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Yearly Archives: 2012

An Alumnus on Webster Ave At Last

An Alumnus on Webster Ave At Last

Today, the Chair of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees announced to the student body that the 18th President of Dartmouth College had finally been selected. It was with great trepidation… Read more »

Everyone Chillax (Or Not): 2012 Is A Competitive Election

Everyone Chillax (Or Not): 2012 Is A Competitive Election

Jim Cramer’s electoral prediction is…probably overstated. It has been the recent meme among commentators, especially those in the bag for one side, to claim that the election is already “in… Read more »

Andrew Sullivan: Professional Bullsh*tter

Andrew Sullivan: Professional Bullsh*tter

Buy this versatile poster now! Conveniently doubles as both a map of the 1924 Election and the Civil War (Wisconsin WILL rise again).     The age of “public intellectuals”… Read more »

Jacques Barzun Dies at 104

Jacques Barzun Dies at 104

Prominent Columbia professor, historian, and philosopher Jacques Barzun died on Thursday in San Antonio, Texas. Barzun ran Columbia’s Great Books course along with Lionel Trilling. Here is a note on… Read more »

Oh Those Charming Socialists!

Oh Those Charming Socialists!

You think it’s funny and charming to rally socialists—yes, you heard it, socialists—at Dartmouth College via a rather disturbing article in our college’s newest newspaper (to our pleasure our new… Read more »

Articles From Our Second Issue

Articles From Our Second Issue

We’ve posted several articles from our second fall issue. Visit the Editor’s Corner to read Mr. Schwartzman’s take on recent policies aimed at Greek life. And go to the Features… Read more »

Interview With Dirk Vandewalle

Interview With Dirk Vandewalle

Editor’ s Note: Associate Professor of Government Dirk Vandewalle has spent nearly a quarter century studying Libya and the dictatorship of Muammar Gaddafi, writing two books on the subject and… Read more »

Dartmouth Murderer Seeks Case Reconsideration

Dartmouth Murderer Seeks Case Reconsideration

The recent United States Supreme Court ruling in the Miller v. Alabama case regarding mandatory life-without-parole sentences issued to juveniles will directly impact Dartmouth. After the 5-4 split decision, convicted… Read more »

Stop the Presses!

Stop the Presses!

Somewhere down the road, the powers-that-be decided that a place on the national stage is good for the College. President Kim fully embraced this philosophy during his tenure, increasing the… Read more »

Conservatives are Prettier, Study Shows

Conservatives are Prettier, Study Shows

A UCLA study confirms what everyone here at the Review has known for some time: conservative women are prettier. According to the survey, “the more feminine their features, the more… Read more »