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Yearly Archives: 2013

Tuck Math: 4+1 = MiM

Tuck Math: 4+1 = MiM

Recently, President Hanlon announced a plan to add a “4+1″ program to Tuck by 2016. The program would tack on a year of business classes to the four years of… Read more »

Budget Battle Looms: Will Congress Kick the Can Again?

Budget Battle Looms: Will Congress Kick the Can Again?

Join the AEI On Campus discussion on Thursday from 4:00-5:00 PM. The annual US budget debate has been a battle of partisan differences in recent years, with no plan in… Read more »

Hillflint Reinvents the Class Sweater

Hillflint Reinvents the Class Sweater

After building Hillflint from a dorm-room conversation into a well-loved brand on Ivy League campuses with his line of comfy, conservatively-inspired merino wool class sweaters, CEO and Co-Founder John Shi… Read more »

Protestors Pester Olmert Lecture

Protestors Pester Olmert Lecture

Today Dartmouth’s Realtalk showed their true colors. Their appearance at a talk given by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was widely regarded by the audience as one of the… Read more »

Thoughts on the Attack on Ehud Olmert

Thoughts on the Attack on Ehud Olmert

Dear anonymous vigilante:   Your attempts to foment unrest were fumbled at best. Upon seeing your sign hanging in Novack, I sat at a nearby table and watched as student… Read more »

Radical “Innovates Language” to Combat Oppression

Radical “Innovates Language” to Combat Oppression

On Thursday, October 17, The Dartmouth Radical, which we all know as one of the great bastions of critical analysis and intellectual thought on campus, hosted a “Resistance Workshop” led… Read more »

Leaked Beta Emails Reveal Mild Hazing

Leaked Beta Emails Reveal Mild Hazing

Earlier this week, campus was rocked by the sudden appearance of yet another scandal. Dartmouth fraternities had once more surged into the headlines. Well, not quite. In fact, Beta Alpha… Read more »

Rauner ’78 Selects Running Mate in Illinois Gubernatorial Race

Rauner ’78 Selects Running Mate in Illinois Gubernatorial Race

Around the country, all eyes are firmly fixed upon the race for the governor’s mansion in Illinois. The current Democratic governor, Pat Quinn, barely won election in 2010 by less… Read more »

Beta Emails Reveal Hazing and Demeaning

Beta Emails Reveal Hazing and Demeaning

Yesterday evening, gawker.com released an article exposing blitzes sent in an unintentionally public e-mail forum between brothers of Dartmouth’s Beta Alpha Omega fraternity. From sink night hazing rituals to blitzes demeaning women,… Read more »

In Loco Duplicitis

In Loco Duplicitis

At Dartmouth, tales of alcohol-sodden legal issues are usually as mundane as home foreclosures in inner city Detroit. Events this summer, however, have been rather different. Ever since Dartblog first… Read more »