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Yearly Archives: 2006

Save Tubestock!

Save Tubestock!

And the fight to save Tubestock begins — — Forwarded message from Robert J. King — >Date: 02 Mar 2006 21:50:17 EST>From: Robert J. King>Reply-To: BR>Subject: Save Tubestock!>To: (Recipient list… Read more »

The Plot to Kill Tubestock

The Plot to Kill Tubestock

The Review has learned that the College and several governments in Vermont and New Hampshire are collaborating to end Tubestock, an annual tradition in which Dartmouth sophomores raft down the… Read more »

We are the Champions

We are the Champions

With a solid, though weather delayed, 3-0 victory last night, Dartmouth won the ECAC(HL) regular season title for the first time in school history, earning a share of the Cleary… Read more »

More men’s hockey notes

More men’s hockey notes

Not only would a win tomorrow over the Saints give Dartmouth the top-seed for the conference playoffs, but it would also give the school its first Cleary Cup ever as… Read more »

Huge win for men’s hockey

Huge win for men’s hockey

By defeating Clarkson 5-2 this evening, the Dartmouth men’s hockey team has clinched a first-round bye in the ECACHL playoffs. Further, with Cornell’s 2-0 loss at RPI, Dartmouth and Colgate… Read more »

Conservative Affirmative Action Nixed in SD

Conservative Affirmative Action Nixed in SD

The South Dakota state Senate killed a bill yesterday that would have required the state’s universities to publish an annual report detailing how they are promoting intellectual diversity. The bill… Read more »

FREE Rice and Beans!

FREE Rice and Beans!

Commentary from erstwhile Review editor Stefan Beck ’04: “I don’t know why somebody hadn’t thought of it before: the solution to starvation is free rice and beans! Leave it to… Read more »

Summers, Part III

Summers, Part III

Today’s Journal runs a brief opinion piece on the event, calling the faculty ouster indicative of a shifiting paradigm in higher education. Summers is just the latest victim. Mr. Summers’s… Read more »

Cartoon Rancor Follow-Up

Cartoon Rancor Follow-Up

Today’s “Quick Takes” from Inside Higher Ed notes that both the Review and the Dartmouth Free Press have published the Danish cartoons of Mohammed to little campus outrage (thus far)…. Read more »

Summers Update

Summers Update

Summers has indeed resigned as Harvard’s president. Former president Derek Bok, whose new book, Our Underachieving Colleges, will be reviewed in the next issue of TDR, will take over as… Read more »