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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Charlie Dennis Named Hanover Police Chief

Charlie Dennis Named Hanover Police Chief

Charlie Dennis has been named the new chief of the Hanover Police Department. Dennis replaces Nicholas Giaconne, who was with the Hanover Police for over 40 years, 19 of which… Read more »

Princeton Tory on Privilege

Princeton Tory on Privilege

A peer at the Princeton Tory has written a cogent article about our college’s favorite buzzword: “privilege”. Tal Fortgang ’17 elucidates how the idea of checking one’s privilege has a chilling… Read more »

Housing Changes at the College

Housing Changes at the College

On March 21st, the Chair of Dartmouth’s Board of Trustees, Steve Mandel, announced the College’s intention to make sweeping reforms to the undergraduate housing system. The proposal, once enacted, would… Read more »

Help! Medic!

Help! Medic!

On the afternoon of April 12, a disaster that authorities have termed a “vehicle ejection incident” occurred in front of Mass Row, leaving about twenty casualties.  Some shrieked piteously, “Help… Read more »

Editor-In-Chief of The Review Interviewed on Fox News about “Phiesta”

Editor-In-Chief of The Review Interviewed on Fox News about “Phiesta”

On April 29th, Nicholas Desatnick of The Dartmouth Review was interviewed by Elizabeth Hasselbeck on the morning program Fox and Friends. Questions pertained to the recent cancellation of APhi and Phi Delt’s “Phiesta”… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Ersatz Elections

Dartmouth’s Ersatz Elections

Last month, the last of almost nine thousand ballots were submitted in an election in which a slate of candidates was elected handily, each receiving well over eighty percent of… Read more »

“Phiesta” Goes Viral

“Phiesta” Goes Viral

Google “Dartmouth Phiesta” and you’ll find dozens and dozens of articles. From blogs to professional news outlets, the voices are vast in number and united in their goal: to comment… Read more »

A Progressive Phiasco

A Progressive Phiasco

The Australian political theorist, Kenneth Minogue, once observed about an adversary that his tendency to correct fictitious missteps made him “a pyromaniac in a field of straw men.” It would… Read more »

Bias Incidents Reported

Bias Incidents Reported

In response to the cancellation of the Alpha Phi and Phi Delta Alpha heart disease fundraiser “Phiesta,” The Dartmouth Review has received numerous reports of individuals filing Bias Incident Reports… Read more »

Johnnie Walker White

Johnnie Walker White

Two chauffeured limousines A closet full of grandfather’s tweed One Bottle of Johnnie Walker White And a trust fund larger than Somalia’s GDP A group of six tall, white, athletic,… Read more »