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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Barack Obama is Losing the Youth

Barack Obama is Losing the Youth

You know, I always hated these ugly looking things.For those of you who were on campus in the fall of 2008, I’m certain I don’t need to remind you of… Read more »

20 Percent by 2020

20 Percent by 2020

Here’s a number for you: by 2020, health care costs will account for one-fifth of America’s GDP. This is according to a report published today by the Centers for Medicare… Read more »

New Stacks Technology Revolutionizes UChicago Library System

New Stacks Technology Revolutionizes UChicago Library System

While I’ll never be the biggest proponent of technology, here is one that I could get behind. The University of Chicago has finished construction on what they believe will be… Read more »

Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman Jr. visits Dartmouth, speaks with the Review

Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman Jr. visits Dartmouth, speaks with the Review

Yesterday morning, former Governor of Utah and Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman visited Dartmouth as part of the “Leading Voices in Politics and Policy” lecture series. Having announced his presidential… Read more »

New Young Cons Video Features Over 60 Dartmouth Students

New Young Cons Video Features Over 60 Dartmouth Students

The Dartmouth Alumni at PowerLine have hosted a contest in which $100,000 would be awarded to whoever could most effectively and creatively dramatize the significance of the federal debt crisis…. Read more »

Dartmouth College Apparently Not a Great Place to Work

Dartmouth College Apparently Not a Great Place to Work

The Chronicle of Higher Education has released its annual list of Great Colleges to Work For, and Dartmouth failed to make the cut. The College was similarly absent from the… Read more »

Sheehy Puts Forth DP2

Sheehy Puts Forth DP2

Dartmouth Athletic Director Harry Sheehy. We’re fortunate to have him. I think I’m rather safe in saying that the best move President Kim has made since arriving at Dartmouth hasn’t… Read more »

Phil & Phil Advance to Semis

Phil & Phil Advance to Semis

Henson (near) and Grisdela Early yesterday, around 4:00 pm local time in Amsterdam, Dartmouth’s own Phil Grisdela ’12 and Phil Henson ‘11 earned a spot in the men’s lightweight pair… Read more »

Governor Buddy Roemer Shares Views about Middle Class and His Campaign

Governor Buddy Roemer Shares Views about Middle Class and His Campaign

Shortly after announcing his bid for presidential candidacy, Governor Buddy Roemer spoke in my class, Public Policy 20: Leading Voices, about the future of the middle class.  “Today, the middle… Read more »

Exclusive Interview with Roemer

Exclusive Interview with Roemer

The Dartmouth Review: You are a Harvard graduate, correct? How do you compare Harvard to Dartmouth? Buddy Roemer: The Ivy League schools are the same. They are different in where… Read more »