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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Dick Clark Dies at 82

Dick Clark Dies at 82

The Rview would like to say farewell to American television icon, Dick Clark, who died Wednesday morning at the age of 82. Clark suffered a massive heart attack during an… Read more »

Marijuana in College Football

Marijuana in College Football

Photo Courtesy of Getty Images ESPN posted an article online today about the prevalence of marijuana use among collegiate athletes, specifically in football. Of 400,000 student athletes, about .6 percent… Read more »

Cemetery of the Innocents Under Assault

Cemetery of the Innocents Under Assault

    This morning, Vita Clamantis, Dartmouth’s pro-life group, set up a display of 546 American flags on the lawn in front of Hitchcock. These flags represent the 54.6 million… Read more »

Breaking Down the Freshman Fifteen

Breaking Down the Freshman Fifteen

So, apparently our neuroscience professors have been sticking humans into giant machines again over at the Geisel School of Medicine, but this time they came up with a particularly interesting… Read more »

Folt Named Interim President

Folt Named Interim President

And we’re not happy about it. From Steve Mandel ’78: Dear Members of the Dartmouth Community, As we anticipated President Jim Yong Kim’s appointment to lead the World Bank, the… Read more »

Focus Now on ’16s

Focus Now on ’16s

Prospective students are set to descend upon campus this Thursday for the start of Dartmouth Dimensions.  The weekend long stay in Hanover will let “prospies” get a taste of Dartmouth… Read more »

Rago on Animal House

Rago on Animal House

Head over to the Wall Street Journal to read a piece by former Review editor-in-chief and Dartmouth ’05 Joseph Rago on the reasons for Animal House‘s enduring appeal. In his… Read more »

It’s Official: Jim Yong Kim is to Head the World Bank

It’s Official: Jim Yong Kim is to Head the World Bank

As gratifying as it is to have someone from Dartmouth go on to such a prestigious position, it still irks the campus that he’s got the second shortest tenure of… Read more »

Students React Fiercely to…Something

Students React Fiercely to…Something

File this one under the Controversies Nobody Was Complaining About department. A group of six undergrads and a graduate student calling themselves Savage Media have produced a 74-second video taking… Read more »

UC-Davis Report Finds Fault at All Levels

UC-Davis Report Finds Fault at All Levels

A report commissioned by the UC-Davis administration has found fault across the board with the circumstances that led to the infamous pepper spray incident in November. The findings are fairly… Read more »