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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Internal Strife Cripples Squash

Internal Strife Cripples Squash

The Dartmouth Women’s squash team finished their season ranked 9th nationally this year, the Men’s team finished ranked 11th.  In order to attain a national ranking, squash teams are selected… Read more »

TDR of Books Online

TDR of Books Online

The annual Dartmouth Review of Books is now online, you can check it out over at our Scribid site here. –Adam I. W. Schwartzman

Making a Deal in D.C.

Making a Deal in D.C.

By Thomas J.P. Harrington Fortunately, The Price of Politics is not a story told by an idiot, but instead a catalogue of idiotic mishaps, miscommunications and mistakes from both sides… Read more »

Kemeny, Hanlon, Computers & The World

Kemeny, Hanlon, Computers & The World

Friday, January 11th marked the first public appearance of Dr. Phil Hanlon ’77 as President-Elect of Dartmouth College. After brief introductions by Interim President Folt and Trustee Board Chairman Steve… Read more »

How to Bring Back the Dimensions Show

How to Bring Back the Dimensions Show

Dartmouth has erupted with justified anger over the College’s decision to cancel the very popular Dimensions musical show held each year for prospective Dartmouth students. Many students have credited the… Read more »

One More Reason We Don’t Go to Brown

One More Reason We Don’t Go to Brown

Just in time for Brown University’s class of 2017, Brown students will now be required to pay for the sexual reassignment surgeries of their peers. Last Wednesday, the Brown Daily… Read more »

A President Worthy of a Mansion

A President Worthy of a Mansion

The home of a scholar or of another bureaucrat?Writing in The Wealth of Nations, economist Adam Smith quietly introduces the world to a novel type of fiscal litmus test. About… Read more »

Dartmouth University?

Dartmouth University?

Is this sight in Dartmouth’s future? Soon enough, Dartmouth might have to restructure its list of selling points. After decades of boasting its status as the only “college” in the… Read more »