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Monthly Archives: February 2012

That’s It. Now I’ve Seen Everything.

That’s It. Now I’ve Seen Everything.

There is now a consulting firm dedicated specifically to aiding Dartmouth College students deal with the Committee on Standards (COS). No, I’m not making that up. I first became aware… Read more »

Religious Hypocrisy

Religious Hypocrisy

The other day, President Obama apologized for the US Army’s burning Qurans that were used to send messages to prisoners. As Newt Gingrich points out, the United States received no… Read more »

Obama’s Campaign Rallies the Dartmouth Troops

Obama’s Campaign Rallies the Dartmouth Troops

President Obama visiting campus four years ago. Obama’s National Field Director Jeremy Bird visited Dartmouth Tuesday to host the “Greater Together Student Summit” in Wilder Hall. This is a continuation… Read more »

Free Band-Aids Today

Free Band-Aids Today

Courtesy of Johnson and Johnson During my breakfast at Collis Cafe this morning, I was startled when a fellow student smacked three band-aids down on my table. “They are to… Read more »

Theta Delt Hosts Anti-Hazing Forum Tonight

Theta Delt Hosts Anti-Hazing Forum Tonight

Theta Delta Chi, one of Dartmouth’s oldest fraternities founded in 1869, is hosting UVM Athletic Director Rick Farnham tonight in Collis at to discuss about the effects of hazing.  Theta… Read more »

Stop the Presses

Stop the Presses

The Daily D never ceases to amaze with the depth and breadth of its investigative prowess. This brain-buster is titled “Law, finance prove popular careers.” My personal favorite snippet: The… Read more »

Foco Woes

Foco Woes

Only at Foco does the most important meal of the day suddenly become the least. I’ll admit, I haven’t been the biggest breakfast person this term.  With my earliest class… Read more »

SOPA: Bigger, Badder, Back

SOPA: Bigger, Badder, Back

The dreadful Stop Online Piracy Act was thankfully killed due to tremendous public pressure, but the internet faces a new threat to its independence: the UN. On February 27, the… Read more »

Indian Tennis Finishes 3rd in ECAC Tournament

Indian Tennis Finishes 3rd in ECAC Tournament

Photo Credit: Dartmouthsports.com Behind upsets of two nationally ranked Ivy League opponents, Indian tennis marched to a third place finish at the ECAC Championship hosted at the Boss Tennis Center…. Read more »

The Supreme Court to Hear Controversial Case out of Texas

The Supreme Court to Hear Controversial Case out of Texas

Image courtesy of the Wikimedia Foundation On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to hear another controversial case, only instead of ruling on healthcare or immigration, they will… Read more »