Dartmouth Coalition for Peace

Joe Malchow catalogues student groups that compete for the banner of justice:

The sender, an Allison Levy, summoned two exclamation points to state her case. She is plainly excited about her fledgling organization. Will the little bird grow wings? One shouldn’t think so: competing with the “Dartmouth Coalition for Peace” in the market segment called “an activist group” are: AfriCaSO, Afro-American Society, Animal Welfare Group (called DAWG), ASEANO, Black Praxis, College Democrats, Dartmouth Progressives, Darfur Action Group, Dartmouth Asian Organization, Dartmouth Black Business Association, Dartmouth Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Dartmouth Civil Liberties Union, Dartmouth Latino Business Society, Dartmouth Rainbow Alliance, Gay Straight Alliance, Green Key Society, Green Magazine, Hokupa’a, International Humanitarian Foundation, La Alianza Latina, M.E.Ch.A. (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Aztlan), Minority Association of Pre-Health Professionals, National Society of Black Engineers, Native Americans at Dartmouth, Native Women’s Dancing Society, Por Latinoamerica, Queer, Society of Women Engineers, South Asian Business Association, Student Campaign for Child Survival, Students for Africa, Untamed (the Womanist Publication), Vegan Society, Women In Business, Women of Color Collective, and of course the ruthless Medieval Enthusiasts at Dartmouth.

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