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Monthly Archives: April 2008

Advocacy or Services?

Advocacy or Services?

Nathan Bruschi ’10 penned a rare kind of Op-Ed in today’s Daily D, i.e. a good one. Services or activism? Which of these things would you like to get out… Read more »

More SA results

More SA results

The student body just received a blitz from EPAC, the Elections Planning and Advisory Committee, with the full results of the SA elections: SA President: Molly BodeSA Vice President: Nafeesa… Read more »

Nonie Darwish

Nonie Darwish

I had the great pleasure of attending a speech by Nonie Darwish in Collis Commonground last night that lasted almost two hours with questions.  She is the daughter of the… Read more »

“Black Womanhood” Exhibit on Display at Hood

“Black Womanhood” Exhibit on Display at Hood

The Hood Museum of Art recently debuted “Black Womanhood: Images, Icons, and Ideologies of the African Body,” an exhibit showcasing the work of African, European, American, and Caribbean artists. The… Read more »

SA Voting Ends Today

SA Voting Ends Today

You can vote at Student Assembly’s website . Before you vote, if you want to be more informed you can read coverage of the Greek debate and the EPAC debate…. Read more »

Trial to be in November

Trial to be in November

The AoA trial has requested its “Bench trial assignment” for November. The news can be found here (pdf). Also of interest, the trial is estimated to last between 5 and… Read more »

Dartmouth Coalition for Peace

Dartmouth Coalition for Peace

Joe Malchow catalogues student groups that compete for the banner of justice: The sender, an Allison Levy, summoned two exclamation points to state her case. She is plainly excited about… Read more »

Group Therapy for Rejection from Dartmouth

Group Therapy for Rejection from Dartmouth

According to the Boston Globe, it seems that high school seniors are in need of some grief counseling. Hopefully our Dartmouth 12’s won’t spend too much of our beloved college’s… Read more »

WW I Era Cannon Buried Under Memorial Field

WW I Era Cannon Buried Under Memorial Field

Evidently a moribund alumnus had one last prank to get off his chest before he departs.   The local NBC station has their report here.

Prof. Hart in The American Conservative

Prof. Hart in The American Conservative

Prof. Hart’s anecdotal history of William F. Buckley has been making its way around the internet. For those who have yet to read it, here is a short excerpt: At… Read more »