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Yearly Archives: 2013

DartProblem

DartProblem

Wondering if Dartmouth actually has problem? Concerned about when it has a problem? Tired of going through the hassle of constantly checking your own privilege? If you answered yes to… Read more »

Crips and Bloods at Dartmouth

Crips and Bloods at Dartmouth

At Alpha Delta, when it rains it pours. Just weeks after one of their own inadvertently urinated on a passerby from a second floor balcony, the fraternity that inspired National… Read more »

College Withdraws Tengatenga Appointment

College Withdraws Tengatenga Appointment

In one of Phil Hanlon’s first significant moves as President of the College, he has withdrawn the appointment of Bishop Dr. James Tengatenga as the dean of the Tucker Foundation…. Read more »

The Other Mural

The Other Mural

Courtesy of the Hood Museum of Art. During the first week of my freshman year at Dartmouth, while attempting rather unsuccessfully to navigate Baker-Berry Library, I found myself face-to-face with… Read more »

Northern Pass to Impact the Grant

Northern Pass to Impact the Grant

Although it has received little attention in Hanover (or at least Dartmouth), a proposed transmission line to carry hydropower from Quebec to Connecticut is one of the most controversial issues… Read more »

Reviewing Masculinity

Reviewing Masculinity

Dr. Michael Kimmel, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Stony Brook University in New York, gave a talk in Filene Auditorium Monday July 8th entitled “Boys Will Be Boys: Deconstructing Masculinity… Read more »

Defending Geithner

Defending Geithner

Photo courtesy of DealBreaker.com The Dartmouth, our college’s trusty high school newspaper, published yet another questionable opinion piece in their July 23rd issue. Their most recent endeavor centered on one… Read more »

Let Them Eat KAF

Let Them Eat KAF

Photo: Courtesy of The Dartmouth With the bittersweet passing of the Class of 2013 this spring, remaining students have quickly had to come to terms with the fact that their… Read more »

General James Mattis Comes to Dartmouth

General James Mattis Comes to Dartmouth

According to an article posted on Foreign Policy‘s website, retired Marine general, James Mattis, will be coming to Dartmouth as a Distinguished Visitor at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International… Read more »

Dartmouth Under Investigation for Clery Act Violations

Dartmouth Under Investigation for Clery Act Violations

The US Education Department has opened an investigation into Dartmouth College, the University of Southern California, and Swarthmore College for violating Title IX, which prohibits gender discrimination at schools, reports Bloomberg…. Read more »