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Yearly Archives: 2012

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 »

Feminist News Network

Feminist News Network

Will dumping their title change their job? President Obama’s recent embrace of the Buffett Rule has filled headlines and opinion pages alike for the last few days, but amidst the… Read more »

GSA Madness

GSA Madness

Welcome to the U.S., where we’re literally run by clowns. The government has been playing a sick joke with our hard-earned money.  Amidst unemployment and a tight economy, the General… Read more »

The Alumni War of Words on “Hazing” Continues

The Alumni War of Words on “Hazing” Continues

Defining hazing isn’t a black and white affair. With all the furor that’s come up over Andrew Lohse ’12’s accusations of hazing at SAE, not to mention Ravital Segal KKG… Read more »

North Korean Rocket Fails

North Korean Rocket Fails

As we reported earlier, Wednesday was a big day for North Korea. Kim Jong-un was honored with a couple of new titles (as if “supreme leader” weren’t enough), his late… Read more »

Exeunt Santorum

Exeunt Santorum

Perhaps this image will grace a forthcoming book… The grueling Republican primary contest finally seems to have played itself out, as Mitt Romney’s last formidable opponent Rick Santorum has elected… Read more »

The North Korea Problem Child

The North Korea Problem Child

Behold! The hermit kingdom wants to colonize space! Wednesday was a big day for North Korea. First, in a gathering of the Workers’ Party in Pyongyang on Wednesday, there was… Read more »

Dinesh D’Souza ’83 on the Moral Case for Free Markets

Dinesh D’Souza ’83 on the Moral Case for Free Markets

On April 3, The Dartmouth Review, PoliTalk, and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute brought fromer Review editor-in-chief Dinesh D’Souza ’83 back to campus to speak on the morality of free markets. A… Read more »