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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Trump Meets with Birther Lawmaker as 2012 Republican Hopeful Gains Ground

Trump Meets with Birther Lawmaker as 2012 Republican Hopeful Gains Ground

Today Donald Trump met with Arizona State Representative Carl Steel, a backer of HB2177, which is bill that would require presidential candidates to provide a certified birth certificate in order… Read more »

Football Coaching Staff Shuffles, Hires

Football Coaching Staff Shuffles, Hires

It seems that all the Indian coaching staff does is improve. Not only did Head Coach Buddy Teevens ’79 manage to haul in a fantastic defensive line coach Calvin Thibodeaux,… Read more »

Government Shutdown

Government Shutdown

    The current lack of agreement between House Republicans and Democrats on the budget could shut down the government and is definitely shutting down President Obama’s vacation time. In… Read more »

Privileged to Be Different, and Not

Privileged to Be Different, and Not

Boyle’s “Frankenstein” Classics are classics because of their timelessness, a description certainly apt for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Thanks to the Hopkins Center stellar program of events each term, last night… Read more »

What’s Next for Glenn Beck?

What’s Next for Glenn Beck?

“Restoring Honor” on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial After weeks of speculation, Fox News has finally dropped the Beckster from their evening lineup. It’s a cause of rejoice for… Read more »

Dartmouth Hosts GOP Debate

Dartmouth Hosts GOP Debate

On October 11th, Bloomberg News and The Washington Post will join at Dartmouth College to host a Republican presidential candidate debate. The debate will be focused on economic issues, including… Read more »

Barney Frank Talk Cancelled

Barney Frank Talk Cancelled

Unfortunately, Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA), will not be making his scheduled appearance at the Tuck School this Friday. No reason has yet been given for his abrupt cancellation. For all… Read more »

The Young Cons are Making a Comeback

The Young Cons are Making a Comeback

It has been a while since my partner in crime and I have dropped a new video, but we decided it was time to let the world know what’s up…. Read more »

EPAC Sets Back Parkhursted Presidential Hopeful

EPAC Sets Back Parkhursted Presidential Hopeful

Last night, the Dartmouth Student Assembly defeated an amendment that would strike down the Election Planning and Advisory Committee’s ability to rule on eligibility requirements for SA presidential candidates. This… Read more »

Rally Against Health Care Cuts on Collis Porch

Rally Against Health Care Cuts on Collis Porch

          Students, faculty, staff, and other community members endured rainy conditions at the rally.                     Many attendees… Read more »