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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Geithner ’83 to Publish First Book in May

Geithner ’83 to Publish First Book in May

On Tuesday, Crown Publishers announced that class of ’83 alumnus Timothy Geithner’s first book, a memoir titled Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises, will be released on May 13. In… Read more »

In Memoriam: Harold Ramis

In Memoriam: Harold Ramis

After a lengthy battle, Harold Ramis passed away from complications due to vasculitis on Monday in his Chicago home. The 69 year old actor, writer and director will for ever… Read more »

Thoughts on the Freedom Budget

Thoughts on the Freedom Budget

On the night of April 4, 1968, Robert Kennedy, seeking the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, pulled into Indianapolis for a seemingly routine campaign stop in a largely poor and black… Read more »

“Innovation through Addition”

“Innovation through Addition”

In an interview with Times Higher Education this past Thursday, February 20th, College President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 addressed the unaddressable – why American colleges and universities are bloated, often… Read more »

RE: Fernandez: The Crowning of Kings

RE: Fernandez: The Crowning of Kings

In the February 19th edition of The Daily Dartmouth, Sarah Fernandez wrote an opinion piece on the flaws of Dartmouth’s fraternity culture. She describes an encounter with a fraternity brother… Read more »

On Geisel’s Suspension of M.D./Ph.D. Applications

On Geisel’s Suspension of M.D./Ph.D. Applications

In a disappointing turn of events, the Geisel School of Medicine has suspended applications to its M.D./Ph.D. program, purportedly because of budget issues. And in response, Dr. Lee Witters recently sent… Read more »

RE: “Redressing The Review”

RE: “Redressing The Review”

In its February 12th issue, The Daily Dartmouth printed a passionate response to The Review‘s coverage of Professor Rickford’s speech at January’s MLK Jr. Candlelight Vigil. The author begins with a cursory summary… Read more »

Paul Files Suit

Paul Files Suit

Today Senator and surging 2016 Republican Presidential candidate Rand Paul (R-Ky), in conjunction with the Tea Party affiliate FreedomWorks, filed a class-action lawsuit listing the President and senior NSA officials… Read more »

Steven Crowder: For the College Conservative

Steven Crowder: For the College Conservative

I guess I’m a little behind the trend, but Steven Crowder makes funny videos to which most conservatives on campus should be able to relate. Liberals have John Stewart and… Read more »

Student Body Gathers to Condemn Sexual Violence

Student Body Gathers to Condemn Sexual Violence

Hundreds of Dartmouth students braved sub-freezing temperatures to meet at the center of the green at 9:30 last night, in response to the recent controversy over the posting of a… Read more »