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Monthly Archives: May 2006

A United Front

A United Front

Together with Andrew Seal, editor of the Dartmouth Free Press, the campus’s far-left publication, I wrote this editorial condeming the proposed Alumni Constitution. Our aim was that by presenting an… Read more »

Paulson ’68 Tapped as Treasury Secretary

Paulson ’68 Tapped as Treasury Secretary

Hank Paulson ’68, current CEO of Goldman Sachs, was named Secretary of the Treasury this moring by President Bush. His nomination comes as part of the ongoing overhaul of the… Read more »

A Record of Their Fame

A Record of Their Fame

As today is Memorial Day, I feel it only appropriate that we all take a moment to reflect upon the Sons of Dartmouth who have given their lives for the… Read more »

Women’s Lax Loses Heartbreaker to Wildcats

Women’s Lax Loses Heartbreaker to Wildcats

The Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team fell to Northwestern this afternoon, 7-4, in the NCAA title game. The women held a 4-3 lead following a goal by Sarah Szefi 5:11 into… Read more »

Women’s Lax Reaches NCAA Final

Women’s Lax Reaches NCAA Final

Dartmouth’s women’s lacrosse team cruised past Notre Dame last night in the NCAA Semifinal, 14-8, and will face defending champion Northwestern Sunday at noon for the NCAA title. The game… Read more »

AoA Executive Committee CANCELS Elections

AoA Executive Committee CANCELS Elections

The Executive Council of the Dartmouth Association of Alumni have CANCELLED elections at their next annual meeting. You read that correctly: in light of the Alumni Council’s endorsement of the… Read more »

The Wright Stuff, Part 2

The Wright Stuff, Part 2

Over on Powerline, Scott Johnson editorializes on their “Just the Facts” interview of President Wright from yesterday. His critiques are pretty much the same as my own, and many other… Read more »

Wright on Powerline

Wright on Powerline

Today, Powerline Blog features this brief interview with President Wright. It touches on all the standard hot-button topics (Alumni governance issues, Western Civilizaiont curriculum, etc.), with little editorializing. You get… Read more »

Guaranteed housing? Maybe next year.

Guaranteed housing? Maybe next year.

The Office of Residential Life announced, with much self-laudatory fanfare, that the College would, for the first time, guarantee housing for all students during the ’06-’07 school year. (Sophmores, of… Read more »

Whatever you say

Whatever you say

From today’s Daily D: “Larimore has gained the respect of the student body for his even-handed approach to the Greek system.”