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Monthly Archives: February 2006

Gazzaniga in NYT

Gazzaniga in NYT

Soon-to-depart Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences Michael Gazzaniga takes to the pages of the New York Times to argue that “all clones are not the same”–that the Bush administration… Read more »

Henrie ’87 to Speak Next Mon.

Henrie ’87 to Speak Next Mon.

Mark Henrie ’87, now a senior editor at ISI Books and the editor of the Intercollegiate Review and Modern Age, will be speaking on campus at 8pm on Monday, February… Read more »

Pathetic

Pathetic

I rarely post here, but I thought that this story merited mention, especially from a college newspaper perspective. The top editors of the Daily Illini at the University of Illinois… Read more »

Comp. Sci. adjunct named to NAE

Comp. Sci. adjunct named to NAE

Adjunct Professor of Computer Science M. Douglas McIlroy was named today to the prestigious National Academy of Engineering.

Liquor Inspector Busts Local Restaurants Too

Liquor Inspector Busts Local Restaurants Too

This past Friday, February 10th, agents from the state Liquor Commission and the Hanover Police made compliance checks at 22 of Hanover’s restaurants licensed to sell alcohol. Of the 22,… Read more »

Amendment Passes

Amendment Passes

The amendment to the Alumni Association constitution that bundled all-media voting with lowering the threshold for new amendment approvals from 3/4 to 2/3 passed by a 198 to 32 margin… Read more »

Luxon to Leave East Wheelock

Luxon to Leave East Wheelock

The East Wheelock Cluster is getting a new face — Susan Brison of the philosophy department will be moving into the “faculty associate” position at the end of this academic… Read more »

Trustees Respond

Trustees Respond

College Trustees T. J. Rodgers ’70, Peter Robinson ’79, and Todd Zywicki ’88 write to The Daily D to denounce the actions of the Association of Alumni pertaining to this… Read more »

Alumni: Vote this weekend

Alumni: Vote this weekend

Noah Riner ’06 explains what’s at stake in this weekend’s special Alumni Association election: The proposed amendment would change this requirement, allowing all-media voting so that alumni can vote regardless… Read more »

Torch Lighting?

Torch Lighting?

Given that this year’s snow sculpture isn’t starting Carnival in very great shape (for those off-campus, a quick look at one of the webcams makes this patently clear), might a… Read more »