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Monthly Archives: April 2007

Andrew Seal is a Winner

Andrew Seal is a Winner

I’m not quite sure what this entails, but apparently it’s newsworthy: >Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 11:17:10 -0400 (EDT)>From: Darsie.Riccio@Dartmouth.EDU>To: [redacted]>Subject: English major survey winner! Dear students: Thanks to all… Read more »

Become a SAPA, or Else?

Become a SAPA, or Else?

This could possibly just be hearsay: I have it from an anonymous source that there may be big changes in store for the Greeks next year. In an effort to… Read more »

Dartmouth Wins Ethics Competition

Dartmouth Wins Ethics Competition

Congratulations to the Dartmouth Ethics Society for placing first in the National Intercollegiate Business Ethics Competition. The event was held at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles on April 20th… Read more »

2nd Amendment Under Fire

2nd Amendment Under Fire

More absurdity on the opinion page of The Daily D. Today’s lowpoint was written by Zachary Hyatt ‘09. In his piece, Mr. Hyatt takes aim at the Second Amendment to… Read more »

Laundering in the Connecticut

Laundering in the Connecticut

Sustainable Dartmouth sent out a petition today, gauging support for a “Sustainable Living Center”. The petition reads as follows: This is a survey to estimate student support and interest in… Read more »

15 Greeks and a DAPA

15 Greeks and a DAPA

John McCardell, former President of Middlebury College, visited campus yesterday. The Daily D reports that McCardell met with fifteen Greek leaders and one Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisor to discuss… Read more »

MacGovern Appeal is Dismissed

MacGovern Appeal is Dismissed

John MacGovern’s appeal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court was dismissed on April 18, less than a month after the justices heard the case. The case involved an Association of… Read more »

With Respect to Free Speech

With Respect to Free Speech

In perhaps one of the oddest op-eds I’ve come across in The Daily D this year, Danielle Strollo ’07 struggles impressively to defend the indefensible: Political Correctness. The event that… Read more »

Conservative Heavyweights Weigh In

Conservative Heavyweights Weigh In

Two of the most well known conservative syndicated columnists in the country have weighed in on the Trustee Election. First, on April 6, George F. Will, of the Washington Post,… Read more »

Expanding Gender Neutrality

Expanding Gender Neutrality

Today’s Daily D reports yet again upon next year’s pilot Gender Neutral Housing program. In the article, it is alluded that the program was originally to be confined to the… Read more »