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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Grad Student Meth Lab Busted

Grad Student Meth Lab Busted

Apparently this happened right off campus on School Street. Randy Lamberghts, a chemistry grad student, was busted for trying to manufacture meth in his apartment. Read up on it here… Read more »

Review Named Collegiate Network’s Publication of the Week

Review Named Collegiate Network’s Publication of the Week

The Dartmouth Review has been honored by the Collegiate Network as its publication of the week. The short blurb notes that “articles are well-written and relevant” and mentions notable Review alums such as… Read more »

Football Preseason & 3 All-American Picks

Football Preseason & 3 All-American Picks

As expected, football preseason is well underway in Hanover as the Indians prepare for their first game against Colgate on Saturday, September 17th. Dartmouth will also host its first-ever night… Read more »

11X Issue Now Up

11X Issue Now Up

Head over to the archives to download our latest issue from summer term! Highlights include: -A Response to the Bush Protestors -Kim’s Greenhorn Years -Public Policy 20 -Dickey’s Great Issues… Read more »

Former Professional Athletes Hired as Dartmouth Coaches

Former Professional Athletes Hired as Dartmouth Coaches

The past week has brought a wave of exciting announcements in the Dartmouth Athletics program: Former LPGA tour player, Janet Coles, was hired today as the head coach of the… Read more »

“Super Committee” Supersedes Constitution?

“Super Committee” Supersedes Constitution?

With a current national debt of approximately $14.6 trillion that will escalate to about $15.4 trillion by the end of FY 2011, the United States is on a road much… Read more »

Immelt Speaks; Protestors Flub

Immelt Speaks; Protestors Flub

Jeffrey Immelt ’78 provided the latest lecture in this summer’s Leading Voices series. Immelt, the current C.E.O. of General Electric and a Dartmouth Trustee, gave a great speech in which… Read more »

Empty Promises

Empty Promises

Our amazing orator, President Barack Obama, dropped this knowledge on us yesterday. “If you hear something is happening and it hasn’t happened, don’t always believe what you hear” – Barack… Read more »

Dameron Killing It at the WSJ

Dameron Killing It at the WSJ

Not much to explain here. The Review’s former Editor-in-Chief Charlie Dameron ’11, now a Robert Bartley Fellow at the Wall Street Journal, was requested to do a short interview about… Read more »

So Long to the Fighting Sioux

So Long to the Fighting Sioux

The University of North Dakota has long been home to the “Fighting Sioux.” But in a decision on Monday, North Dakota’s Board of Higher Education voted unanimously to retire UND’s… Read more »