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Monthly Archives: February 2008

Visualizing Dartmouth’s Alcohol Policy

Visualizing Dartmouth’s Alcohol Policy

Dartblog has a telling graph illustrating alcohol infractions at Dartmouth compared to the other Ivy League Schools. We reported on similar but more extensive information last fall.

Trustee Heals World With Capitalism, Not Bureaucracy?

Trustee Heals World With Capitalism, Not Bureaucracy?

Somebody at ABC has realized that good things can come out of the free market – something that T. J. Rodgers has known all along.

Board to Give AoA 45 Days Notice

Board to Give AoA 45 Days Notice

The Dartmouth Review has learned that the College will not seat new Charter Trustees on the 22nd of February. If and when the Board decides to continue, they have agreed… Read more »

New Charter Trustees on the Way?

New Charter Trustees on the Way?

As Dartblog has already mentioned today, we are rapidly approaching the 22nd—the date, before which, the Board of Trustees promised not to seat any new Charter Trustees. They announced that… Read more »

New AoA Slate Announced

New AoA Slate Announced

The AoA’s nominating committee has announced their slate of candidates for the coming spring election. The consequences of the vote will be significant, for if the proposed candidates are elected… Read more »

More on the Vi(she)nary in Residence

More on the Vi(she)nary in Residence

“Eve Ensler is my ‘She-ro.’”

Bill Doesn’t Survive Committee

Bill Doesn’t Survive Committee

The New Hampshire House of Representatives Commerce Committee has voted down the bill that would give them control of Dartmouth’s Charter by a 14-1 margin. Rep. Mooney, who introduced the… Read more »

Because We Don’t Really Need Civil Liberties

Because We Don’t Really Need Civil Liberties

I am Officer Rivieri! UPDATE: Rivieri gets suspended (transfered to a paying administrative job), story here.

Culbert’s Replacement Found

Culbert’s Replacement Found

Joe Malchow is reporting that a replacement for Sheila Culbert has already been found: Holding forth on its specious view that the problem is the medium, not the message, Dartmouth… Read more »

Eve Ensler

Eve Ensler

“I was surprised more people weren’t here.” Ensler may have been surprised by the turnout, but I know one rabid fan who loved the whole thing.