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Yearly Archives: 2012

Let’s All Feel a Little More Entitled

Let’s All Feel a Little More Entitled

Last week, two videos indicating precisely what’s wrong with America surfaced on the Internet. Both were shot at a campaign rally for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Bedford, Ohio,… Read more »

The Dartmouth Review Interviews Tagg Romney

The Dartmouth Review Interviews Tagg Romney

Fake Twitter Accounts For Dean Johnson and GLOS Created

Fake Twitter Accounts For Dean Johnson and GLOS Created

  In response to the College’s newly adopted “harm reduction policies,” a couple (or one) anonymous students have created fake Twitter accounts for Dean Charlotte Johnson and the Dartmouth Greek… Read more »

Dean Johnson Knows What You Want

Dean Johnson Knows What You Want

  “I get it”Although students have doubted many of Dean Johnson’s controversial policies, especially the “harm reduction policies” implemented this past summer (while three fourths of the student body was… Read more »

NH Judge Blocks Voter Registration Law

NH Judge Blocks Voter Registration Law

While the Justice Department’s recent approval of New Hampshire’s new voter ID law has certainly led many at Dartmouth and throughout the state to cry foul, a judge’s recent ruling… Read more »

Good Old Joe

Good Old Joe

The Vice President of the United States of America, or as we prefer to refer to him as over here at The Review, “Crazy Old Joe,” visited The College this… Read more »

Study Reveals Science Bias

Study Reveals Science Bias

A study concluding that science professors across the country hold marked biases against female undergraduates has been released by Yale University, condemning both male and female professors and attributing the… Read more »

A Suggestion to the City of Chicago on its Recent Teacher Troubles

A Suggestion to the City of Chicago on its Recent Teacher Troubles

Those paying attention to national news have doubtless heard that teachers in the Chicago Public Schools, the nation’s third-largest school district, have gone on strike after months of failed negotiations… Read more »

The Real Barack

The Real Barack

The conventions are finally over. Mitt Romney reintroduced himself to the American people as a man with business smarts, principles, and experience turning around failing organizations. The Democratic party responded… Read more »

Could Tapping Ryan Be a Sign of Confidence?

Could Tapping Ryan Be a Sign of Confidence?

Almost immediately after Mitt Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate, pundits from all across the political spectrum immediately weighed in on how Ryan would impact the race…. Read more »