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Pulitzer Winner Wasserstein Dead at 55

Pulitzer Winner Wasserstein Dead at 55

Playwright Wendy Wasserstein, last year’s Montgomery Fellow, succumbed to Lymphoma today. She leaves behind a young daughter and a body of much-loved plays and movies including “The Heidi Chronicles” and… Read more »

It’s back…

It’s back…

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Rago in WSJ

Rago in WSJ

TDR editor emeritus Joe Rago ’05 weighs in on the cult of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in the Wall Street Journal online.

Re: Torino

Re: Torino

I would also add that Dartmouth’s total of 13 athletes is nearly half of the entire Ivy League’s count of 27 competitors.

Update: Dartmouth at Torino

Update: Dartmouth at Torino

Four Dartmouth students and alums will be representing three nations as they compete in the Alpine Skiing competition at the Torino Winter Olympic Games. According to Dartmouth’s official newsletter, this… Read more »

TDR Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Gala

TDR Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Gala

The Dartmouth Review requests the pleasure of your company at its gala commemorating its twenty-fifth anniversary on Friday, the twenty-first of April at six o’clock, The Union League Club, New… Read more »

NACUBO endowment data

NACUBO endowment data

The National Association of College and University Business Officers has released some new information on college endowments. It’s definitely worth perusing. The general index may be found here, while the… Read more »

Unfortunate Photo

Unfortunate Photo

Today’s Daily Dartmouth features an article about a Tuck program to introduce more women and minorities to Wall Street careers. But perhaps this wasn’t the best photo for them to… Read more »

Grossman ’02 Corrects Simon ’06

Grossman ’02 Corrects Simon ’06

Andrew Grossman, former Editor of The Dartmouth Review, most recent letter to the editor corrects Justine Simon’s Palestinian apologia in today’s Dartmouth.

Konrad ’89 Makes Olympic Team

Konrad ’89 Makes Olympic Team

Sarah Konrad ’89 will soon make history as the first US female athlete to compete in two events in the Olympic Games. She will be joined by six other Dartmouth… Read more »