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    In last week’s edition of Newsweek, editors Abigail Jones ’02 and Alexander Nazaryan ’02... Read more »
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    It is finally here. After two years of leaked manuscripts, Huffington Post interviews, and incessant self-promotion,... Read more »
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    In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Douglas Belkin prominently featured Dartmouth and its Greek system... Read more »
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    By Alex Kane and Alex Libre “Freshman fall I, like too many other women on this campus, was raped,” said... Read more »

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The Storied History of Green Key

The Storied History of Green Key

Editor’s Note: Presented here is a history of Green Key weekend, required reading for any socially literate or historically conscious Dartmouth student. Former The Dartmouth Review Editor-in-Chief Joseph Rago ‘05 made the… Read more »

A History of Hums

A History of Hums

Editor’s Note: The following history of Hums by Joseph Rago ‘05 was first published in 2004. Mr. Rago is now an editorial board member for The Wall Street Journal and… Read more »

Dinesh D’Souza Pleads Guilty to Campaign Finance Violations

Dinesh D’Souza Pleads Guilty to Campaign Finance Violations

Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza ‘83 pleaded guilty on Tuesday to violating federal campaign finance laws. D’Souza admitted to using straw donors to funnel $20,000 to Republican Senate candidate Wendy Long… Read more »