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New management

(11/07/00 11:00am)

The 2000 Major League Baseball season has ended with the New York Yankees repeating as World Series Champions, and it is already time to start looking towards next season. While it will be several weeks before free agents begin to stir up the market, it is already time to start thinking about what managerial decisions will do for some of the teams. Six new managers were hired last week, and all inherit ball clubs with good potential. Interestingly, four of the six have never managed in the big leagues before, and three have never managed at any level. In a game where the old-boy network often prevails, the inexperience of these six managers is rather extraordinary. Let's take a step-by-step look at the effect each of these skippers will have on his new team.

Gore for Dartmouth

(11/07/00 11:00am)

Contrary to what some may think, this year's presidential election is between two radically different candidates with very different visions for our nation. Hundreds of Dartmouth students watched the presidential debates from the Rockefeller Center or the comfort of their own rooms, and the differences on major issues such as Social Security and health care were clear. But, many Dartmouth students probably found themselves wondering how Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush differ on the issues that directly affect young people. Thankfully, these two candidates couldn't be more different.

A Vote for Values

(11/07/00 11:00am)

Although the Clinton and Gore era has brought our nation to the height of its prosperity, it has neglected to bring our nation to the same peak of respect and honor. I thank Clinton and his masterful performance in facilitating the progress toward our economic success. And now that we're secure about that, it's time to turn to a different sense of security, one that Clinton has failed to uphold: our values.