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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Flash Boys, Michael Lewis, and Fiber Optics – Why STEM Matters to Everyone

Flash Boys, Michael Lewis, and Fiber Optics – Why STEM Matters to Everyone

In Michael Lewis’s latest book, Flash Boys, Lewis describes the inside story behind perhaps the latest great breakthrough in the Wall Street high finance. In particular, one anecdote stands out,… Read more »

Race and Scholarship

Race and Scholarship

The first minute of the above video demonstrates exactly why demands for increased diversity within the academic faculty at Dartmouth diverge from the goals of this institution. I’m sure many… Read more »

Defending Productive Discourse

Defending Productive Discourse

On the afternoon of April 1st, 35 protestors affiliated with the Freedom Budget filed into President Hanlon’s office on the second floor of Parkhurst Hall. It was shortly before 4:00… Read more »

UltraViolet Posts Attack Ad

UltraViolet Posts Attack Ad

This Saturday, Facebook began to run an attack advertisement from UltraViolet targeting Dartmouth’s purported rape culture. The advertisement read, “Accepted to Dartmouth? You should know about its rape problem before… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal on the Freedom Budget

The Wall Street Journal on the Freedom Budget

An article in the Wall Street Journal‘s weekend edition came out swinging against the Freedom Budget and the protesters supporting it. While there are certainly a myriad of legitimate problems surrounding our campus,… Read more »

Professor Wheelan Lectures on Centrism

Professor Wheelan Lectures on Centrism

On Thursday, April 3, Senior Lecturer in Economics Charles Wheelan ’88, the author of The Centrist Manifesto and the founder of The Centrist Project, gave a public lecture on the… Read more »

An End to the Sit-In

An End to the Sit-In

Just after 4:00 PM on Thursday afternoon, the Freedom Budget’s occupation of President Hanlon’s office came to an end. Following a meeting with Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson, 19… Read more »

An Interview with Professor Irwin

An Interview with Professor Irwin

The Dartmouth Review recently sat down with Profes­sor Douglas Irwin to discuss the Political Economy Project (PeP), which was launched this term at Dartmouth. The PeP, of which Prof. Irwin… Read more »

An Interview with Alex Epstein

An Interview with Alex Epstein

With all of the attention being paid to the divestment movement and sustainability initiatives as of late, it is little wonder why Alex Epstein has been so busy. As a… Read more »

Day 2 of the Parkhurst Occupation

Day 2 of the Parkhurst Occupation

At 3 P.M., protesters supporting the Freedom Budget gathered in front of Parkhurst Hall as the occupation of President Hanlon’s office enters its second day. The protestors, claiming to be… Read more »