David Horowitz


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College to bestow eight honorary degrees today

Paavo T. Lipponen '64, prime minister of Finland and keynote speaker for the College's Commencement ceremony, will be one of eight recipients of Dartmouth honorary degrees today. The other seven honorees include Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee, acclaimed British writer Sir V.S.






Dartmouth women stand up and speak

Five senior women reflected on women's activism and women's issues in a panel discussion before an almost-filled 105 Dartmouth Hall last night. The discussion titled "Will the Women of Dartmouth Please Stand Up?" occurred before an overwhelmingly female audience. BreeAnne Clowdus '97 spoke about female political activism, to which she said she is drawn.




Mid East expert returns to College

Gamal Abouali '90, an expert on Middle East relations and one of the College's more prominent recent alumni, will deliver a talk titled "Palestine Under the Oslo Accords: Human Rights Issues" tonight in the Rockefeller Center at a gathering of the University Seminar on War and Peace Issues. Abouali currently works for Human Rights Watch, a private organization based in Washington, D.C.



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