leave Dartmouth

Gazzaniga to Leave Dartmouth

Michael Gazzaniga, the David McLaughlin Professor of Distinction, Director of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, member of the President’s Council on Bioethics, and former Dean of the Faculty, is leaving… Read more »

Hockey Musings

Hockey Musings

Some random hockey notes with the opening faceoff less than a month away: This year marks the 100th season of hockey at Dartmouth. Both the men and the women were… Read more »

Tuck ranked highly

Tuck ranked highly

Less than a week after being named to the #1 slot in The Wall Street Journal‘s ranking of business schools, the Tuck School placed third in The Economist‘s annual international… Read more »

The College’s Purpose

The College’s Purpose

The College’s charter, granted by King George in 1769, calls “for the education and instruction of Youth of the Indian Tribes in this Land … and also of English Youth… Read more »

The D’s Editorial

The D’s Editorial

The Daily Dartmouth‘s editorial this morning claims that Dartmouth has given up on its original mission of education Indians and “while Riner has the same freedoms as all students, his… Read more »

Thought on All This

Thought on All This

As Stern points out, Heintz comic was far more offensive than Riner’s speech by almost any metric. Now remember, if not for instant running voting, Heintz would be SA president… Read more »