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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Princeton Admits Inferiority

Princeton Admits Inferiority

In today’s Daily Princetonian, contributing columnist Kelsey Zimmerman laments Princeton’s backward ways and points to Dartmouth as a shining example of, uh…how to handle college dining? Okay, if you say… Read more »

Upbeat Note of the Day, Courtesy of TED

Upbeat Note of the Day, Courtesy of TED

It can’t compete with the YoungCons’ latest hit (their efforts continue to amaze), but this video from the lecture series TED chronicles the decline of violence across history, making a… Read more »

Visiting the Love March

Visiting the Love March

After an illuminating interview with the Sun God (MALS student Johnathan James Recor), the masked presence that continues to believe the world (our campus in particular) is a stage for… Read more »

Olympian Andrew Weibrecht on “bringing your best”

Olympian Andrew Weibrecht on “bringing your best”

Here is Dartmouth student and olympic alpine skier Andrew Weibrecht ’09 who told TDR about the importance of “bringing your best” to the winter games. For many Dartmouth students, spring is… Read more »

Sun God Seizes The Green

Sun God Seizes The Green

We’ve tolerated his late night lightsaber sessions on the green, we’ve even dealt with his posters and flyers dominating message boards all over campus. But now, the Sun God has… Read more »

TDR Talks With Dartmouth Olympians

TDR Talks With Dartmouth Olympians

The latest issue of the Review, just out today, features an interview with Dartmouth’s own undergraduate Olympians: Andrew Weibrecht ’09, Laura Spector ’10, Tommy Ford ’12 and Nolan Kasper ’14…. Read more »

Hated, Adored, Never Ignored; Young Cons At It Again

Hated, Adored, Never Ignored; Young Cons At It Again

You all probably remember Josh “Stiltz” Riddle and David “Serious C” Rufful, known to most of America as The Young Cons, a rap duo who profess conservative beliefs. In addition… Read more »

“It fits. It feels great.”

“It fits. It feels great.”

Those words, just moments ago from 2010 Masters champion Phil Mickelson. How great that a true family man and all-around class act was able to prevail in the most hallowed… Read more »

Asch Defeated in Landslide

Asch Defeated in Landslide

John Replogle ’88 defeated Joe Ash ’79 by a sweltering margin of 14,176 to 5,823, garnering more than 70 percent of the vote. The Association of Alumni results are similar…. Read more »

Kim Praises Alums, Condemns Philosophy Majors

Kim Praises Alums, Condemns Philosophy Majors

In a recent video for the Washington Post, President Jim Yong Kim discussed the qualities necessary for leadership. He went on to take the opportunity to rag on the philosophy… Read more »