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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Lady Laxers Hammer Harvard, Win Ivy League

Lady Laxers Hammer Harvard, Win Ivy League

According to the @dartmouthsports Twitter account, the women’s lacrosse team just won the Ivy League title by beating Harvard 14-7! Congratulations from all of us at the Review, ladies; this… Read more »

Superman Gives Up American Citizenship

Superman Gives Up American Citizenship

Truth, justice, and, uh, something else. That’s apparently what Superman stands for these days. No, you read that correctly. In Action Comics #900, Superman plans to go before the UN… Read more »

Trump Plays Another Hand

Trump Plays Another Hand

Hoping to quell the “birther” masses, President Obama has produced a birth certificate at long last. Until now, the White House has refused to fold into demands, perhaps assuming that… Read more »

A Royal Wedding for the New Generation

A Royal Wedding for the New Generation

This morning, Prince William of Wales married Catherine “Kate” Middleton at Westminster abbey in London England. The wedding was a distinctly British and Royal affair. The trotting life guard, the glittering… Read more »

Hayek vs. Keynes: Round Two

Hayek vs. Keynes: Round Two

Some of you may remember a delightful little music video released last year: “Fear the Boom and the Bust.”     Well, there’s good news. There’s a sequel, “Fight of… Read more »

Lt. Col. Allen West is Not Afraid of Hecklers

Lt. Col. Allen West is Not Afraid of Hecklers

“You will not intimidate me” Representative West tells a planted heckler at a town hall meeting.  His leadership skills haven proven to be powerful again in his response.  He had… Read more »

Trump Wins: Obama Releases Birth Certificate

Trump Wins: Obama Releases Birth Certificate

“I’m very proud of myself because I’ve accomplished something nobody else has been able to accomplish,” Trump said demurely. Now where are the tax returns and the college records?  

“Shutter Fraternities for Young Women’s Good” or “Make Generalizations Based on Hand-Picked Incidents”

“Shutter Fraternities for Young Women’s Good” or “Make Generalizations Based on Hand-Picked Incidents”

A recent story in the Journal‘s Life and Culture section caught my eye with its audacious headline. And The article, titled “Shutter Fraternities for Young Women’s Good” lives up to… Read more »

What Experts Think About Our Debt Ceiling

What Experts Think About Our Debt Ceiling

The debt ceiling has increased to dangerously high levels in recent years due to excessive government spending. It’s no secret that the US Government has accumulated quite a bit of… Read more »

Where Tax Dollars are Going

Where Tax Dollars are Going

In light of the College’s six-day event last week sponsored by the Office of Sustainability to celebrate Earth Week, I thought I’d share a recent video released by the EPA. … Read more »