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Monthly Archives: April 2011

While Patriots Die, Libyan Generals Compete for Top Spot

While Patriots Die, Libyan Generals Compete for Top Spot

            Over the last few weeks, NATO has been launching countless airstrikes against Gadhafi’s forces in Libya. Despite this relentless pounding of Colonel Gadhafi’s assets, his forces have been able… Read more »

Robot to Pitch at Phillies Game Tonight

Robot to Pitch at Phillies Game Tonight

In a classic April showdown between two National League contenders, the Phillies and the Brewers will take the field at Citizens Bank Park tonight. The first pitcher to take the… Read more »

Article of the Day

Article of the Day

Former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty recently made a stop at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He fielded questions from doctors and workers, while pushing free-market solutions to current health care issues. You… Read more »

Pawlenty Pushes Capitalism at DHMC

Pawlenty Pushes Capitalism at DHMC

Addressing reporters after his talk at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center “We need to be problem-solvers and solution-providers…” Tim Pawlenty, former two-term Governor of Minnesota, paused, his hands momentarily halting in midair…. Read more »

Text Messaging and the Death of Etiquette

Text Messaging and the Death of Etiquette

I recently came across an interesting piece in the Times‘ Style Section on text messaging and etiquette. The article, written by David Carr, argues that while it is considered distinctly… Read more »

Rago ’05 Wins Pulitzer

Rago ’05 Wins Pulitzer

Joseph Rago ’05, a former editor-in-chief of The Dartmouth Review, a trustee and a current member of its advisory board, has been named the winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize… Read more »

The Audience Shrugs?

The Audience Shrugs?

The more fiercely libertarian among you may have noticed that the first of a planned three films based on Ayn Rand’s epic Atlas Shrugged debuted last weak. Unofortunately, though, it appears… Read more »

Looking Under Dartmouth’s Hood

Looking Under Dartmouth’s Hood

Just yesterday, Valley News published a delightful little piece on the Dartmouth budget titled “Engine Repair: Dartmouth’s Budget Turnaround.” While Valley News doesn’t want the College to implode (especially given… Read more »

Rauner Acquires Rosenstock-Huessy Papers

Rauner Acquires Rosenstock-Huessy Papers

By Benjamin M. Riley It is always difficult to assess the impact of someone only a short time after his life is over. That said, it is what we do… Read more »

Who Dat Liberal?

Who Dat Liberal?

In the midst of my usual procrastination Sunday afternoon, I came across this interview with Tina Fey from last week. Now I know this story combines two things despised by… Read more »