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Yearly Archives: 2008

The College’s Sustainability is now being Publicized on Media-Newswire.com

The College’s Sustainability is now being Publicized on Media-Newswire.com

For some reason, an entire article about the newly built McLaughlin cluster and its efficient energy use appeared on the press release website. The cluster is part of a program… Read more »

Affirmative Action – Pernicious, Disgusting, and Demeaning?

Affirmative Action – Pernicious, Disgusting, and Demeaning?

Deroy Murdock visited the Rockefeller Center yesterday to deliver a speech justifying discrimination. He claims that it is a moral and legal right for private institutions to discriminate. Murdock, a… Read more »

Hood Museum Stages “Hip Hop in the Hood” Event, Hilarity Ensues

Hood Museum Stages “Hip Hop in the Hood” Event, Hilarity Ensues

Nisanth beat me to the punch—but for the benefit of everyone I’m going to go ahead and post the document that Fan had attached to her blitz. Before I go… Read more »

Hood Museum Intern Apologizes for Liking Hip-Hop Too Much

Hood Museum Intern Apologizes for Liking Hip-Hop Too Much

Ms. Melissa Fan of the Class of 2008 sent out a blitz expressing her sincerest apologies for trivializing African American culture. I would too after seeing the posters in food… Read more »

SAD Machinations

SAD Machinations

Hands down one of the funniest stories I’ve seen appeared in the Daily D today: Outgoing Student Body President Travis Green ‘08 and Vice President Ian Tapu ‘08 resigned their… Read more »

Trustees Haldeman ’70 and Mulley ’70 Dodge Questions about the Presidential Search

Trustees Haldeman ’70 and Mulley ’70 Dodge Questions about the Presidential Search

On Monday, Haldeman and Mulley hosted a meeting with the students to receive input about what we wanted to see in the next president. Unfortunately this discussion was not a… Read more »

Prof. Green on Genetic Engineering

Prof. Green on Genetic Engineering

Professor Ron Green has an Op-Ed in the Post about the future of genetic engineering. Here is his conclusion: Genomic science is racing toward a future in which foreseeable improvements… Read more »

Chris Miller ’63 is STILL Riding on the Animal House Money Train

Chris Miller ’63 is STILL Riding on the Animal House Money Train

It seems that Pangolin Pictures is making a documentary about AD for the 30 year anniversary of Animal House. In order to complete the film and provide some current footage… Read more »

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 »