Month: March 1998

Campus Politics: A mission for 007

This article is more than a newspaper column - it’s an invitation for Avi Raina and all those who would oppose him to come over to Carter 45 to play a little James Bond.

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Responses to March 3 Iraq article II

The March 3 Record article “Peace in Iraq? Conflict not over until Hussein is powerless,” while providing, for the most part, an accurate if highly selective summary of recent events, failed to touch a number of key issues while grossly misrepresenting others.

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Responses to March 3 Iraq Article

While this might disappoint the Free Press and others, I want to clarify that this response to Matt Gutman’s article and Professor McAllister’s March 4 speech is not a defense of Saddam Hussein.

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Peace in the Middle East?

Land for Peace. This is the basic premise from which Sadat and Begin worked out the return of the Sinai, and it is also the premise upon which the Oslo Accords were settled.

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Ephs, get ready for ACC sports

The events of the last week in sports have proved one thing: we’re too good for Division III.

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Jesup to move to Windows NT system

All IBM computer labs in Jesup Hall will be upgraded by the Office for Information Technology over Spring Break to the Windows NT Workstation operating system.

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Phillips discusses ‘coldest stuff in universe’

In his lecture “Time, Einstein, and the Coldest Stuff in the Universe,” Dr. William D. Phillips entertained a packed room at Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall Thursday evening.

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IT on IT: Your weekly dose of Information Technology from Perry

Let’s say you are a new first year Dartmouth student. Your mom and dad purchased a Mac for you to use during your senior year in high school.

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Class of ’98: looking ahead

Whether they are strolling across campus in suits, frantically printing their resumes in the Computer Center, or spreading the news of their new jobs, the seniors are very visibly involved in making their plans for next year.

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College Council looks to begin transport service

A campus-wide transport service may begin as early as next semester.

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