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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Spring Sports Update

Spring Sports Update

Although the women’s track team was predicted to place fourth at the 2014 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships this past weekend, many spectacular performances lifted the team to an unexpected second… Read more »

David Dollar Diplomacy

David Dollar Diplomacy

With the People’s Republic of China predicted to surpass the United States in purchasing power parity this year and a steady drum-beat of North American leftists extolling a supposedly superior… Read more »

Ban the Can, Tap the Keg

Ban the Can, Tap the Keg

In the years since Dartmouth distanced itself from its erstwhile official Indian mascot, an anthropomorphic beer keg, aptly named, “Keggy,” has served as an unofficial mascot of sorts for the… Read more »

Charles Collis ’37 Passes

Charles Collis ’37 Passes

Charles Collis ‘37, a native of Massachusetts and later a resident of Rhode Island, passed away on May 6th at his home in Barrington. After completing an economic major at… Read more »

Elite Universities Don’t Make You Happy

Elite Universities Don’t Make You Happy

The value of a college degree in America, while still very important, has been in a relative decline recently. Between skyrocketing tuitions, burdensome student loan debts, and still-high unemployment for… Read more »

The 42nd Powwow at Dartmouth

The 42nd Powwow at Dartmouth

On the weekend of May 10th-11th, Dartmouth played host to a large Powwow celebration for the 42nd year in a row. Held in Leede Arena on the 10th (due to rain) and… Read more »

Excellent WSJ Op-Ed on Ideological Conformity

Excellent WSJ Op-Ed on Ideological Conformity

On Sunday 11, the Wall Street Journal ran an excellent opinion piece by Harvard Professor Ruth Wisse on the problems created at universities by obsessive political correctness. While she did not… Read more »

Controversial ‘Black Mass’ to Take Place Tonight

Controversial ‘Black Mass’ to Take Place Tonight

The Harvard Extension School Cultural Studies Club is set to host a “black mass” later tonight amid harsh opposition to the event. Originally planned to be held at Queen’s Head Pub in… Read more »

UltraViolet Attacks More Schools

UltraViolet Attacks More Schools

UltraViolet, an erumpent feminist coalition, targeted Dartmouth in late April with Facebook ads alluding to The College’s “rape problem”. The advertisement asked viewers to “learn more,” implying that a veiled… Read more »

Brown, Republican, Running for the Senate

Brown, Republican, Running for the Senate

This article in the Valley News might be biased and not representative of Senate candidate Scott Brown, but it sure raises good points about the errors many conservatives make when campaigning. For example,… Read more »