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Monthly Archives: October 2011

So Crazy That It Just Might Work

So Crazy That It Just Might Work

So crazy that even Democrats voted for it… Politicians are wont to make sweeping proposals during campaign season, only to renege in a dramatic fashion once in office.  In 2008,… Read more »

Barack Does Not Negotiate With Terrorists

Barack Does Not Negotiate With Terrorists

Last Friday, The Hill reported a statement made by Louisiana Representative Jeff Landry in the wake of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s death. On Fox Business Network, Landry commented: “Well, I’m trying to see… Read more »

Hilarious Occupy Wall Street Quotes

Hilarious Occupy Wall Street Quotes

The Globe and Mail recently published an amusing collection of quotes taken from the Occupy Toronto movement. It’s fizzled out in the last couple of days, and it’s not too… Read more »

Dartmouth Review Impresses at “Occupy Wall Street” Debate

Dartmouth Review Impresses at “Occupy Wall Street” Debate

The Dartmouth Society of Investment and Economics hosted a not-so-mediated debate in the Rockefeller Centre last night to discuss differing views on the “Occupy Wall Street” protests.  Two unorganized participants… Read more »

PETA Strikes Back…Again

PETA Strikes Back…Again

 The classic from your childhood, but with more lawyers. The debate over the mistreatment of marine life at SeaWorld is not a new one, but PETA, the world’s most rational… Read more »

Best Class Ever

Best Class Ever

Last weekend was the homecoming football game. With Dartmouth up 16-0 at halftime, the freshman class decided to indulge in one of Dartmouth’s cherished homecoming traditions. Every year, someone from the… Read more »

The Nuanced D

The Nuanced D

It took The Daily Dartmouth a few days to chime in on Wes Schaub’s recent crackdown on hazing in Greek houses. And to give credit where credit is due, they… Read more »

Cain Atop the New CBS News/New York Times Poll

Cain Atop the New CBS News/New York Times Poll

According to a CBS News/New York Times poll released yesterday, October 25th, Herman Cain has passed Mitt Romney has the favorite in the Republican Presidential Primary, with 25% of registered… Read more »

Hix and the Hackers Do It Again

Hix and the Hackers Do It Again

If there’s ever been any doubt as to who gets stuff done around here for students–hint: it’s not Student Assembly–it has just been removed.  Will Hix and the Hacker Club… Read more »

Homecoming Weekend Highlights

Homecoming Weekend Highlights

-Shutting out Columbia 37-0. -Dozens of 15s rushing the field. It was a group too big to fail: sources tell me that President Jim Kim called off the police due… Read more »