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Monthly Archives: February 2008

Read this Yarn

Read this Yarn

I’ve already exhorted readers of Dartlog to read Nick’s piece on Fitzgerald once before, but if you haven’t made your way over to it, then I hope this post will… Read more »

The Post, Once Again

The Post, Once Again

Hopefully the last post about the Post for a while: Revolving Door.

Wright and GI Bill of Rights

Wright and GI Bill of Rights

More in yesterday’s papers: the Globe has an article about how the administration has stonewalled the new GI Bill of Rights. The Pentagon and White House have so far resisted… Read more »

Fulbright Scholar Degraded by Working in a Bookstore

Fulbright Scholar Degraded by Working in a Bookstore

President of the 2006 class, Jennifer Krimm, in yesterday’s Post: Want Fries with that Frustration? Sunday, February 10, 2008; Page B08 When I was turned down for a purely administrative… Read more »

New TDR: Fitzgerald at Winter Carnival

New TDR: Fitzgerald at Winter Carnival

There’s a new issue of The Dartmouth Review up online, inside: Nick Desai pieces together F. Scott Fitzgerald’s infamous trip to Winter Carnival from the recently acquired Budd Schulberg papers…. Read more »

The College’s Homepage is a Bit Misleading

The College’s Homepage is a Bit Misleading

The College’s front page still makes no mention of the court’s recent decision to deny the College’s motion for dismissal. A reader blitzed in and pointed out that, in fact,… Read more »

The Big Pink

The Big Pink

>Date: 08 Feb 2008 11:30:29 -0500>From: Sarah S. Parsons>Subject: pink!!!>To: (Recipient list suppressed) come watch the girls hockey team v. RPI tonight at 7pm. we are wearing pink jerseys (pretty… Read more »

A Response to Yesterday’s Anti-Religion Op-Ed

A Response to Yesterday’s Anti-Religion Op-Ed

I just got a blitz from Nathan Empsall ’09, who writes the Wayward Episcopalian blog, in response to my post on Lucy Stonehill ’10’s condescending op-ed in yesterday’s D: Thanks… Read more »

The Dartmouth Online: Worthless

The Dartmouth Online: Worthless

It’s 8:30 on Thursday, why do they still have Wednesday’s paper up? Most daily papers switch over at midnight, I can see them needing a little more time but 8… Read more »

Whaley: They’re Missing Out

Whaley: They’re Missing Out

From Inside Higher Ed: “The exemption was originally purely for resource reasons,” said Lindsay Whaley, associate dean for international and interdisciplinary programs. About 200 out of the approximately 1,000 Dartmouth… Read more »