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Yearly Archives: 2010

Campari Soda

Campari Soda

By Benjamin M. Riley Directions: 6 oz. Campari 6 oz. Eau avec gaz Drink with caution I feel that a confession is in order. I am no fan of the… Read more »

The Sphinx & What Might Have Been

The Sphinx & What Might Have Been

In this elevation from 1923, Sphinx is shown with a proposed addition.By Michael G. Marcusa As you stroll down the north side of East Wheelock Street, the monolithic Sphinx Hall… Read more »

Jeffrey Sachs Misses Chance for a Call to Arms

Jeffrey Sachs Misses Chance for a Call to Arms

Sachs is a professor of Economics and director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University.By Blake S. Neff In the Gospel of Matthew, Christ Himself declares that the poor will… Read more »

NPR’s Harris Falls Flat in Climate Talk

NPR’s Harris Falls Flat in Climate Talk

By Ke Ding Given Richard Harris’s background, I had high expectations for his Wednesday, October 20 talk in Filene Auditorium on climate change and its accompanying media narrative. Mr. Harris… Read more »

Who Wants to Reform Dartmouth Night?

Who Wants to Reform Dartmouth Night?

By Georgia Travers Every year, on a righteously cold October evening in Hanover, the entire freshman class of our College assembles, cluster by cluster, into a massive parade of spandex,… Read more »

Homecoming 2009: Memoirs of a ’13

Homecoming 2009: Memoirs of a ’13

By Adam I.W. Schwartzman It was getting on into the evening and I was getting on in my own way. The liquor was so dubious we might as well have… Read more »

The Official TDR History of Homecoming

The Official TDR History of Homecoming

By Joseph Rago ‘05 None of last year’s freshmen (Class of 2013) found himself brave enough to touch the fire. A pity.Friday is Dartmouth Night, an evening of tradition impressive… Read more »

Midterm Madness: Predictions for Tuesday

Midterm Madness: Predictions for Tuesday

Although Chet Edwards (D-TX) has the backing of the NRA and remains highly popular in his district, voter disgust with Washington will likely sweep him from office.By Kirk Jing It… Read more »

Governor Lynch Visits Dartmouth

Governor Lynch Visits Dartmouth

By J.P. Harrington  Lynch, speaking to the mood of the moment, criticized Washington spending, implicitly breaking with his party’s national leadership.On the evening of October 18th, New Hampshire Governor John… Read more »

‘First Things’…First?

‘First Things’…First?

In the November issue of First Things, the monthly compendium of all things religion started by the late Fr. Richard Neuhaus in 1990, the editors surveyed and ranked more than… Read more »