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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Homecoming Shirt Underwhelms

Homecoming Shirt Underwhelms

Some people found last year’s Homecoming shirt offensive for its depiction of an Indian, and while this year’s shirt will probably not incite demonstrations and hysterical accusations of racism, it’s… Read more »

And So It Begins

And So It Begins

The email below across my inbox this morning through a chain of forwards. It comes from a major fundraiser (and donor) for the Dartmouth Parents and Grandparents Fund, addressed to… Read more »

Abandoning the Sense of Community

Abandoning the Sense of Community

Excellent Op-ed in today’s paper by Jacob Baron ’10. Among Dartmouth’s many special elements — breathtaking physical beauty, green shutters on the dormitories, fraternity pledge rituals that would violate the… Read more »

They Start Young

They Start Young

The Daily D ran a story today about the electioneering for freshman class council. The article itself was unremarkable save for the introduction of Dartmouth’s newest power hungry political caricature…. Read more »

Higher than Average Rush

Higher than Average Rush

Yesterday witnessed the end of this year’s rush process. According to the Daily D the number of participants this year was higher than normal. Here is the breakdown of this… Read more »

More Bureaucracy on the Way

More Bureaucracy on the Way

>Date: 15 Oct 2007 19:40:00 -0400>From: Special Programs & Events Committee>Subject: SPEC Event Funding>To: (Recipient list suppressed) I am writing to inform you all about a new organization, the Special… Read more »

“Indoctrinate U” and the NYT’s Response

“Indoctrinate U” and the NYT’s Response

This kind of thing should be right up the Review‘s alley, but I admit I’d never heard of “Indoctrinate U”, a new documentary by Evan Coyne Maloney about ideological conformity… Read more »

Dartmouth Supports Sweatshop Art

Dartmouth Supports Sweatshop Art

There is a fascinating new article in the Dartmouth Independent on Wenda Gu—the man responsible for the hair all over our library. I encourage everyone to go read it. In… Read more »

Tales from the Crypt

Tales from the Crypt

A new edition of The Dartmouth Review is now online. TDR secured confidential administrative documents concerning pong, alcohol arrests from year to year, and comparative tables between Dartmouth and other… Read more »

Lessing, Revisted

Lessing, Revisted

To build off of Andy’s post below, I’d like to draw attention to today’s NYT reprint of an article written by Doris Lessing originally in 1992. The article, “Questions You… Read more »