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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Justin Anderson Made New VP for Commmunications

Justin Anderson Made New VP for Commmunications

On Wednesday, March 29, President Phil Hanlon named Mr. Justin Anderson as Dartmouth’s Vice President for Communications. Mr. Anderson previously served as the interim Vice President for Communications after his… Read more »

“Breathes There the Man”

“Breathes There the Man”

On April 3, a full ten days before the Organizational Adjudication Committee (OAC) handed down its decision to the brothers of Alpha Delta, AD’s house advisor Larry W. Weidner II… Read more »

Johns Hopkins University Student Government Bans Chick-fil-A

Johns Hopkins University Student Government Bans Chick-fil-A

The Student Government Association at Johns Hopkins University has banned any current or future Chick-fil-A development by a 18-8 vote. The reason — surprise, surprise — is that the delicious culinary institution… Read more »

Green Key ’15 Lineup Announced

Green Key ’15 Lineup Announced

After much anticipation, Programming Board has finally released the long-awaited list of Green Key performers. On Thursday, April 23, Programming Board president Chelsea Mandel ‘15 announced that the concert will… Read more »

Seventh-Hole Slurp

Seventh-Hole Slurp

1oz 40 proof whiskey 1tsp maple syrup 1tbs bacon fat When I was a freshman at Dartmouth, back in the fall of 1965, we were still digging up barrels of… Read more »

State of Liberty

State of Liberty

What would a truly free society look like? I got a glimpse of the future when I attended the Free State Project’s ninth annual Liberty Forum on March 7. The… Read more »

Tucker’s Divorce: Religion at Dartmouth

Tucker’s Divorce: Religion at Dartmouth

For decades the William Jewett Tucker Foundation has focused on “ethical leadership, rooted in service, spirituality, and social justice.” According to its website, Dartmouth’s Board of Trustees in 1951 charged… Read more »

At the Sexual Assault Symposium

At the Sexual Assault Symposium

For at least one segment of the Dartmouth community, the hard alcohol ban was not the most interesting result of Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF)’s new initiatives. At Dartmouth’s Fourth Annual… Read more »

The Old Dartmouth Difference

The Old Dartmouth Difference

Among other things, some good, some bad, and some yet to be determined, the year-and-a-half old Hanlon presidency has brought a return of purposeful vision to the College. Though Jim… Read more »

Phiesta Redux at UC Santa Cruz

Phiesta Redux at UC Santa Cruz

According to Campus Reform, one of UC Santa Cruz’s residential colleges recently found itself in a similar situation to the Dartmouth Greek houses (Phi Delta Alpha and Alpha Phi) that attempted… Read more »