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Monthly Archives: February 2008

Revamping the Primary Process?

Revamping the Primary Process?

Professor Samwick has a post up that endorses a move to ‘approval voting’ in presidential primaries. Having watched the primary season unfold from a very nice vantage point, I think… Read more »

SAD: New Website

SAD: New Website

The Student Assembly is about to begin a long overdue overhaul of their website. Daily D article here.

Another Questionable Op-Ed in the D…

Another Questionable Op-Ed in the D…

I disapprove of religious zealotry, to be sure, but does it really pose that large of a threat to the Dartmouth educational experience? I had no idea that our College… Read more »

A Note on Nota Bene

A Note on Nota Bene

Dartlog is pleased to announce that the ‘Nota Bene’ section of this blog is up and running again after its long hiatus. Articles from the internet will be regularly posted… Read more »

Post reports on College’s Suit and Wright’s Retirement

Post reports on College’s Suit and Wright’s Retirement

From today’s Post, I quote in full: Court Keeps Dartmouth Suit Alive NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. — A New Hampshire superior court denied a request from Dartmouth College to dismiss a… Read more »

Haldeman Denies Connection

Haldeman Denies Connection

Chairman of the Board of Trustees denies any connection between the timing of the court ruling and President Wright’s decision to announce the timing his resignation: “The governance issues had… Read more »

Summary of What Exactly the Court Ruled On

Summary of What Exactly the Court Ruled On

The College raised three points in their motion for dismissal. The judge denied all three. Here’s a ‘cliff notes’ version of his decision: The Board’s action in 1891 was legitimate… Read more »

Op-Ed on Financial Aid Repackaging

Op-Ed on Financial Aid Repackaging

This is significantly less exciting than the news over President Wright’s resignation and the recent court ruling on the College’s Motion to Dismiss, but still worth mentioning: The Daily Dartmouth… Read more »

College Buries News of Court’s Ruling

College Buries News of Court’s Ruling

The College now has its take on the court’s decision online; yet it still has not linked to it from its homepage, as is customary with news concerning Dartmouth.

GRAFTON COUNTY DENIES COLLEGE’S MOTION TO DISMISS

GRAFTON COUNTY DENIES COLLEGE’S MOTION TO DISMISS

This news came down from the court before President Wright announced his intention of resigning in the summer of 2009. The motion, just now coming to light, was actually released… Read more »