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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Anti-Bush Letter Signatories Revealed

Anti-Bush Letter Signatories Revealed

Dartblog recently obtained the final draft of the faculty letter protesting the honorary degree to be awarded to President George Bush at commencement. This version seems to have changed from… Read more »

Charlotte Johnson Named as Next Dean

Charlotte Johnson Named as Next Dean

In a blitz sent out to campus this afternoon, the College announced the appointment of Charlotte Johnson, currently vice president and dean of Colgate University, as the school’s next dean… Read more »

Three Dartmouth Players Named to 2011 NEIBA All-Star Teams

Three Dartmouth Players Named to 2011 NEIBA All-Star Teams

Although Indian baseball did not reach its goal of achieving a three-peat Ivy-League Championship (losing to Princeton in the finals), there was a bit of consolation in the post-season awards… Read more »

Looking at Ruins, Part Three: East Meets West

Looking at Ruins, Part Three: East Meets West

The handful of you actively hanging on everything I post (Hi, Mom!) have probably noticed my lack of activity over the past month. Rest assured that this is a reflection… Read more »

SSWS: The Little Engine That Can’t

SSWS: The Little Engine That Can’t

Can someone tell Students Stand With Staff that they can give up now? They’ve fought “valiantly” now for employee benefits and whatnot, but their attempts keep getting more and more… Read more »

Faculty Members Protest George H.W. Bush

Faculty Members Protest George H.W. Bush

Many members of the Dartmouth faculty have been known for making outlandish and disrespectful political statements, but this one certainly tops all of the ones that I’ve heard so far… Read more »

What Is She Up To Now?

What Is She Up To Now?

After a string of recent departures, the Republican field is starting to look a little bare. But have no fear, because Sarah Palin might be coming back. The former Alaska… Read more »

99Rock Kicks Off Tornado Relief Project for Midwest Residents

99Rock Kicks Off Tornado Relief Project for Midwest Residents

Dartmouth Broadcasting radio station 99Rock has kicked off a project to provide supplies to the thousands of Americans affected by this week’s horrendous tornadoes. The station is teaming up with… Read more »

Of Money and Majors

Of Money and Majors

The Chronicle of Higher Education has recently reported on the results of a study by the US Census bureau which only serve to confirm what we all already knew. Namely,… Read more »

Pawlenty Officially Announces Presidential Candidacy

Pawlenty Officially Announces Presidential Candidacy

Former Governor of Minnesota, Tim Pawlenty, formally announced his bid for candidacy May 23, during a townhall meeting in Des Moines, Iowa.  Pawlenty took a gutsy, and much needed, stand in… Read more »