Mr. Rogers

In typical Daily D columnist fashion, Mr. Antony’s piece today is incoherent, but it does raise an interesting question (which is rare enough for The Daily D), namely, why is it that Dartmouth manages to locate second-rate speakers with such frequency? True, my class managed to have Madeliene Albright, but her address was fairly weak and uninspiring. Were all the other important leaders and intellectuals booked already? Were they too scared to come to Hanover because of the Dartmouth Review?