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Monthly Archives: May 2008

Harry Frankfurt Interview

Harry Frankfurt Interview

Apologies for the light posting, but we are in the midst of finals. For those who want something interesting to read in the meantime, TDR Senior Editor David Leimbach has… Read more »

College Decides that some Alumni Are Not Interested in Voting

College Decides that some Alumni Are Not Interested in Voting

This from Power Line: As the election for executive positions on the Dartmouth Association of Alumni draws to a close, we on Parity Slate have received two disturbing reports. First,… Read more »

Update on the Priya Venkatesan story

Update on the Priya Venkatesan story

The daily D apparently had another interview with Priya Venkatesan yesterday. The article in today’s issue noted that Venkatesan no longer plans to write a book that names names and… Read more »

New Tipster Service in Place

New Tipster Service in Place

The Dartmouth Honor Education Committee has set up a website that allows students to anonymously inform on their peers. It will be interesting to see what kind of weight these… Read more »

WSJ: Dartmouth and Clinton, Both Desperate

WSJ: Dartmouth and Clinton, Both Desperate

From today’s Wall Street Journal: If you think Hillary Clinton has been slow to accept the results at the ballot box, meet the folks who run Dartmouth College. Like Sen…. Read more »

Choice of Font May Affect Paper Grade

Choice of Font May Affect Paper Grade

Memorial Day marks the beginning of finals period here at the College. For those of us assigned final papers, Phil Renaud has some interesting research on how to raise your… Read more »

O’Donnell Coordinates with DALA?   Surely Not.

O’Donnell Coordinates with DALA? Surely Not.

DALA sent out a blitz to its affiliated alumni Friday morning, trotting out the right-wing conspiracy angle once more. They touch on most of the same things as Katy O’Donnell‘s… Read more »

Review Holds Spring Fete

Review Holds Spring Fete

Yesterday the staff of The Dartmouth Review held its annual spring cookout. Celebrating the close of another eventful year here in Hanover, the Review staffers and one canine friend gathered… Read more »

The D Breaks a Story! Not.

The D Breaks a Story! Not.

In today’s Daily Dartmouth, there’s an article that acts like a real-live journalism piece: that is, it pretends to be news with an angle. Truly, though, the article possesses neither… Read more »

Dartmouth Undying Bribes Students

Dartmouth Undying Bribes Students

…with Vitamin Water and cold, hard cash. Apparently, Dartmouth Undying is paying students to campaign for the organization’s cause. Someone in my sorority sent the following e-mail out to the… Read more »