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Monthly Archives: September 2008

Bailout-palooza

Bailout-palooza

Paul Hodes, our Democratic Representative here in Hanover, opposed the bill today. Perhaps the dartlog commentators would like to weigh in on the deal as well?

The era of Wall St. is over.

The era of Wall St. is over.

Dartmouth seniors, many of whom are preparing for corporate recruiting right now, may be disheartened to learn about “The End of Wall Street,” as reported today in the Wall Street… Read more »

TDR Freshman Issue

TDR Freshman Issue

The Freshman Issue of The Dartmouth Review is now online, with a little something for everyone, including updates to our infamous Best and Worst Professors column, additions to our list… Read more »

Keggy Kidnapping Kaper

Keggy Kidnapping Kaper

Keggy the Keg has been stolen. This is evidently a legitimate criminal affair. The letter from the Jack-O-Lantern (language): Upon returning to campus for pre-orientation, members of the Dartmouth Jack-O-Lantern… Read more »

Crady announces COS reforms

Crady announces COS reforms

Dean of the College, Tom Crady, has today announced reforms that will be made to the Committee on Standards, and the undergraduate disciplinary process. His letter, here.

ROTC Bans to Encounter Opposition

ROTC Bans to Encounter Opposition

From the Washington Post: IVY LEAGUE administrators, take heed: The next president will oppose the de facto bans on the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps that prevail at several of these… Read more »

Haldeman Announces New Charter Trustees

Haldeman Announces New Charter Trustees

From Ed Haldeman’s Open Letter: Dear Members of the Dartmouth Community, I am pleased to announce new appointments to the Dartmouth Board of Trustees. Five distinguished alumni, who have devoted… Read more »

Figure skating coach resigns, faults administration

Figure skating coach resigns, faults administration

The Valley News reports that the head coach of Dartmouth’s “five-time national champion figure skating team has resigned after a disagreement with the college about the program’s position in the… Read more »