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Yearly Archives: 2006

Level Playing Field a Concern on Upcoming Votes

Level Playing Field a Concern on Upcoming Votes

The Balloting Committee of the Association of Alumni is in charge of running the voting process for the upcoming Constitution. Their job is to make the process fair, efficient, and… Read more »

The Journal weighs in on alumni constitution ‘reforms’

The Journal weighs in on alumni constitution ‘reforms’

The Wall Street Journal‘s editorial on the antidemocratic alumni constitution is now available for non-subscribers. From the article: In 2004 and 2005, however, Dartmouth alumni were finally offered genuine choices…. Read more »

New Hampshire Falls of Dems’ Map

New Hampshire Falls of Dems’ Map

The Democratic National Committee has added a caucus in Nevada between the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire primary. Something about more diversity, yada yada yada. More to the point,… Read more »

Hey, Check Out our Book!

Hey, Check Out our Book!

Stefan Beck ’04 and James Panero ’98, were recently interviewed by Front Page Magazine, where they discussed The Dartmouth Review’s book, The Dartmouth Review Pleads Innocent: Twenty-Five Years of Being… Read more »

Out-Reviewing the Review?

Out-Reviewing the Review?

I think not. In a similar style to my joint editorial with Andrew Seal, editor of the Dartmouth Free Press, Rahul Sangwan and Adam Patinkin have published a joint statement… Read more »

Electioneering, Part 2

Electioneering, Part 2

And it continues… This one from an intercepted communique sent out to members of the Alumni Council. This time, Merle Adleman ’80, she of the cancelled election fame, has sent… Read more »

AGTF Electioneering

AGTF Electioneering

Well, you knew it was coming. And now it’s here. The electioneering process has already begun to force the undemocratic AGTF constitution through its Fall vote. Local clubs, it seems,… Read more »

Jim Merkel or Steve Urkel?

Jim Merkel or Steve Urkel?

Dartmouth’s sustainability director is in the news (or the D) once again. This time, Merkel has spearheaded a movement to buy more expensive produce from within the region to supply… Read more »

Is this guy for real?

Is this guy for real?

More from the absurdity of sustainability guru Jim Merkel: In an article in today’s Daily D, Merkel sings the praises of more eco-friendly takeout containers at Food Court. The former… Read more »

Kevin Hudak, Dan Linsalata, and more

Kevin Hudak, Dan Linsalata, and more

They’re all in the July/August edition of the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine. Check out page 20 for an excellent article by Bryant Urstadt on the Review‘s twenty-fifth anniversary gala.