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Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Carnival Corpse Reviver

The Carnival Corpse Reviver

3/4 oz. Brandy 3/4 oz. Applejack 3/4 oz. Sweet Vermouth Serve nostalgically It looked something like I remembered. Not entirely the same, but still recognizable. How could I ever forget?… Read more »

New Blog to Satirize Dartmouth Life

New Blog to Satirize Dartmouth Life

The Darting Mouth is the newest Dartmouth-oriented blog to hit the web, in an effort to compete with the surprisingly-funny and popular Dunyun. Introducing themselves to the Dartmouth community, the three authors… Read more »

New York Magazine on the Asian-American Achievement Gap

New York Magazine on the Asian-American Achievement Gap

Maybe the title of this post is a little misleading. You might say – what achievement gap, don’t Asian-Americans routinely score higher in all educational metrics than their student peers?… Read more »

Save the River Docks vs. Dartmouth Students for Dining Choice

Save the River Docks vs. Dartmouth Students for Dining Choice

On Monday, I attended Dartmouth Students for Dining Choice’s hardly-inspiring protest before the very exciting faculty meeting. While analyzing the group’s strategy and implementation, I thought about this past summer’s… Read more »

Hanna: Not The Professional, But Not Amateurish

Hanna: Not The Professional, But Not Amateurish

Joe Wright, director of such Oscar bait as Atonement and The Soloist, has delivered a brand new film – Hanna. Unlike his previous work, it is a genre piece. It… Read more »

Job Outlook Improves Since 2008

Job Outlook Improves Since 2008

Good news for the Class of 2011 (other than Conan O’Brien being your commencement speaker).  The job outlook is improving for graduating seniors since the 2008 financial crisis, according to… Read more »

The Cap Act: One Step Toward Fiscal Responsibility

The Cap Act: One Step Toward Fiscal Responsibility

US Senator Robert “Bob” Corker of Tennessee wants to reign in federal spending back to a realistically sustainable level.US Senator Robert Corker of Tennessee has proposed a bi-partisan bill, The… Read more »

A Protest Worth Getting Behind?

A Protest Worth Getting Behind?

“The closest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach,” goes the old saying. The same apparently holds true for Dartmouth students. There’s to be a protest today over… Read more »

KAPPA KRISIS

KAPPA KRISIS

Don’t leave your credit card hanging around Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, it might get swiped (pun intended) by the Kappa Klepto: Isabella Mezzatesta ’12 was recently arrested for charging approximately… Read more »

Obama’s Ratings Get a Boost

Obama’s Ratings Get a Boost

With the death of bin Laden, Obama’s approval ratings are way up. According to a CBS/NY Times poll released on Wednesday, 57 percent of Americans now approve of the president’s… Read more »