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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Dartmouth College Alumni Council Statement Opposing Lawsuit

Dartmouth College Alumni Council Statement Opposing Lawsuit

>Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 16:02:04 -0400 (EDT)>From: “Alumni Council” >Reply-To: >Subject: Call to Drop Lawsuit Dartmouth College Alumni Council Statement Opposing Lawsuit On October 3, 2007, 6 members of… Read more »

Auction of Dartmouth Memorabilia

Auction of Dartmouth Memorabilia

Dartlog has been informed of an auction to take place Sunday, October 21, in Plainfield New Hampshire. The auction will begin at 11am at the W.A. Smith Auction Gallery, with… Read more »

AoA Blitzes Dartmouth Students

AoA Blitzes Dartmouth Students

>To: [redacted]>Subject: The College Governance Controversy>Date: Thu, 04 Oct 2007 19:00:03 -0400>From: “Association of Alumni” >Reply-To: dartaoa@gmail.com Dear Dartmouth Students, We are the executives of the Dartmouth Association of Alumni… Read more »

Extract of what was Filed

Extract of what was Filed

For all you legal aficionados the following is the bare bones version of what was filed yesterday morning by the AoA: 1. Motion Conclusion:The Association respectfully requests that the Court… Read more »

Further Reading

Further Reading

There is another article of interest in the Daily D today. It focuses on the over-subscription problem in the Economics Department. Professors are having to teach %50 more classes than… Read more »

Former Review Chief Writes In

Former Review Chief Writes In

The Daily D published a letter from former TDR Editor-in-Chief Dan Linsalata ’07. Do I think the Governance Committee made the right decision? No. Do I believe Ed Haldeman ‘70,… Read more »

Why the Board’s changes are fundamentally unhealthy for Dartmouth

Why the Board’s changes are fundamentally unhealthy for Dartmouth

AoA blitzed this to Alumni this morning. FROM THE DARTMOUTH ASSOCIATION OF ALUMNI: An explanation of the Board’s changes, and why they are fundamentallyunhealthy for Dartmouth. As most of the… Read more »

Not can we, but should we?

Not can we, but should we?

A couple of weeks ago Tatyana Liskovich (Disclosure: Liskovich is Editor-in-Chief of Aporia, the Dartmouth Philosophy Journal, a publication for which I edit) wrote to the Dartmouth Independent. In the… Read more »

Welcome Freshman, New TDR now online

Welcome Freshman, New TDR now online

Back by popular demand, the first issue of The Dartmouth Review this Fall is now online. Inside: Avoid love, write for The Dartmouth Review Professors: the best and the worst… Read more »

Meir Kohn: Administration = Ministry of Truth

Meir Kohn: Administration = Ministry of Truth

Also in the Daily D this morning is a great op-ed piece from Meir Kohn, an economics professor at Dartmouth. Known across campus as one of the most difficult, yet… Read more »