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Yearly Archives: 2010

Oh noes!!

Oh noes!!

Bureaucrat-in-chief Carol Folt writes: We are pleased to announce the selection of Microsoft Online Services as Dartmouth’s primary service for email, calendar, and collaboration tools… The new Microsoft service will… Read more »

Two Dartmouth Grads on The Today Show

Two Dartmouth Grads on The Today Show

So it happened yesterday, but Dartmouth graduates Jeff Deck ’02 and Benjamin Herson ’02 were interviewed on The Today Show. For what, you may ask? These two gentlemen are typo… Read more »

Man of the Hour: Michael Bloomberg

Man of the Hour: Michael Bloomberg

If you’ve had a chance to crack open today’s New York Times, you’ll see the latest in the controversy regarding plans to build a 13-story mosque just two blocks north… Read more »

Surprise

Surprise

Tax reduction thus sets off a process that can bring gains for everyone, gains won by marshalling resources that would otherwise stand idle—workers without jobs and farm and factory capacity… Read more »

Budget Gap Closing

Budget Gap Closing

Say what you want about President Kim, but, unlike his predecessor, he certainly knows how to handle a budget. This landed in campus Blitz inboxes on Friday. Dear Colleagues, We… Read more »

Kim’s “Habits of the Mind”

Kim’s “Habits of the Mind”

President Kim really gets it. From my remote location in Washington, I had the chance to see Kim’s Thursday lecture via streaming video, the second in his presidential lecture series…. Read more »

Filligar’s New Album: The Nerve

Filligar’s New Album: The Nerve

Have you heard it?

Begin the Revolution

Begin the Revolution

Well, that sure didn’t take long. Looks like concern that the Administration would delay their decision over what to do about the River turned out to be unfounded. Instead, they… Read more »

Regarding the River

Regarding the River

So you may remember that the Connecticut River is closed. The Class Council has a solution. “You’re joking.” No, not really. ————————————Every Saturday and Sunday, noon-5pm,Meet in the back of… Read more »

Scientists More or Less Solve Timeless Conundrum

Scientists More or Less Solve Timeless Conundrum

Researchers in London have recently published findings that claim an answer to the age-old question, “what came first, the chicken or the egg?” Long story short, it’s the chicken. In… Read more »