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Monthly Archives: February 2008

Goeglein Resigns

Goeglein Resigns

The AP reports: Timothy Goeglein, who has worked for Bush since 2001, acknowledged that he lifted material from a Dartmouth College publication and presented it as his own work in… Read more »

White House Caught Plagiarizing from The Dartmouth Review

White House Caught Plagiarizing from The Dartmouth Review

Just last week Columbia announced that they would be keeping on staff a professor caught red-handed, guilty of extensive plagiarism. And now comes news of this. Timothy Goeglein, a top… Read more »

Buckley at The Dartmouth Review Gala

Buckley at The Dartmouth Review Gala

“I got to tell him once what I thought of him, almost, to his face,” Rick writes below. Me too. Like Rick’s, my comments took the form of a toast—in… Read more »

More on WFB

More on WFB

From the obit in today’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “He followed Walter Lippmann as one of the great journalists of his time,” said Jeffrey Hart, an emeritus professor of English at Dartmouth… Read more »

Veterans Recruit Fellow Veterans

Veterans Recruit Fellow Veterans

More on President Wright’s and several students’ work to bring more vets to campus in today’s Christian Science Moniter: Jason Hord ran his own construction business before his Army National… Read more »

Jeffrey Hart on the First Time he Saw Buckley

Jeffrey Hart on the First Time he Saw Buckley

In 2005 Professor Hart published a history of National Review entitled The Making of the American Conservative Mind: National Review and Its Times. Below is an excerpt from an article… Read more »

WFB: The Dartmouth Review Extends Condolences

WFB: The Dartmouth Review Extends Condolences

William F. Buckley Jr. accomplished many things in his life, large and small. One of the smaller things touches us near here at The Dartmouth Review. It was with seed… Read more »

William F. Buckley Jr., “Scourge of Liberalism,” Dead at 82

William F. Buckley Jr., “Scourge of Liberalism,” Dead at 82

From the New York Times: William F. Buckley Jr., who marshaled polysyllabic exuberance, famously arched eyebrows and a refined, perspicacious mind to elevate conservatism to the center of American political… Read more »

ORL Foresees an On-Campus Housing Shortage

ORL Foresees an On-Campus Housing Shortage

ORL (the Office of Residential Life) mailed out a letter from Dean Redman today concerning a potential housing shortage next year. First among the students affected are five-year Thayer students… Read more »

The Power of Eloquence

The Power of Eloquence

Professor Hart has an Op-Ed in today’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about the faulty assumption that the ability to speak eloquently and the ability to ‘get things done’ are mutually exclusive. He… Read more »