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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Gov. Buddy Roemer Announces Presidential Candidacy

Gov. Buddy Roemer Announces Presidential Candidacy

Today at 11:45 AM at the Hanover Inn, former Governor of Louisiana and Member of Congress, Buddy Roemer, kicked off his campaign for President. With the slogan, “free to lead,”… Read more »

Ivy League Limits Contact in Football Practices

Ivy League Limits Contact in Football Practices

Last May, the College announced that Memorial Field would be getting stadium lights allowing night games for the first time in nearly 120 years of Indian football. Head coach Buddy… Read more »

Cain Grasps at Straws

Cain Grasps at Straws

In an effort to draw support, GOP Presidential hopeful Herman Cain has continued his trend of anti-Islamic rhetoric with recent statements. Echoing earlier comments that he would feel uncomfortable appointing… Read more »

Some Dartmouth Humor

Some Dartmouth Humor

While reading Christian Chensvold’s great blog on the American clothing style termed Ivy League (which is related to but distinct from the athletic conference itself) I came across a post… Read more »

Charles Bay ’11 & USA Football Win Gold

Charles Bay ’11 & USA Football Win Gold

Bay (91) sizes up a tackle during the game versus Australia. After Dartmouth football ended its 2010 season, senior captain Charles Bay ’11 continued to push the limits of athletic… Read more »

Times Takes Apart Law School Racket

Times Takes Apart Law School Racket

In a development that should disquiet the swaths of Dartmouth students who look forward to pursuing legal careers, the New York Times has put out yet another devastating piece on… Read more »

Men’s Soccer, Lacrosse & Basketball Hire New Assistants

Men’s Soccer, Lacrosse & Basketball Hire New Assistants

Indian men’s soccer, lacrosse and basketball teams have each welcomed a new assistant coach to the program. First, Dartmouth men’s soccer head coach Jeff Cook hired Chase Wileman who last… Read more »

Breakfast with Rudy

Breakfast with Rudy

This morning, I was fortunate enough to enjoy an intimate breakfast with former Mayor of New York City Rudy Guiliani over Lou’s coffee and muffins. Sponsored by the College Republicans… Read more »

Spring Issues Now Up!

Spring Issues Now Up!

Head on over to the archives to take a look at the issues from this spring! June 7, 2011 April 15, 2011 May 5, 2011May 20, 2011      … Read more »

New California Law Requires LGBT History in Textbooks

New California Law Requires LGBT History in Textbooks

On Thursday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that requires public schools to teach students about the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender role models in… Read more »