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Yearly Archives: 2008

Homecoming Issue Online

Homecoming Issue Online

Our latest issue of The Dartmouth Review, celebrating homecoming, is now online. Top stories include: * A History of Dartmouth Nights, including why one should, nay, must rush the field.*… Read more »

Parity Politics

Parity Politics

The Hanover Institute, a non-profit corporation with an interest in maintaining parity on Dartmouth College’s Board of Trustees, issued a full page advertisement in The Dartmouth on Friday, making it… Read more »

WFB’s Son To Vote Obama

WFB’s Son To Vote Obama

So in the event anyone notices or cares, the headline will be: “William F. Buckley’s Son Says He Is Pro-Obama.” I know, I know: It lacks the throw-weight of “Ron… Read more »

Nader Neglected

Nader Neglected

Ralph Nader, the quadrennial third-party presidential candidate, held what could be loosely defined as a “campaign rally” at Dartmouth College on Monday. Despite the on-campus popularity of environmentalism and consumer… Read more »

Questions for Professor Hart

Questions for Professor Hart

This week, I will be interviewing Professor Hart about the elections (and his support of Barack Obama) for our upcoming issue. If any Dartlog commenters would like to suggest questions… Read more »

Latest Issue Online

Latest Issue Online

The Latest Issue of The Dartmouth Review is now online, focusing on the issue of religion and spirituality on campus. Highlights include: * A History of the Tucker Foundation* Ending… Read more »

TDR and Technology

TDR and Technology

As Web Editor of The Dartmouth Review, I will begin to provide insight into Technology here at Dartmouth, and in the nation as a whole. New student start-ups, changes in… Read more »

Vice-Presidential Debate

Vice-Presidential Debate

About two and a half hours ago, liberals everywhere tuned in to the Vice Presidential debate, already relishing the anticipated rout. Even some pessimistic conservatives expected Joe Biden to talk… Read more »

2008 Dartmouth Clery Report

2008 Dartmouth Clery Report

The Dartmouth Department of Safety and Security today released their 2008 Annual Security Clery Report, detailing various crime rates, specifically crimes committed by students and those that occurred on Dartmouth… Read more »

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?