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Yearly Archives: 2008

ECO Celebrates Earth Day 2008

ECO Celebrates Earth Day 2008

April 22 is Earth Day; the Environmental Conservation Organization blitzed out campus-wide to inform all students of the event. As I walked across the Green early this afternoon, by far… Read more »

Post-Debate Follow-Up

Post-Debate Follow-Up

Aporia, the student philosophy group, hosted a post-debate lunch on the Tuesday following the debate between Professor Walter Sinnot-Armstrong and Dinesh D’Souza about whether it’s possible for people to be… Read more »

Alumnus Response to the AoA President

Alumnus Response to the AoA President

I am an alumnus, Class of 1959, and have read your e-mail. You are wrong when you imply that the recent letter, signed by four alumni, purported to be from… Read more »

Can We be Good Without God?

Can We be Good Without God?

In an event billed as a “conversational debate” between Dinesh D’Souza ’83, an early Review staffer, and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, professor of philosophy at the College, an overflowing crowd in Alumni Hall… Read more »

The Dartmouth Review of Mr. Haldeman and the Upcoming AoA Elections

The Dartmouth Review of Mr. Haldeman and the Upcoming AoA Elections

The new issue is now online and includes the following articles: Trusting Ed Haldeman – Bad Idea? 6/24/1891: Never Forget – how the 117 year old agreement might fade into… Read more »

Letter from AoA President

Letter from AoA President

April 21, 2008 Dear Dartmouth alumnus or alumna, I am president of the Dartmouth Association of Alumni, an official College organization comprised of all alumni, whose primary responsibility is conducting… Read more »

New VP for Institutional Diversity and Equity Named, No Surprise

New VP for Institutional Diversity and Equity Named, No Surprise

The College has named the new Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity. It will by Holly Sateia, who has been working on diversity issues at the College since 1974…. Read more »

Breaking: Dartmouth Hates Minorities

Breaking: Dartmouth Hates Minorities

Today’s Daily Dartmouth features a thought-provoking polemic by Bryan Joseph Lee ’07. In the piece, Lee discusses how the recent “Hip Hop in the Hood (Museum of Art)” debacle is… Read more »

Dean Blitzes Out about Missing Laundry Caper

Dean Blitzes Out about Missing Laundry Caper

>Date: 18 Apr 2008 18:45:54 -0400>From: John F. Pfister>Subject: Missing laundry>To: (Recipient list suppressed) Look, I am not one to send around notes every time things come up missing, but… Read more »

Economics Prof. Meir Kohn Lectures about the Nuances between Libertarianism and Progressivism

Economics Prof. Meir Kohn Lectures about the Nuances between Libertarianism and Progressivism

Professor Meir Kohn spoke Thursday night at a College Libertarians meeting in a lecture titled “From Middle Ages to Modern Times: Why Markets Work and Governments Do Not.” Reported by… Read more »