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Monthly Archives: January 2008

An Affinity for What?

An Affinity for What?

A forum yesterday put on by the SAD Diversity and Community Affairs Committee and the Intercommunity Council tried to address questions about the gender inequality of Dartmouth’s social scene. Some… Read more »

Rhetoric, Here to Stay?

Rhetoric, Here to Stay?

The College announced today that it would once again be offering classes in speech—after closing down the department in 2005. Curiously, today’s notice claims that “President James Wright and Provost… Read more »

Analyzing Rhetoric

Analyzing Rhetoric

A Dartmouth student and professor duo have studied the texts of hundreds of speeches by presidential hopefuls. Based on their conclusions they were able to compare each candidate to past… Read more »

RIGs

RIGs

The tireless promoter of the Dartmoose presents: RIGs. Also, this: Anderson, Coen, Reitman, Gilroy, Schnabel. . .Bruschi

President Wright Honored by Marine Corps

President Wright Honored by Marine Corps

The College announced today that President Wright will be awarded the Semper Fidelis Award by the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation in April. The Semper Fidelis Award is presented each year… Read more »

Rocky Director in Today’s Post

Rocky Director in Today’s Post

Andrew Samwick, economics professor and director of the Rockefeller Center here at Dartmouth, has a worthwhile Op-Ed in today’s Post about the bipartisan stimulus package: Shortly after House leaders and… Read more »

Mr. and Miss Big Green

Mr. and Miss Big Green

>Date: 27 Jan 2008 23:28:56 -0500>From: Brandon T. Aiono>Reply-To: holleratyourscholar>Subject: dear secret crush, you have what it takes to win my heart>To: (Recipient list suppressed) ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊… Read more »

The Dartmouth Review of Books

The Dartmouth Review of Books

In this issue: Conservatism is the newest identity in identity politics. Our Kuwait correspondent reports. John Bruce is pressured by the SDS. Gallery Chronicle: the stripe. Old favorites. And, oh… Read more »

Valley News Pines for the Good ‘Ol Days of the Student Life Initiative

Valley News Pines for the Good ‘Ol Days of the Student Life Initiative

In an editorial ostensibly about the return of Beta, the editors take a stroll down memory lane: Tyler Frisbee, a senior who organized a campus rally last week at which… Read more »

Open Thread: Financial Aid

Open Thread: Financial Aid

Last Tuesday an op-ed in the NYTimes argued: Next year, each of these institutions will add more than $20 million to what they now spend on financial aid, reducing the… Read more »