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Monthly Archives: May 2014

An Interview With Dartmouth Change

An Interview With Dartmouth Change

Editor’s Note: Recently, The Dartmouth Review had the opportunity to speak with Susy Struble, the organizing member of Dartmouth Change. A member of the Class of 1993 and a concerned… Read more »

Green Key Save

Green Key Save

Knob Creek bourbon A 4,000 word essay Green Key weekend Lo and behold, it was our favorite freshman’s first Green Key weekend. His excitement had been building since Pigstick. He’d… Read more »

Alpha Delta’s Lawn Party

Alpha Delta’s Lawn Party

Each term, Dartmouth temporarily suspends academic rigor for a quarterly celebration of tradition. During Homecoming, Dartmouth enthusiastically receives alumni from around the world and welcomes a new class to its… Read more »

The Cost of Scandals

The Cost of Scandals

Dimensions season gives freshmen a great new look. Finally we shift up the totem pole as wide-eyed, slightly more pubescent students swarm the campus hopelessly lost and endlessly curious. Coinciding… Read more »

A Conversation with Programming Board

A Conversation with Programming Board

On Friday night comes yet another Dartmouth tradition – the Programming Board concert on the Gold Coast lawn. This year’s event features Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco and Massachusetts-based rap duo… Read more »

SAE’s Champagne and Phi Delt Block Party

SAE’s Champagne and Phi Delt Block Party

With campus abuzz about the upcoming Green Key weekend, Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s heavily attended Champagne event is a party worthy of mention. This termly formal happens theThursday before every big weekend… Read more »

Israeli Issues at Dartmouth

Israeli Issues at Dartmouth

Multiple Israeli-Palestinan activist groups are active on Dartmouth’s campus. Dartmouth students pay an extraordinary amount of attention to the Israel-Palestine conflict, far more than expected for a small rural New… Read more »

Dinesh D’Souza Pleads Guilty to Campaign Finance Violations

Dinesh D’Souza Pleads Guilty to Campaign Finance Violations

Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza ‘83 pleaded guilty on Tuesday to violating federal campaign finance laws. D’Souza admitted to using straw donors to funnel $20,000 to Republican Senate candidate Wendy Long… Read more »

Feeding the Right Wolf

Feeding the Right Wolf

George Will once observed that, “The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly either being corroborated or are pleasantly surprised.” Lately, it would seem that two… Read more »

Demystifying COS

Demystifying COS

So, you goofed up. “Goofing up,” of course, is a relative term. The preamble to the Dartmouth Community Standards of Conduct acknowledges this gap between morality and collegiate legality by… Read more »