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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Dartmouth Applications Down 14%

Dartmouth Applications Down 14%

The media has had a field day reporting on old Dartmouth’s latest embarrassment: regular decision applications are down a whopping 14%. On the other hand, many of Dartmouth’s peers are… Read more »

The Death of Philip Seymour Hoffman

The Death of Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman was found February 2nd dead of a drug overdose on his bathroom floor. The heroin needle was still in his arm. More drugs and used needles were… Read more »

Hanover Police Tactics Harm Dartmouth Students

Hanover Police Tactics Harm Dartmouth Students

A report from Rehabs.com confirms what we have known for some time: Dartmouth leads the Ivy League in alcohol-related arrests. And it’s by a mile. Between 2009 and 2011, Dartmouth… Read more »

Dartmouth Grieves Loss of Torin Tucker ‘15

Dartmouth Grieves Loss of Torin Tucker ‘15

Torin Tucker ’15 passed away this past Saturday, February 1st, due to heart complications. He was an active member of the Dartmouth community as a member of the cross country… Read more »

What’s With All the Pies?

What’s With All the Pies?

There has already been lots of coverage of the debate between Bill Ayers and Dinesh D’Souza, but perhaps the most central conflict of the debate has largely been ignored. That… Read more »

Ayers and D’Souza Face Off

Ayers and D’Souza Face Off

In an event billed “the Ultimate Fight Between Left and Right,” Bill Ayers, former domestic terrorist and leader of Weather Underground turned education theorist, and Dinesh D’Souza, bestselling author and… Read more »