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Yearly Archives: 2009

New Hampshire House of Reps: Back to Basics

New Hampshire House of Reps: Back to Basics

The New Hampshire House of Representatives introduced an absolutely delightful resolution on Monday. It’s pretty long, but here’s the most important point: “all acts of Congress which assume to create,… Read more »

Provost Scherr and VP Keller detail the college’s budget changes

Provost Scherr and VP Keller detail the college’s budget changes

Provost Barry Scherr and Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration Adam Keller blitzed out to campus, alums, and parents outlining where changes would be made to the budget. $72… Read more »

President Wright Blitzes Out to Campus

President Wright Blitzes Out to Campus

Unlike the weekly lost apparel blitzes, Wright blitzed this one out to alums and parents too. In the e-mails, found after the jump, Wright describes what changes are being made… Read more »

Stop the Waste First

Stop the Waste First

Joseph Asch ’79 makes some good points in his column in today’s D. The administration stubbornly refuses to make the spending cuts which have been needed since before the current… Read more »

More Anti-Greek Conspiracies?

More Anti-Greek Conspiracies?

Following the recent Judicial Affairs hearings regarding misconduct at off-campus formal events, three Greek organizations have been put on probation for a period spanning Winter Carnival. One of these organizations,… Read more »

The Greek System is Evil

The Greek System is Evil

It sure is, at least according to one Nina Maja Bergmar ’11. In her article, entitled Embracing Unaffiliation, Ms. Bergmar lampoons the Greek system with several unassailable arguments. Edit: Full… Read more »

What the New Deal really did.

What the New Deal really did.

Words of wisdom from today’s WSJ, not to be ignored in light of our nation’s current recovery efforts: Read the whole thing.

R. I. P. John Updike

R. I. P. John Updike

“If I can read this strange old guy’s mind aright, he’s drinking a toast to the visible world, his impending disappearance from it be damned.”— The Full Glass

The FoCo Blog

The FoCo Blog

Something a little lighter than book reviews and ruminations on recession… An enterprising Dartmouth student identifying himself as only “FoCo Patron X” has started a tongue-in-cheek (maybe?) food blog about… Read more »

Latest TDR Online: Dartmouth Review of Books

Latest TDR Online: Dartmouth Review of Books

The latest issue of The Dartmouth Review is online, featuring our annual Dartmouth Review of Books! Highlights: * Editor-in-Chief Emily Smith-Esfahani, on Dartmouth’s Economic Woes* Canonical books for job-seekers: Hygiene,… Read more »