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Monthly Archives: April 2008

Comic Description (and Pictures)

Comic Description (and Pictures)

It’s looking increasingly likely that the Daily D won’t be putting the aforementioned comic online. In the interest of bringing our readers as much news as possible on this front,… Read more »

Ice-Breakers

Ice-Breakers

Residents of the McLaughlin Cluster will now be able to visually gage their energy usage by seeing an animated polar bear at “various levels of comfort or distress.” The program… Read more »

Letter Circulating Campus, pt. II

Letter Circulating Campus, pt. II

From the pro-Parity crowd, after the jump. Dear Friends, As you may remember, in the spring of 2006 a small committee proposed to change the alumni constitution to significantly alter… Read more »

Zywicki on AoA Election

Zywicki on AoA Election

Joe Malchow points us to this post by Todd Zywicki ’88 over at the Volokh Conspiracy. Trustee Zywicki provides a brief history of the controversy surrounding this year’s AoA election…. Read more »

Comic Controversy

Comic Controversy

>Date: 24 Apr 2008 13:46:48 -0400>From: Katie T. Cheng>Subject: Alex Felix ’08 is…>To: (Recipient list suppressed) 1. a Phrygian2. a racist3. an asshole Just thought you should know. Please refer… Read more »

Letter Circulating Campus

Letter Circulating Campus

The new form letter from Lam et. al. being sent out to the campus, after the jump. Dear Dartmouth Community, Attached is a petition written by several Dartmouth students in… Read more »

Bonnie Lam: I have a deeper personal relationship with Molly Bode.

Bonnie Lam: I have a deeper personal relationship with Molly Bode.

The Daily D also has an article up about the competing student petitions and their (apparently) chaotic status. There is confusion about all sorts of things: Is Dartmouth Undying paying… Read more »

More on Chairman Haldeman and Putnam Investments

More on Chairman Haldeman and Putnam Investments

Today’s issue of the Daily Dartmouth ran a story charging that the Review’s statements in our article entitled “Blowing the Whistle on Ed Haldeman” are false. UPDATE: Trustee T.J Rodgers,… Read more »

Commencement Speaker announced

Commencement Speaker announced

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the first elected female president of Africa, will be speaking to the graduating class of 2008 on June 8, 2008. Genevieve Haas, of Dartmouth’s Public Affairs Office, writes,… Read more »

Yes: We Want to Preserve Democracy at Dartmouth

Yes: We Want to Preserve Democracy at Dartmouth

TDR Editor-in-Chief Emily Esfahani-Smith recently blitzed out to the class of 2008 in response to the earlier blitz from Bonnie Lam ’10 obtained by The Dartmouth Review. >Date: 22 Apr… Read more »