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Monthly Archives: August 2011

CNN Money Names Hanover Sixth Best Place to Live in America

CNN Money Names Hanover Sixth Best Place to Live in America

CNN Money recently released its annual “Best Places to Live” list and Dartmouth’s little town, Hanover, New Hampshire, has found itself positioned at number 6. Though CNN Money doesn’t release… Read more »

Rick Perry and Crony Capitalism

Rick Perry and Crony Capitalism

The Review’s own Charles Dameron ’11 had a weekend piece in the Wall Street Journal breaking down a certain controversial aspect of Rick Perry’s governorship of Texas. During his tenure, Texas has… Read more »

Dartmouth College Bonds Keep Triple A Rating

Dartmouth College Bonds Keep Triple A Rating

Keeping with the recent zeitgeist over the ratings downgrade, it’s nice to note that Dartmouth College bonds issued on its behalf by the New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority… Read more »

Appointees to the “Super Committee” Revealed

Appointees to the “Super Committee” Revealed

Senators Jon Kyl, Rob Portman ’79, and Pat Toomey, and Representatives Dave Camp, Fred Upton and Jeb Hensarling have been appointed by top Republicans in the House and Senate as… Read more »

Riots Calm Down

Riots Calm Down

After days of rioting and looting, the tensions in London appear to be winding down. On Wednesday, PM David Cameron vowed to stand behind the police with whatever force was… Read more »

To Lighten The Mood

To Lighten The Mood

It’s not a stretch to say the country was left feeling a little gloomy in the wake of Standard and Poor’s gimmick downgrading of the American sovereign credit rating. So… Read more »

House Page Program Terminated

House Page Program Terminated

Yesterday, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) made a joint decision to end the House Page Program, a nearly 200-year-old tradition. This unique program gives high… Read more »

Obama Speaks on Downgrade

Obama Speaks on Downgrade

Photo Credit: AP Secretary of the Treasury (and Dartmouth alum) Timothy Geithner has previously criticized S&P’s decision to downgrade the US credit rating. The markets are in turmoil (BoA was… Read more »

TDR Happy Hour in D.C.

TDR Happy Hour in D.C.

Hey everybody, the Review is hosting a happy hour in Washington, D.C.  this Friday, August 12th, from 6:00-8:00 at 733 15th Street Northwest. The entrance fee is $20, payable at the… Read more »

Just a Reminder…

Just a Reminder…

By now you’re all probably aware that S&P downgraded the country’s credit rating from AAA to AA+ with a negative outlook. This is the first time in our country’s history… Read more »