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Yearly Archives: 2012

Rolling Stone Article Now Up

Rolling Stone Article Now Up

Have a look for yourselves, it’s a long one. –Adam I. W. Schwartzman

Winter Issues Now Up!

Winter Issues Now Up!

The issues from winter 2012 are now up in our archive. Go take a gander and see what you missed! March 9, 2012February 24, 2012February 10, 2012 January 27, 2012January… Read more »

BREAKING: Obama Taps Kim to Lead World Bank

BREAKING: Obama Taps Kim to Lead World Bank

President Kim broke the news today in an email to campus: March 23, 2012 To the Dartmouth Community, I write to share the news that President Barack Obama has asked… Read more »

Dartmouth Custodian Arrested for Laptop Thefts

Dartmouth Custodian Arrested for Laptop Thefts

Since the beginning of February, 22 laptops have been stolen from inside Baker-Berry Library. Yesterday, police executed a sting operation inside the library. Hanover Police Chief Nick Giaccone explained, “The… Read more »

TDR, PoliTalk, and The Heritage Foundation Present: A Response to Critics of the Founding

TDR, PoliTalk, and The Heritage Foundation Present: A Response to Critics of the Founding

A week ago, The Dartmouth Review and PoliTalk put together a lecture by David Azerrad, Assistant Director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics, titled “A Response to Critics… Read more »

Rethinking Diversity

Rethinking Diversity

About a month ago, we at The Dartmouth Review posted an article on the divisive and iniquitous nature of affirmative action (see Affirmative Action Promotes Inequality). In it, we argued… Read more »

Hipster-in-Chief

Hipster-in-Chief

President Obama was a fan of Jeremy Lin before it was cool. In an interview with Bill Simmons, the non-conformist commander-in-chief wanted to let everyone know that he is cooler… Read more »

Rest in Peace, Andrew Breitbart

Rest in Peace, Andrew Breitbart

We at The Dartmouth Review express our condolences to the family and friends of Andrew Breitbart, a leading voice in the conservative movement.  Blogger, publisher, commentator, and editor, Mr. Breitbart was and… Read more »

That’s It. Now I’ve Seen Everything.

That’s It. Now I’ve Seen Everything.

There is now a consulting firm dedicated specifically to aiding Dartmouth College students deal with the Committee on Standards (COS). No, I’m not making that up. I first became aware… Read more »

Religious Hypocrisy

Religious Hypocrisy

The other day, President Obama apologized for the US Army’s burning Qurans that were used to send messages to prisoners. As Newt Gingrich points out, the United States received no… Read more »