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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bill Ayers is Against Charter Schools

Bill Ayers is Against Charter Schools

Bill Ayers took a trip to New Jersey’s Montclair State University and I imagine he was not expecting to have his agenda thwarted by a young black activist.  Vanessa Jean-Louis… Read more »

THEM!

THEM!

Like hundreds of giant ants, campus progressives are swarming amongst us yet again. The following leaflet has started to appear on a wall near you: Okay, okay, that’s not really… Read more »

New Feature: TDR Comics!

New Feature: TDR Comics!

Enjoy the Review’s newest feature, comics by contributor Evan Zeitchick ’11.

Sun God Oversteps

Sun God Oversteps

Jonathan James Recor, otherwise known as the Sun God, is garnering attention for a video posted to his Youtube account announcing his “return” and, among other things, comparing himself to… Read more »

The Amusing if Unfortunate Toll of Partisanship

The Amusing if Unfortunate Toll of Partisanship

Courtesty of Ricochet is this amusing video, one of the latest in the ongoing fad of making videos featuring dialog between two computerized voices. I don’t completely agree with the… Read more »

Dartmouth Helps out Students Displaced by Earthquake

Dartmouth Helps out Students Displaced by Earthquake

Yama’s: Not the worst place to get Sushi outside of Japan.Dartmouth’s quarter system is often a source of gripes, but every cloud’s got at least one silver lining. Vacancies have… Read more »

One Year Later, White House Still Selling Obamacare

One Year Later, White House Still Selling Obamacare

One year ago today, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law. Despite the fact that Americans remain divided about the health care plan and most actually believe that… Read more »

The Pragmatism of Rand Paul

The Pragmatism of Rand Paul

Nothing quite sets Congressman Rand Paul off like being told what kind of light bulb he can use. (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)Senator Rand Paul took advantage of a great… Read more »

Tuition Spikes, College Now Most Expensive in Ivy League

Tuition Spikes, College Now Most Expensive in Ivy League

As tuition rockets up another 5.9%, let us give thanks for our unionized friends.The recently announced 5.9% increase in Dartmouth’s tuition, room, board, and fees for the 2011-12 academic year… Read more »

Vandewalle on Libya: “A Tough Situation”

Vandewalle on Libya: “A Tough Situation”

What will Libya do if Gaddafi isn’t pushed out? And what ought the West to do?What sort of turmoil might be in store for Libya if Muammar Gaddafi continues to… Read more »