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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Overheard at Dartmouth, Dartlog Style

Overheard at Dartmouth, Dartlog Style

Said to me this evening in complete seriousness, causing considerable amusement: “I’m sorry, I don’t mean to be offensive. I’m just saying, if you write for the Review, I think… Read more »

Google Deems Robert Spencer Hateful

Google Deems Robert Spencer Hateful

Courtesy of the blog “Little Green Footballs” comes the news that Google has removed the video of Robert Spencer’s speech from last Friday’s Islamo-Fascism Awareness event. As I noted in… Read more »

Baker Slowly Balding

Baker Slowly Balding

Even though Wenda Gu’s vanity project was supposed to come down on Sunday, apparently deconstructing a $50,000 piece of “art” requires some time. Although students no longer have to put… Read more »

In Violation of the College’s Privacy Policy

In Violation of the College’s Privacy Policy

Nachman has raised another important issue over at his blog. Is this in violation of the College’s Privacy Policy? Information stored on an individual’s account is presumed to be private… Read more »

What Constitutes a Private Environment?

What Constitutes a Private Environment?

Here is what Barbara Knauff, Dartmouth’s Blackboard guru, has to say about the situation: Instructors can monitor student activity on their sites, yes. You shouldn’t look at Blackboard as “private”… Read more »

Student Privacy?

Student Privacy?

I can’t verify if this is true, but Dave Nachman writes that: Nearly every course at Dartmouth uses Blackboard, an online software service that lets professors post materials and give… Read more »

“Awareness Week” —If Only We Were Aware of the Problem

“Awareness Week” —If Only We Were Aware of the Problem

Many of us here at Dartlog were ambivalent about “Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week,” skeptical that it would really accomplish anything other than coopting that great monolith of PC culture—the “awareness week.”… Read more »

College: No New Charter Trustees Until February 2008

College: No New Charter Trustees Until February 2008

Today Dartmouth College followed the time-honored approach of dumping out its unfavorable news on a Friday. According to a news release by the administration, the College submitted a motion to… Read more »

Homecoming TDR

Homecoming TDR

For those who haven’t made their way over to our homepage in the last week, it should be known that the homecoming edition of The Dartmouth Review is online. Included… Read more »

Goodbye Gu

Goodbye Gu

Today is the last day students will have to navigate around strands of unseemly hair as they make their way through Baker-Berry Library. By all accounts the exhibit has been… Read more »