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Yearly Archives: 2011

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 »

“Real Human Conversation” from “Occupy Dartmouth”

“Real Human Conversation” from “Occupy Dartmouth”

I spoke with a few protestors from “Occupy Dartmouth.”  This group of collectivist-driven people that want “peace, love, and support” and “real human conversation” came about in an effort to… Read more »

Occupiers Get Their Wish

Occupiers Get Their Wish

The Occupy Wall Street movement seems to have gotten what they asked for, though they might be unaware themselves. If they have been following the financial news, which is admittedly… Read more »

Heir to the Saudi Throne Passes

Heir to the Saudi Throne Passes

Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz al Saud, heir to the Saudi throne, passed away on Saturday from an undisclosed illness. Sultan was the half-brother of the reigning King Abdullah,… Read more »

“Why I Make Myself a Nuisance”

“Why I Make Myself a Nuisance”

At least when the Tea Party protests, they go back to work the next day. With the anachronistic sea of barefoot, guitar-playing, drumbeating protestors entering its eighth week of disrupting… Read more »

Occupy Wheelock Street!

Occupy Wheelock Street!

As the Occupy movement has steadily trudged along, it has steadily picked up media attention and even managed to identify a few goals to work towards. One of the salient… Read more »

The King Is Dead, Long Live…Who?

The King Is Dead, Long Live…Who?

Victory – for now.Ghaddafi is dead. Cue the triumphant orchestral music and revolutionaries dancing in the streets with AK-47’s blazing away at the sky. Any day now, I’m sure that… Read more »

Schaub Stirs

Schaub Stirs

The Dartmouth campus (or, at any rate, the Dartmouth-centric corners of the information superhighway) is abuzz with the first stirrings of new GLOS Director Wes Schaub, who assumed his role… Read more »

Fresh Talent for Student Groups

Fresh Talent for Student Groups

Over the past two nights, I have seen three shows dedicated to “newbies,” giving a chance for the ’15s to shine alongside upperclassmen.  The newcomers to Sing Dynasty, Casual Thursdays,… Read more »

The Democratic Jobs Agenda in Their Own Words

The Democratic Jobs Agenda in Their Own Words

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV): “It’s very clear that private sector jobs are doing just fine. It’s the public sector jobs where we’ve lost huge numbers. And that’s what… Read more »