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Monthly Archives: May 2007

Climate Change: One Gandhi Quote at a Time

Climate Change: One Gandhi Quote at a Time

This blitz was just sent out by Dean Lord, who, it appears, has come to the conclusion that the best way to generate understanding on important issues is through sarcasm…. Read more »

Let the Comments Commence

Let the Comments Commence

Sorry to all those who have been commenting over the last few months; fortunately, we have figured out the problem and your posts should now go through without any problems…. Read more »

New Visionary Doesn’t Just ‘Play’ Liberal

New Visionary Doesn’t Just ‘Play’ Liberal

Dartmouth’s Center for Women and Gender has a new “Visionary in Residence.” This year’s Visionary is Staceyann Chin, whose qualifications include being a “poet” and an “activist”. Chief amongst Chin’s… Read more »

Russian Prof Makes a Splash Across the Pond

Russian Prof Makes a Splash Across the Pond

Lev Losev, Professor of Russian at the College, just published what the Times Literary Supplement is calling “the best single literary biography of [Joseph Brodsky] yet to have appeared in… Read more »

SA Election Results

SA Election Results

SA election results were announced a little before seven o’clock this evening. The big winners were Travis Green ’08 and Ian Tapu ’08 for the posts of president and vice-president… Read more »

Regulation Confusion

Regulation Confusion

The Daily D reports in today’s edition that Raj Koganti ’08, a candidate for SA President, was given a tier-one sanction by the Elections Planning and Advisory Committee. The sanction… Read more »

Favored Method of Dissemination: Sidewalk Chalk

Favored Method of Dissemination: Sidewalk Chalk

For those so inclined, there is extensive coverage of the Student Assembly Election in today’s Daily D. A front page story in today’s paper reports the result of an informal… Read more »

Siporen: I’m pissed off

Siporen: I’m pissed off

Not that he has any substantive reason to be. The Daily D just gave him an unequivocal endorsement in Friday’s edition: Siporen sees the improvement of students’ quality of life… Read more »

DDS’s Generosity

DDS’s Generosity

Dartmouth Dining Services sent out a survey today, asking students to grade them on various aspects of their service. As an incentive they offered the following: As a thank you,… Read more »

Of Nags, B–tches, and Shrews

Of Nags, B–tches, and Shrews

The American Council of Trustees and Alumni issued a report a few days ago on the fate of Shakespeare in today’s universities. The study, called The Vanishing Shakespeare, found that… Read more »