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Monthly Archives: April 2011

In Times of Crisis….Obama Campaigns on Facebook

In Times of Crisis….Obama Campaigns on Facebook

The United States is involved in a no-fly zone over Libya in an effort to stop Muammar Gaddafi’s attempts to attack the rebels revolting against his regime. Our ally Japan… Read more »

You Probably Aren’t This Lucky

You Probably Aren’t This Lucky

Head over to the Wall Street Journal’s Health Journal for a fascinating report on a small group of people whose bodies allow them to function at extremely high levels while… Read more »

Governor Christie Creates Education Reform Task Force

Governor Christie Creates Education Reform Task Force

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is an advocate of substantial education reform.On Monday, April 4th, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie created a necessary task force that will have the responsibility… Read more »

Chief European Correspondent; Looking at Ruins for a Term, Part One:

Chief European Correspondent; Looking at Ruins for a Term, Part One:

As part of the ongoing campaign to fill this site with content, content, content, I’ll be running a weekly piece here relating to my experiences on the Classics FSP in… Read more »

The College Dropout

The College Dropout

Over the past few days I’ve kept finding myself returning to this article on The Atlantic’s website, tying together a lot of the anti-college commentary that’s come out in the… Read more »

Wall Street Firms are Too Fratty?

Wall Street Firms are Too Fratty?

Wall Street firms are undertaking initiatives to attract lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) talent from college campuses across the country.  The stereotype of Wall Street is that it is… Read more »

Professor Ronald Green Shares Opinion on Gene Manipulation and Athletics

Professor Ronald Green Shares Opinion on Gene Manipulation and Athletics

Professor Ronald Green, director of Dartmouth’s Ethics Institute and author of Babies by Design: The Ethics of Genetic Choice, shared his views about gene doping at the “Future of Fairness”… Read more »

Dartmouth College Professor Creating Homo Economicus

Dartmouth College Professor Creating Homo Economicus

In the past few years, it has become ever more apparent that the Homo economicus that Adam Smith postulated does not exist. For those of our readers who are not… Read more »

Dartmouth Baseball Streak Ends

Dartmouth Baseball Streak Ends

In one of the sadder sports moments of the day, the Dartmouth baseball team lost their series against Penn: this snapped their Ivy-League series winning streak of almost four years…. Read more »

National Governor’s Association: Higher Education is Insufficiently Linked to the Needs of the Marketplace.

National Governor’s Association: Higher Education is Insufficiently Linked to the Needs of the Marketplace.

The National Governor’s Association, a bipartisan association of American state governors, recently published a report through their Center of Best Practices claiming that policymakers had to work to make sure… Read more »