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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Correcting Misinformation

Correcting Misinformation

In one of the more memorable anecdotes from last term’s “What’s So Great About America” debate, an audience member questioned Dinesh D’Souza about The Dartmouth Review’s record on gay rights… Read more »

Finished Website

Finished Website

Finished the new Dartmouth Review website

Not Guilty Verdicts End Gilbert ’16 Trial

Not Guilty Verdicts End Gilbert ’16 Trial

Parker C. Gilbert ’16, a former undergraduate student and member of the men’s Rugby team, was found not guilty of five felony charges of aggravated sexual assault and one misdemeanor… Read more »

Examining Racial Quotas

Examining Racial Quotas

In 1973, Allan Bakke applied for medical school at University of California Davis. He didn’t get in. He applied the again following year, only to be rejected once again. In… Read more »

Some Thoughts on the Feasibility of the Freedom Budget

Some Thoughts on the Feasibility of the Freedom Budget

As of late, many have argued that focusing on the practicality of the Freedom Budget’s proposals is an easy way to avoid the moral issues at the core of their… Read more »

President Hanlon and the Administration Respond to the Freedom Budget

President Hanlon and the Administration Respond to the Freedom Budget

In a statement to the Dartmouth community, President Hanlon and senior members of the Dartmouth administration have addressed the recently released Freedom Budget. The article acknowledges the presence of the campus… Read more »

The Sometimes Immaculate Sometimes Drunken History of Texas

The Sometimes Immaculate Sometimes Drunken History of Texas

One-hundred seventy-eight years ago, Anglo-American delegates from all over Texas met in the crudely hewn cottages of Washington-on-the-Brazos to wax prolifically about abuse they collectively suffered vis a vis the… Read more »

Freedom and Oppression

Freedom and Oppression

Recently, my UGA used the forum of a floor meeting (and floor mass email) as a bully pulpit to vigorously espouse her support of the Freedom Budget. She expressed her… Read more »

What’s the Russian Word for Anschluss?

What’s the Russian Word for Anschluss?

Russia’s President (dictator) Vladimir Putin has seized on the recent political turmoil within the ex-Soviet satellite of Ukraine to tighten his grip on the eastern area of the country, specifically… Read more »