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Yearly Archives: 2010

The Men of Dartmouth’s Steam Plant

The Men of Dartmouth’s Steam Plant

The control panel at the heart of Dartmouth’s heating needs. (Image courtesy of Benjamin M. Riley.)By Benjamin M. Riley Dartmouth — long ago described by its most famous son as… Read more »

A Catholic Sign of Contradiction in Africa

A Catholic Sign of Contradiction in Africa

By Blake S. Neff Benedict hits the red carpet in his red papal shoes. (Image courtesy of Agencia Brasil via Wikipedia)The concept of “sign of contradiction,” one persecuted manifesting holiness,… Read more »

Advocates for Conscious Capitalism

Advocates for Conscious Capitalism

By J.P. Harrington Michael Strong wants to change the world, but with capitalism, a less credited framework among many of the starry-eyed dreamers who usually preach changing the world. The… Read more »

Indians Finish Strong

Indians Finish Strong

The Indian football squad has finished 6-4 overall and 3-4 Ivy, their strongest showing since 2003 (5-5, 4-3) and their first winning season since  1997 by thrashing the Princeton Tigers… Read more »

UND Denied

UND Denied

Well, that’s that. The University of North Dakota has officially been forced to give up its nickname, “The Fighting Sioux” after eighty years. Keep in mind that UND didn’t even… Read more »

Gary Johnson, or Change Dartmouth Students Can Believe In

Gary Johnson, or Change Dartmouth Students Can Believe In

Now well into my fourth year at the College, no change seems more marked to me than how libertarianism—once a disreputable philosophy reserved for Ron Paul nuts and Randroids—is now… Read more »

First Death Penalty for Petit Murders

First Death Penalty for Petit Murders

The Hartford Courant and most other news outlets are reporting on the latest phase of a saga that has gripped the Dartmouth community, my home state of Connecticut, and the entire… Read more »

A Moral Education? TDR Interviews Rev. Richard Crocker

A Moral Education? TDR Interviews Rev. Richard Crocker

By Charles S. Dameron November 7, 2010 Reverend Crocker is Dean of the Tucker Foundation.TDR: I’m thinking about this quote that President Dickey used in his oral history at Rauner… Read more »

CNBC Predicts “TurboTax” Termination

CNBC Predicts “TurboTax” Termination

Over at CNBC, John Carney is predicting that Tim “TurboTax” Geithner ‘83 will soon be gone from the administration. Seeing as how he’s one of those alums nobody around here… Read more »

The Hammered Sickle

The Hammered Sickle

By Blake S. Neff Directions: 1 part vodka 2 parts blood from capitalist oppressors Drink in a celebratory fashion straight from the bottle. As it turns out, great wealth is… Read more »