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Yearly Archives: 2012

Survival of the Fittest

Survival of the Fittest

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. —Evolutionary theory Yes,… Read more »

Get Ready for Armageddon

Get Ready for Armageddon

Six years ago, Mark Steyn published America Alone, in which he argued that the demographics of Europe were in the midst of a paradigm shift — that the birthplace of… Read more »

All You Need to Know About the State of the Union

All You Need to Know About the State of the Union

Watch for Rep. Chaffetz’s “rimshot” gesture at 0:23. —Sterling C. Beard

My Little Romney: Voting is Magic

My Little Romney: Voting is Magic

The Romney campaign has been boldly advertising where no PAC has gone before. Can any advertisement be more amusing (read: awesome) than the Thursday before the NH primary, when a… Read more »

Lohse ’12 Uncovers Evils of Fraternity Hazing Practices and the Kim Administration’s Apathy

Lohse ’12 Uncovers Evils of Fraternity Hazing Practices and the Kim Administration’s Apathy

A column written by Andrew Lohse ’12, scheduled to be printed at a later date in The D, was leaked today and graphically depicts the disgusting hazing practices that occur… Read more »

Good Politics is Bad Policy: Obama Declines Keystone XL Pipeline Permits

Good Politics is Bad Policy: Obama Declines Keystone XL Pipeline Permits

                On Wednesday, President Obama let politics get in the way of good policy when he decided to reject the Keystone XL pipeline proposal. In Obama’s speech, he claimed that… Read more »

Opinions on JoePa

Opinions on JoePa

Since the death of Penn State Football Coach Joe Paterno, I’ve been periodically scanning the web for an opinion piece on the man’s legacy. This was not the piece I… Read more »

Winter Carnival Recollections

Winter Carnival Recollections

With Winter Carnival only a few weeks away, the internet has again started to take notice. Richard Press, about whom I’ve written before, has another post up on style website… Read more »

Basketball Loses vs. Crimson

Basketball Loses vs. Crimson

Dartmouth Men’s Basketball faced the Harvard Crimson, ranked #24 in the nation, last night in first sell-out of Leede Arena since 2000. Backed by a raucous crowd, the Indians jumped… Read more »

The One Useful Thing About DDS

The One Useful Thing About DDS

If you’ve read TDR, you are no doubt quite familiar with our disdain for Dartmouth Dining Services. At the very least, there is now a nutrition calculator so you can… Read more »