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Yearly Archives: 2007

Haldeman Takes the Mike and Doesn’t Let Go

Haldeman Takes the Mike and Doesn’t Let Go

The trustee Q&A held late yesterday afternoon was interesting in that students were able to see and interact with the trustees, but they received few straight answers to their questions…. Read more »

Indians Win Home Opener

Indians Win Home Opener

The Dartmouth Men’s Hockey team won their home opener tonight against Union College. The score was 4-0. The men in green scored three goals in the first period, and after… Read more »

The Ed Haldeman Show

The Ed Haldeman Show

The first ever student-trustee Q&A wrapped up a little less than half an hour ago. The event was succesful to a point. The trustees were candid when asked questions, though… Read more »

Dartmouth Administrator Hangs Out

Dartmouth Administrator Hangs Out

From the police blotter: November 3, 1:34 a.m., Crosby Street Hanover Police were called in to assist Safety and Security personnel after a man and a woman were observed helping… Read more »

Q&A UPDATE

Q&A UPDATE

The Dartmouth Review has it from a reliable source that the two trustees that have, at this point, confirmed their attendance are Stephen Smith ’88 and Todd Zywicki ’88. Regular… Read more »

Trustee Q&A This Friday at Filene

Trustee Q&A This Friday at Filene

>Date: 08 Nov 2007 01:28:48 -0500>From: AGORA>Subject: ASK THE TRUSTEES ANYTHING>To: (Recipient list suppressed) ************************************************************ “ASK THE TRUSTEES ANYTHING” FILENE AUDITORIUM in MOORE, 4:30 FRIDAY with FREE RAMUNTO’S For the… Read more »

Let’s Be Reasonable

Let’s Be Reasonable

TDR alumnus Stefan Beck ’04 has a meandering post over at the Cabal about hate crimes—and especially the sticky situation created when minorities commit hate crimes against themselves. Of interest… Read more »

Auden and Dartmouth

Auden and Dartmouth

Michael Weiss ’02 reminisces.

Provost Scherr Defends His Poor Taste

Provost Scherr Defends His Poor Taste

Provost Scherr wrote in to the Daily D defending the College’s recent choices in commissioned artwork. I continue to believe that the Dartmouth community can embrace art at the Hood… Read more »

More News on the Lawsuit Front

More News on the Lawsuit Front

The following announcement was released by the College’s public affairs office: The parties have agreed on a briefing schedule for the College’s motion to dismiss the Association’s petition, which the… Read more »