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Yearly Archives: 2006

NEWSFLASH: People Don’t Like Timmy

NEWSFLASH: People Don’t Like Timmy

Apparently SA President Timmy Andreadis doesn’t play well with others. The Daily D reported today that an exodus of a large number of veteran SA members has occured this fall,… Read more »

Cornell’s Fifth Down

Cornell’s Fifth Down

As Professor Jeffrey Hart documented in the Homecoming Issue of The Dartmouth Review, in 1940, a nationally ranked Cornell football squad eeked out a narrow victory over the Dartmouth Indians…. Read more »

Sustainably Insane

Sustainably Insane

Sustainability at Dartmouth Coordinator Jim Merkel, unveiled the most recent iteration of his quixotic quest to reduce all signs of human impact upon the earth (with the necessary end objective… Read more »

Howie Hawkins Earns 1%; Declares Victory

Howie Hawkins Earns 1%; Declares Victory

Running on an anti-war platform, co-founder of the Green Party in the U.S. Howie Hawkins procured a hefty 1.2% of the vote in his Senate bid against Hillary Clinton on… Read more »

Comical Integrity

Comical Integrity

The Student Assembly (SA) approved a “Statement of Concern Regarding Journalistic Integrity in The Dartmouth” on Tuesday night. The impetus for the resolution was a comic – that’s right, a… Read more »

Unethical to Inform?

Unethical to Inform?

Martha Hennessey ’76, one of the crafters of the recently defeated constitution, vented her frustration in Friday’s issue of the Dartmouth. Clearly mentally incapacitated after the vote, she alleged (among… Read more »

Victory: AGTF Constitution Soundly Defeated

Victory: AGTF Constitution Soundly Defeated

The proposed new Dartmouth alumni constitution, as drafted by the Alumni Governance Task Force, has been resoundingly defeated. Proponents had hoped that a 30% voter turnout (seemingly a pipe dream… Read more »

Rodent Recall

Rodent Recall

First the tragic demise of a squirrel and now this. The residents of the new McLaughlin Cluster have been treated to a calamitous week of pocket-sized proportions. The Dartmouth reported… Read more »

Return Fire

Return Fire

In today’s Letters to the Editor section in the Wall Street Journal, Peter Robinson ’79 responds in short to J. B. Daukus’s letter from last week. I encourage all of… Read more »

Hockey off to first 2-0 start in 19 years

Hockey off to first 2-0 start in 19 years

With the 3-2 win over Vermont tonight, the men’s ice hockey team is off to its first 2-0 start to a season since the fall of 1987. In a game… Read more »