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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Untamed is Recognized

Untamed is Recognized

For many of us last year, the founding of the College’s second humor magazine (the Jack-o-Lantern being the first) Untamed was a cause for celebration. How many times was I… Read more »

Nobel Prize in Literature

Nobel Prize in Literature

The 2006 Nobel Prize winner in Literature, Orhan Pamuk spoke at Dartmouth today. Pamuk, a Turkish author, seamlessly wove humor into remarks that alternated between anecdotes and excerpts from his… Read more »

Dartmouth  Swimming is the Nation’s Top Academic Program

Dartmouth Swimming is the Nation’s Top Academic Program

Remember when the administration almost did away with swimming at Dartmouth. Remember when they said their just wasn’t the money, even when the administrative budget was seeing massive increases. Here’s… Read more »

Wright Addresses Faculty

Wright Addresses Faculty

His remarks touched on many things, including but not limited to professor compensation, construction work, the capital campaign, the recent trustee controversy, the quality of Dartmouth’s professors and students, and… Read more »

Sorority Rush Begins

Sorority Rush Begins

For the next week, expect to see groups of sophomore (and junior!) women walking around campus in heels and skirts – sorority rush begins today at 6:00 pm. Round 1,… Read more »

Oral Sex in The Dartmouth

Oral Sex in The Dartmouth

There has been somewhat of a stir on campus regarding an article published last Friday by The Dartmouth. The article, written by Aurora Wells ’10, was an exposé explaining to… Read more »

Wright Calls for a New GI Bill

Wright Calls for a New GI Bill

Over the weekend President Wright had an op-ed published in the Boston Globe. In the piece, a typical Wright ramble, he writes of his admirable visits to military hospitals, and… Read more »

Batman by Dostoevsky.

Batman by Dostoevsky.

Batman by Dostoevsky.

Some Thoughts on the Recent Controversy

Some Thoughts on the Recent Controversy

The recent controversy enveloping Dartmouth College has been extremely vexing for sundry reasons. Amongst them, the disingenuous representation of the Board’s decision to the Dartmouth community is particularly maddening. The… Read more »

The AoA’s complete suit

The AoA’s complete suit

Dave Nachman brings us the Association’s motion. Thank you Dave, and enjoy everyone. UPDATE: Dartblog brings us a fuller picture of the motion: The Petition for Injunctive and Declaratory Relief.