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Monthly Archives: March 2008

Board Files Answer to AoA’s Petition

Board Files Answer to AoA’s Petition

I’m front-paging this anonymous comment from an older thread. The Board of Trustees has filed its answer to the alumni lawsuit. [On Feb. 29] Notable: the Board is finally asserting… Read more »

Administrative Note

Administrative Note

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the reading period, which will be followed by finals and spring break. Posting will be light over the next few weeks.

Part III: In Which the King of Jordan is Implicated

Part III: In Which the King of Jordan is Implicated

In the comments below Eli Perle (whose sole job seems to be promoting Eisenstadt’s blog) writes: Good research on your part, but it still leaves some unanswered questions. M. Thomas… Read more »

Higher Ed Endowment Spending

Higher Ed Endowment Spending

Inside Higher Ed has obtained many of the reports that schools sent to the Senate Finance Committee about endowments. Article here.

Prof. Hart on Rosenstock

Prof. Hart on Rosenstock

I was reading through the preface of Prof. Hart’s Smiling Through the Cultural Catastrophe (published in 2001) when I came across this on Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy. This seems to corroborate the… Read more »

Randall on the Podium

Randall on the Podium

Hart Essay Plagiarized Again?

Hart Essay Plagiarized Again?

In a blog post entitled “In Defense of Plagiarism: Why Tim Goeglein Got Thrown Under the Bus” blogger M. Thomas Eisenstadt claims a lot of things. He goes out of… Read more »

Glenn Randall ’09 Wins NCAA Championship

Glenn Randall ’09 Wins NCAA Championship

From left to right: True, Sinnott. Glenn Randall ’09 won the men’s 10k freestyle today at the NCAA cross country skiing championships in Bozeman Montana. This win is a big… Read more »

More on the Frost Lectures

More on the Frost Lectures

Vox of Dartmouth has more on the transcribed lectures: Nuggets of intriguing information can be found throughout the transcript, such as Frost’s admission that he doesn’t often use the word… Read more »

More on the Housing Shortage

More on the Housing Shortage

The Daily D‘s opinion page has seen a continuation of the housing discussion. Yesterday, Rachel Bernhard ’08 raised the point that it made no sense to punish seniors, who are… Read more »