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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Katz Continues Sexual Assault Dialogue

Katz Continues Sexual Assault Dialogue

Discussion regarding the serious issue of sexual abuse at Dartmouth is stronger than ever. Not only does this year mark the 40th anniversary of WISE, an Upper Valley organization that… Read more »

Obama Won’t Release Photos of Osama

Obama Won’t Release Photos of Osama

CBS News confirmed that President Obama will not be releasing pictures or video of Osama Bin Laden’s death. “It is important to make sure that very graphic photos of somebody… Read more »

Gary Johnson Channels Student Support

Gary Johnson Channels Student Support

Barack Obama isn’t the only politician who has learned the value of the support one can gain from college students. Gary Johnson, former governor of New Mexico who recently announced… Read more »

2011 Canadian Elections

2011 Canadian Elections

Late Monday night, the Canadian Conservative party, under Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s leadership, won a majority government in the fourth parliamentary election in seven years. The previous three elections resulted in a… Read more »

Long Form Journalism Not Quite Dead Yet

Long Form Journalism Not Quite Dead Yet

For all the talk of the long form journalism as a dying art, I’ve yet to see it. In fact, it seems like the death of long form journalism is… Read more »

Holocaust Remembrance

Holocaust Remembrance

For the day of Holocaust remembrance, Yom HaShoa, Dartmouth Hillel is holding an incredibly moving name reading ceremony on Collis porch from 2-9. I’m happy to report that this time… Read more »

Bin Laden Dead

Bin Laden Dead

Breaking news: Bin Laden killed in air strike outside a mansion in Pakistan. Geopolitics/politics aside (the pundits will get to that as the 24 hour news cycle rolls in), this… Read more »