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  • The Dartmouth Newspaper History

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    The Dartmouth, originally called The Dartmouth Gazette, was founded on August 27th, 1799 by Moses Davis in Hanover, New Hampshire. Davis, after founding the paper, attempted to gather subscribers from the sparsely populated Upper Valley, a challenging task. Davis succeeded in acquiring subscribers, and charged them annual fees. These fees were the only source of revenue for the early Dartmouth Gazette. Originally, a subscription to the Gazette cost a dollar and fifty cents per year. Davis initially

  • Dartmouth College Vs. Woodward

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    Dartmouth College v. Woodward (1819) Living in the 1800’s was not an easy task. This was the time of child labor and little to no education for kids. The time of having to walk 2-3 miles anywhere and making sure the crops were well enough to sell in the markets. The time of Westward Expansion and the genocide of Native Americans. Eleazar Wheelock, a Puritan minister from Columbia, CT was the one who founded Dartmouth. He initially established the school to train Native Americans as Christian missionaries

  • How Dartmouth Is A Great School Essay

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    “Dartmouth is a great school,” my grandpa said carefully. “One of the very best.” He took a long pause here. My grandpa opened and closed his mouth a few times, seeming to taste his words before speaking again. “But, the men there are pigs.” The silence hung in the air like the scent of the dinner rolls my mom had burnt that Thanksgiving. I, his granddaughter, was applying to Dartmouth College, his alma mater, something I had thought would be a source of joy, even pride, for the 85 year old. But

  • Experience : Project Preservation

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    I. Name of Experience: Project Preservation Organization (if applicable): Dartmouth Hillel Location: 10-week study at Dartmouth, 2.5 week service trip to Poland and Greece Dates: Spring 2016 Description of activities: Studied the Holocaust; visited Auschwitz; reconstructed a Jewish cemetery What you learned: I learned that genocide is a highly-organized, step-by-step social and political downward spiral into the depths of human evil. While visiting Auschwitz, I saw people taking selfies throughout

  • For Better Or For Worse: The Effects Of Divorce On Children

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    Scholars of the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science and E. Mavis Hetherington, author of For Better or For Worse: Divorce Reconsidered, agree that “approximately 75-80 percent of children develop into well-adjusted adults with no lasting psychological or behavioral problems” (Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science). The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science openly criticizes studies performed on children of divorce

  • Personal Essay On Dartmouth Admissions

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    Dartmouth Admissions, I’m sure Brandon’s resume is packed full of achievements, as he has had much success in a wide variety of areas including academics, music, debate, and table tennis, but what his resume cannot demonstrate are all of the reasons why I consider Brandon a friend. I would say Brandon and I became friends during gym class football. For the not so athletically inclined individuals like Brandon and me, gym can be the absolute worst part of the day, especially the football unit. Together

  • Dartmouth College Goes Wireless

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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGEMENT By EFRAIM TURBAN, LEIDNER, MCLEAN, WETHERBE MINICASE 1 Pg 32 Dartmouth College Goes Wireless Q1. In what ways is the Wi-Fi technology changing the life of Dartmouth students? Relate your answer to the concept of the digital society. A1. Dartmouth College has made many innovative usages of the Wi-Fi technology in their college: * Students are continuously developing new applications for the Wi-Fi. * Students no longer have

  • Daniel Webster Essay

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    Daniel Webster was born in Salisbury, New Hampshire, on January 18, 1782. Daniel was delicate, but a brilliant child, his family realized this, and made great expense to put Daniel and his brother Ezekiel through school. After graduating from Dartmouth College, he studied law and was admitted to the bar in Boston in 1805. Daniel Webster, was a well known public speaker and major constitutional lawyer; he was a major congressional representative for the Northern Whigs during his twenty years he

  • National Security vs. the Right to Privacy Essay

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    Abstract: Electronic mail is quickly becoming the most prevalent method of communication in the world. However, e-mail systems in corporate, institutional, and commercial environments are all potential targets of monitoring, surveillance and ultimately, censorship.             Electronic mail is a phenomenon that has begun to pervade all aspects of our lives today. We use e-mail in our personal lives, at our schools, at our jobs, and everywhere in between. However, very few of us consider the

  • The Symbols Of Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken

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    time for high school (American 1). In 1892 he graduated high school as a valedictorian along with Elinor White. Robert was accepted into Dartmouth college and only finished one term. Robert and Elinor got accepted into different and when she wouldn’t agree with him to quit college to marry him, he got jealous thinking she was seeing other men. He left Dartmouth college but could not get Elinor to quit her studies to marry him (“Robert” 2). During college Robert worked