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Monthly Archives: May 2008

Kos Blooger Sees Conspiracy

Kos Blooger Sees Conspiracy

In response to a comment on the previous post: Yes, Laura Clawson is indeed the Daily Kos blooger that posted “The VRWC [Vast Right Wing Conspiracy] at Dartmouth and Beyond.”… Read more »

Learn How to be a Progressive Blooger

Learn How to be a Progressive Blooger

Rocky, right now. >Date: 10 May 2008 17:33:54 -0400>From: Dartmouth Free Press>Reply-To: DFP>Subject: Orient & Progressive Blogging Now!>To: (Recipient list suppressed) The second half of the Dartmouth Coalition for Progress’s… Read more »

The AoA lawsuit muckraking continues

The AoA lawsuit muckraking continues

Once again, William Schpero made it to the front page of today’s daily Dartmouth for what seems to be the only role he plays in that publication – exposing the… Read more »

More on the Senior Survey

More on the Senior Survey

Jake Baron ’10 dissects the recently released senior survey. He’s taken some of the graphs out of the pdf, so head on over and take a look. Here’s just one… Read more »

More administrative bloat on the way

More administrative bloat on the way

According to the front page of today’s D, the College is looking for an “information security officer.” Here’s why: Confidential research and security information can be transmitted by the click… Read more »

Dartmouth Medical School in the News

Dartmouth Medical School in the News

The New York Times reports on “Slow Medicine”, an approach to geriatric care based in research conducted at the Dartmouth Medical School.

Hearing Out the Profs

Hearing Out the Profs

Today’s Daily Dartmouth features an editorial which, like so many of the editorials we’ve seen lately, is differentiating petition trustees from non-petition trustees—but the issue at stake here is shockingly… Read more »

Why not Just Send a Check?

Why not Just Send a Check?

Students buy jeans, help Somali women. P.S. This, courtesy of the comments.

Wright on the New GI Bill

Wright on the New GI Bill

President Wright has a piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education on the new GI Bill. Here’s a small sample: Yet despite the overwhelming historical success of educational benefits for… Read more »

New TDR Issue Finally Up

New TDR Issue Finally Up

After some technical difficulties with our server, we have finally been able to upload the full issue to our website. Some of the new articles available for your reading pleasure… Read more »