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Yearly Archives: 2012

Dartmouth in the White House?

Dartmouth in the White House?

Now that Romney has officially secured the nomination, the next big question arises: who will be his running mate? Paul Ryan, Bob McDonnell, and Marco Rubio are all sound choices,… Read more »

Dartmouth Psycho

Dartmouth Psycho

By Joseph Rago ’05 I know, you know, we all know all about the College’s work-hard, play-hard, murder-hard ethos. Yes, the fraternities are the center of the campus universe, engender… Read more »

Dartmouth Student Writes on Anti-Israeli Groups

Dartmouth Student Writes on Anti-Israeli Groups

In yesterday’s Opinion column of The Dartmouth, Paul Lazarow ’13 wrote an intelligent, logical defense of Israel from collegiate groups aimed at portraying Israel as an “apartheid regime.” Lazarow specifically… Read more »

Cyber Counter-Terrorism

Cyber Counter-Terrorism

In New York City after 9/11, a campaign was started by the Metropolitan Transit Authority to encourage regular citizens to become counter-terrorist agents in their own right and alert authorities… Read more »

Skepticism Still Surrounds JYK’s World Bank Nomination

Skepticism Still Surrounds JYK’s World Bank Nomination

Two men. One leadership style.It appears that President Kim’s reputation precedes him…even to the farthest corners of the world. Even as our esteemed leader travels around the world, seeking to… Read more »

Eulogizing a Perfunctory President

Eulogizing a Perfunctory President

By Adam I. W. Schwartzman In 1821, Daniel Dana resigned after serving just one year as Dartmouth’s fourth president. Dana’s tenure remains, by a wide margin, the shortest in the… Read more »

A Lohsing Battle

A Lohsing Battle

By Blake S. NeffLike a molasses tsunami (look it up), Janet Reitman’s exposé of Dartmouth in Rolling Stone came with plenty of forewarning but was nevertheless unstoppable and unavoidable, not… Read more »

Congratulations Bubba

Congratulations Bubba

In class last week, college student everywhere heard hushed golf claps or an isolated “GET IN THE HOLE!” chant echoing around their classroom.  This was, of course, a sign that… Read more »

GOP Strategists Suggest Dartmouth Grad for VP

GOP Strategists Suggest Dartmouth Grad for VP

In a Politico report today, GOP insiders have agreed with a recent poll by National Journal that suggest Dartmouth alumnus and Ohio state Senator Rob Portman ’79 has the greatest… Read more »

Sounds of the Future…or Not

Sounds of the Future…or Not

Thursday’s New York Times featured a below-the-fold exposition of the fastest growing genre in the musical world: electronic dance. Over the past decade, concert promoters of every kind have been… Read more »