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April 2014

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

The FB crowd called on the campus to come out and support their efforts to implement a radical diversity agenda. When announced, I thought that this was a gutsy move. After all, if there was…
Associate Professor of Spanish, Comparative Literature, and Women’s and Gender Studies Annabel Martin has called for the faculty to support today’s FB demonstration at 3pm in front of Parkhurst:…
Wait a moment. Did Phil really write, “Their grievance, in short, is that they don’t feel like Dartmouth is fostering a welcoming environment”? Actually, the FB folks’ grievances are broader and deeper than that….
If you want to follow the entire FB follies on the web, here is the group’s Livestream site: http://new.livestream.com/accounts/7779251/events/2886952 Enjoy (as 30 kids hogtie a 6,000 student institution)….
The following e-mail just went out to the campus. Could this be the start of The Parkhurst Siege? From: The Dartmouth Radical Date: Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 9:50 AM Subject: Corrected dates: Update Sit-In…
The occupation of Parkhurst continues, and a remarkable video has come out of Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson’s discussions with the protestors. Listen to her tell the students (at 2:30) that Phil won’t be…

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