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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Dinesh D’Souza Debates Bill Ayers

Dinesh D’Souza Debates Bill Ayers

  Dinesh D’Souza ’83 and Bill Ayers will be discussing the nature of America and its ideals tonight at 7:30 in the Hopkins Center. The event will last approximately 90… Read more »

Of Cows and Drones

Of Cows and Drones

In light of the ongoing NSA controversy, the arrest and conviciton of a North Dakota man involved in a June 2011 skirmish with a local SWAT Team has gained relevance…. Read more »

Videos from Winter Carnival of Old

Videos from Winter Carnival of Old

This video, compiled by the Dartmouth Now team, shows some great scenes from Winter Carnivals from the 1930s to the 1960s. The shots of the snow sculptures are a must… Read more »

Dartmouth Joins edX

Dartmouth Joins edX

Dartmouth College made headlines late last week after it joined the band wagon and became a member of edX, an online learning platform aimed at providing massive open online courses… Read more »

Are U.S. Veterans Selfish?

Are U.S. Veterans Selfish?

Are U.S. Veterans Selfish? As I crawled through various national new outlets this morning, this headline jumped out at me. After reading the article, one thing struck me. Who wouldn’t… Read more »

The Night I Got Good Sammed

The Night I Got Good Sammed

  There comes a point in every college drinker’s life where he or she has way, way too much to drink. That was last Saturday night for me. Although the… Read more »

GOProud Co-Founder: “Pull the Plug” on GOP

GOProud Co-Founder: “Pull the Plug” on GOP

Last week, GOProud co-founder Jimmy LaSalvia announced that he has renounced his affiliation with the Republican Party and become a registered Independent due to the Republican Party’s “tolerance of bigotry.”… Read more »

Pills and Pandering

Pills and Pandering

  For the first time in a long while, Mike Huckabee has popped up on the mainstream media’s radar. At a luncheon for the Republican National Committee earlier this month,… Read more »

President Paul?

President Paul?

It’s time to take Rand Paul seriously. With Chris Christie tanking over Bridgegate and Ted Cruz having antagonized most of the country (myself excluded) by shutting down the government, Rand… Read more »

Waiting for Sochi

Waiting for Sochi

Putin’s decision to host the 2014 Winter games in the city of Sochi has puzzled outside observers from the start. Located in the southern most region of Russia, Sochi is… Read more »