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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Buzzword: Fieldstock

Buzzword: Fieldstock

The latest buzzword around campus this week seems to be “Fieldstock.”    Fieldstock is an annual sophomore summer tradition traditionally known as Tubestock in which students would build wooden rafts and use… Read more »

Undergrad Bashes Recruiting Culture

Undergrad Bashes Recruiting Culture

It’s that time of year again. Corporate recruiting is in the air. The hallways across campus echo with the sounds of “Bridgewater”, “Goldman”, “Morgan”, and “Merrill.” For those with Wall… Read more »

Hood Museum Sculpture Finds a New Home

Hood Museum Sculpture Finds a New Home

Stepping outside of Novack Cafe of Berry Library today I was shocked to see a gigantic metal structure standing in the middle of the grass. It turns out that the… Read more »

41% of Americans are Terrorists

41% of Americans are Terrorists

At least that’s what Vice President Joe Biden would say.   The latest Gallup poll reveals the number of people who identify as very conservative versus very liberal. Additionally conservative… Read more »

Topical Raps!

Topical Raps!

With the debt ceiling raised and tensions in congress temporarily eased, have a look at this hilarious video from libertarian-leaning blog Reason.   –Adam I. W. Schwartzman [h/t Christine Tian… Read more »

Made in America, Faked in China

Made in America, Faked in China

The online WSJ has a great article right now–apparently certain Chinese businesses are making the leap from bootleg goods to bootleg stores altogether! From the journal: Imitation retailers and restaurants… Read more »

Fmr. Editor-in-Chief, Harmeet Dhillon ’89 on 7Live

Fmr. Editor-in-Chief, Harmeet Dhillon ’89 on 7Live

Former TDR Editor-in-Chief Harmeet Dhillon, head of the San Francisco Bay Area GOP, recently put in an appearance on 7Live, a Bay Area talk show to discuss some of the… Read more »

Dameron in the WSJ

Dameron in the WSJ

Check out former TDR Editor-in-Chief Charlie Dameron’s first published piece as a Robert L. Bartley Fellow at the Wall Street Journal: a review of Omar Ibn Said’s A Muslim American… Read more »

Dartmouth Professor Brings Shakespeare to The War-torn

Dartmouth Professor Brings Shakespeare to The War-torn

The continuing strife in war-torn nations shows that little can be done to heal the wounds of ethnic conflict. The Balkan nations have proven this especially, with ethnic differences still… Read more »

The “Terrible Trough”

The “Terrible Trough”

Most Dartmouth students are familiar with the Senior Fence located at the south-west corner of the Green.  Back in its heyday, it served as a site for members of the… Read more »