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Yearly Archives: 2012

Vox Clamantis in Nuntio

Vox Clamantis in Nuntio

Take that, Lohse! With all of this backlash and argument over Janet Reitman’s so-called “unbiased” article in Rolling Stone, “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy,” it’s comforting to know… Read more »

The Doctor Seuss School of Medicine

The Doctor Seuss School of Medicine

The College announced today that the Dartmouth Medical School, the 4th oldest medical school in the country, will be renamed to the Geisel School of Medicine, in honor of Audrey… Read more »

Dangerous Donors

Dangerous Donors

Usually supporters earn their money before they give it away.Thinking he had nothing to hide, Obama decided to let his hefty list of “bundlers” go public, forgetting, in the process,… Read more »

Tomorrow: The Moral Case for Free Markets

Tomorrow: The Moral Case for Free Markets

Come and listen to one of Dartmouth’s most scintillating alums: Dinesh D’Souza ’83Tomorrow at 7:30 P.M. in the Rockefeller Class of 1930 Room, New York Times bestselling author, President of… Read more »

Kim’s Credentials Questioned

Kim’s Credentials Questioned

The Economist, in a recent article, challenged President Obama’s nomination of Jim Yong Kim as future World Bank President by backing another candidate, Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.  In case you haven’t… Read more »

All 27 SAE Brothers Cleared of Charges

All 27 SAE Brothers Cleared of Charges

Rather self-explanatory. In any case, it seems more effort than it’s worth impose serious charges on 27 students in good standing, then drop them a couple of weeks later due… Read more »

Has Lohse Accomplished What He Set Out to Do?

Has Lohse Accomplished What He Set Out to Do?

Behold, a Dartmouth man who the campus wishes wasn’t. Well folks, the reaction from the Rolling Stone article on Andrew Lohse and SAE is pretty clear at this point. People… Read more »

Reactions to “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy”

Reactions to “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy”

Animalistic, alcoholic, abominable pre-Wall Street clones? As a freshman girl at Dartmouth, allegedly the most vulnerable type of person on campus where the Greek system is concerned, I am furious… Read more »

A Cursory Read

A Cursory Read

A cursory read of Janet Reitman’s latest in Rolling Stone warrants immediate focus on a number of different points. Reitman relies heavily on unqualified sources, undemonstrated facts, and spurious rumors…. Read more »

24 Charges Dropped

24 Charges Dropped

In the wake of Andrew Lohse’s now-infamous op-ed, the College charged 27 members of SAE with hazing violations, seemingly anyone and everyone who had the misfortune of sharing a house… Read more »