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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Bake Sale at U.C. Berkeley Stirs Controversy

Bake Sale at U.C. Berkeley Stirs Controversy

Bake sales are usually never controversial.  Not at U.C. Berkeley.  Today, September 27th, College Republicans at UCB hosted a satirical bake sale that depicted the unfairness of affirmative action by… Read more »

Basketball Legend Dave Gavitt ’59 Died at 73

Basketball Legend Dave Gavitt ’59 Died at 73

Basketball legend, Dave Gavitt ’59, died on Friday at the age of 73 at the Roger Williams Medical Center in Rhode Island. Dave Gavitt was born in Hartford, CT on… Read more »

Stupid Girl Makes Stupid Claims, Stupidly

Stupid Girl Makes Stupid Claims, Stupidly

Just caught wind of this story breaking out of York University in Canada. 22-year-old senior Sarah Grunfeld is campaigning for Professor Cameron Johnson to be fired. Why? In brief, he… Read more »

TDR Store Back Online

TDR Store Back Online

We’re pleased to announce that our online store is now back up. We apologize for the inconvenience.  —Sterling C. Beard

U.S. News Ranks Top Universities

U.S. News Ranks Top Universities

U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Colleges 2012” ranked Dartmouth College 11th among best national universities and, for the third consecutive year, 1st in “Strong Commitment to Teaching.” Dartmouth was ranked… Read more »

Former Basketball Captain Turns Pro

Former Basketball Captain Turns Pro

Former Dartmouth basketball captain, Clive Weeden ’11, signed a contract to play professionally in Macedonia yesterday. The 6’9” center hails from Stow, MA and attended the northeast prep school, Northfield… Read more »

Best Places to Live in America: Hanover Ranks Sixth

Best Places to Live in America: Hanover Ranks Sixth

With the unemployment rate at 9.1 percent, it seems as if there are hard times everywhere.  Yet, the nostalgia of small town America brings back memories of happier times.  Hanover… Read more »

Freedom: 2011 School Choice Programs

Freedom: 2011 School Choice Programs

For many students across the nation, the 2011 school year will offer more freedom and educational opportunity than ever before. Eighteen states and D.C. will now offer some form of… Read more »