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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Hockey Dominates

Hockey Dominates

Photo Credit: Dartmouthsports   Vs. Brown:  Indian hockey continued its fine form on Friday night as the offense clicked on all cylinders and led the Indians to a 6-2 home… Read more »

Congratulations on Your Acceptance to Vassar; Except Not

Congratulations on Your Acceptance to Vassar; Except Not

Welcome to Vassar! But not really… Many high school seniors think the most unfortunate thing that can happen to them is a rejection from the college of their choice. In… Read more »

The Shadow over Florida

The Shadow over Florida

Newt Gingrich as seen at a recent rally in Tallahassee [The] Old Ones were gone now, inside the earth and under the sea; but their dead bodies had told their… Read more »

Affirmative Action Promotes Inequality

Affirmative Action Promotes Inequality

Thomas Sowell: the strongest critic a program meant to help members of his race? Last week, The New Yorker published a review of the new book describing the Obama marriage,… Read more »

Ithacan Wants to Amend the Constitution

Ithacan Wants to Amend the Constitution

Over at the Cornell Insider, the blog of our esteemed peers at The Cornell Review, they’ve got an interesting little story on an Ithacan woman who wants to abolish corporate… Read more »

The Mega-Man

The Mega-Man

Last week, I wrote about the shutdown of Megaupload, a massive file-sharing website that helped fuel the entertainment industry’s push for SOPA and PIPA legislation. I discussed briefly the personality… Read more »

Ochocinco and Boehner Share Tweets

Ochocinco and Boehner Share Tweets

New England Patriots’ Chad Ochocinco asked John Boehner if he was “OK” via Twitter after noticing that the Speaker of the House looked upset during the State of the Union… Read more »

Gabrielle Giffords Submits Emotional Resignation

Gabrielle Giffords Submits Emotional Resignation

Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona officially submitted her letter of resignation to an emotional Congress on Wednesday. Democrats and Republicans both shed tears as each party gave speeches on her… Read more »

Former TDR Editor-in-Chief Smith ’09 on the Current Controversy

Former TDR Editor-in-Chief Smith ’09 on the Current Controversy

Over at Acculturated, former Review Editor-in-Chief Emily Smith ’09 has got a few thoughts on the firestorm that Andrew Lohse ’12 stirred up recently. Ms. Smith raises the primary objection that… Read more »

Selected Articles for January 25

Selected Articles for January 25

Another set of book reviews from the latest issue have just been uploaded onto the Arts and Culture page. All three books reviewed concern themselves with the decline of America… Read more »