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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Blowing the Whistle

Blowing the Whistle

Today, Business Insider’s sad junior writer covering the Dartmouth beat stumbled across another gem: In short, a group of disgruntled Dartmouth College employees are “blowing the whistle” on what they allege to be a… Read more »

Irony and Agriculture

Irony and Agriculture

I hope he packed his SNAP Card. To the interminable list of things that government does not do well, we can now safely add another item: irony. Writing in Friday’s… Read more »

Trusting Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

Trusting Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

In other news, Dartmouth researchers have discovered that in fact, people are far sillier with their money than was previously thought. Or at least, in deciding who to give their… Read more »

R.I.P. Jim Dupuis

R.I.P. Jim Dupuis

The Dartmouth Review is sad to report the death of Jim Dupuis, commonly known around campus as “Jim Gusanoz,” a nickname he gained from the restaurant he famously delivered for… Read more »

President Obama Exhumes bin Laden’s Corpse

President Obama Exhumes bin Laden’s Corpse

Well, that certainly didn’t take long.  A few days ago, President Obama visited the troops in Afghanistan on the anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death. Such photo-ops aren’t unusual in… Read more »

Gingrich Suspends Campaign for GOP Nomination

Gingrich Suspends Campaign for GOP Nomination

Image courtesy of CBS News It’s the end of the line for Republican presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich, who officially announced Wednesday that he would be dropping out of the race… Read more »

Backwards BASICS

Backwards BASICS

In the midst of all the negative news surrounding Dartmouth in the past few months, Dartmouth Now reports that there are some very bright developments in the Dartmouth community. “Around… Read more »

Corrupting the Minds of the Youth

Corrupting the Minds of the Youth

By Adam I. W. Schwartzman Let me play Meletus for a moment—“Concerned Students of Dartmouth” no doubt consider themselves the Socratic gadfly the College needs. The group, which is led… Read more »

An Interview with Nate Fick ’99

An Interview with Nate Fick ’99

By Adam I. W. Schwartzman The Dartmouth Review: In what capacity have you been involved with the College since graduation?  Nate Fick: I’ve ben on the Board of Visitors of… Read more »

Presidential Search: Who’s Next?

Presidential Search: Who’s Next?

By J.P. Harrington What do we need in our next president? The best place to begin is with the clear failures of this president – and how best to remedy… Read more »