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Higher Learning: The Science Distributive Reconsidered

(11/13/95 11:00am)

An interesting editorial by Won Joon Choe appeared in The Dartmouth last Friday about the irrelevance of the science distributive to a liberal arts education. Not being particularly enthusiastic about the distributive system myself, I was hesitant to criticize what I read, but the manner in which the column dealt with the topic left me feeling great unease.

'Poltergeist' carries strong sense of reality

(11/10/95 11:00am)

When an author can invoke vivid memories from a reader's own life, the writing moves beyond the form on the paper and into the reader's psyche. The work then achieves a point of influence when an author reads her work to a room of softly smiling, all-too-knowing listeners who are right there with her because they are survivors of the words and actions of the story.

Freedom From Money Matters

(11/10/95 11:00am)

John Strayer's column last week about the Kiewit repair shop's "Premium Service" ("Premium Service Conflicts With Principles of The College," Nov. 1, 1995), by which, for a higher fee, students can have their computers repaired faster than those with just "normal service") touched upon an issue which I've often thought about here at Dartmouth: The equality of students from different socioeconomic backgrounds.

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