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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Demystifying SAPA, COS & Reform

Demystifying SAPA, COS & Reform

Sexual assault assuredly occurs at Dartmouth, a disturbing and frightening fact for all students, female and male alike.  More students than ever are demanding the administration to “take action” against… Read more »

Data is the Answer, Not Delusional Hopes

Data is the Answer, Not Delusional Hopes

On the heels of the protests by the radical group for­merly known as Dartmouth REALTALK (now known as Dartmouth RealTalk), there comes the news that Greek leadership is considering a… Read more »

[PRINT] Westerosi Fraternities & Sororities

[PRINT] Westerosi Fraternities & Sororities

As the HBO series Game of Thrones has swept the campus, we here at The Dartmouth Review were shocked to receive the below text of an article from an anonymous… Read more »

Trance Movie Review

Trance Movie Review

Danny Boyle’s Trance is the type of film that gets so muddled in how to say something of merit that it forgets what it’s trying to say in the first place. After… Read more »

Does Dartmouth Have a Problem?

Does Dartmouth Have a Problem?

It feels like it happened months ago, but in fact it was just 13 days ago as of this writing that a group of Dartmouth students burst into the Dimensions show claiming… Read more »

[Print] Alumni Organization on Sexual Assault

[Print] Alumni Organization on Sexual Assault

Recently, The Dartmouth Review had the opportunity to speak with Susy Struble, the organizing member of DartmouthChange. A member of the Class of 1993 and a concerned alumna, she recently… Read more »

[Print] Tour Guide Misguidance

[Print] Tour Guide Misguidance

The adventure of touring college campuses as a high school student offers a welcome relief from an otherwise hectic, nerve-racking, and impersonal college admissions process. One can pore over a Princeton Review guidebook for… Read more »

[Print] Social Life Far Worse Elsewhere

[Print] Social Life Far Worse Elsewhere

Dartmouth’s fraternity system hasn’t gotten good publicity lately. Ever since “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy” was published in Rolling Stone last March, fraternities here have drawn nothing but ire… Read more »