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Yearly Archives: 2010

Affirmative Action’s Shaky History & Uncertain Future

Affirmative Action’s Shaky History & Uncertain Future

William Chase, the former president of Emory and Wesleyan, has an article in the most recent issue of The American Scholar that hits upon the contemporary hazards of race-based affirmative… Read more »

Dartmouth — A Liberal Arts College

Dartmouth — A Liberal Arts College

Yesterday’s discussion of college admissions prompted a visit to the U.S. News and World Report college rankings, which yielded this interesting sight: Is that, you ask, a picture of Baker… Read more »

An Update on the Early Decision Sweepstakes

An Update on the Early Decision Sweepstakes

It’s the Christmas season, which in the shallow world of competitive college admissions can mean only one thing: time to compare early admissions numbers! Jacques Steinberg ’88 at the New… Read more »

Kim’s Turnaround — The Conversation Continues!

Kim’s Turnaround — The Conversation Continues!

Is President Kim merely a politician-cheerleader? Or will he only have made an impact at Dartmouth once he’s vanquished the twin scourges of course oversubscription and professorial bias in the… Read more »

Christmas Issue Now Up!

Christmas Issue Now Up!

Christmas is only a few days away, folks! To help with your holiday cheer, the PDF of our Christmas issue is now up. Inside you’ll find: Feature Articles: What is… Read more »

Articles of the Day, 12/17/10

Articles of the Day, 12/17/10

Two more articles for you intrepid readers: First up, Khin Nyunt expounds on the strengths of the old ways in Traditional Marriage’s Enduring Values. Follow that up with Coleman Shear’s… Read more »

Landes Discusses Pallywood Theory

Landes Discusses Pallywood Theory

By Coleman E. Shear On November 11th, Boston University Professor Richard Landes came to Dartmouth to speak about jihadi cognitive warfare and its effects on the US media at the… Read more »

Traditional Marriage’s Enduring Virtues

Traditional Marriage’s Enduring Virtues

By Khin Nyunt Over the past few years, lots of money and ink has been spent arguing about gay marriage, but not enough attention has been paid to the implications… Read more »

Conservatism & No Labels

Conservatism & No Labels

Former Giuliani speechwriter and CNN contributor John Avlon gave the Review a shout-out today in his Daily Beast column, “My War with Rush Limbaugh,” about the emerging media war over… Read more »

Remember, Parents Pay Thousands of Dollars for This

Remember, Parents Pay Thousands of Dollars for This

Getting Blitzed by campus organizations is a dicey affair. Most of the time, you’ll delete those blitzes without a second thought. Other ones have some tangential relationship to an interest… Read more »