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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Huffington Post Attacks Dartmouth, Again

Huffington Post Attacks Dartmouth, Again

In what is sure to be a surprise to no one, the Huffington Post came out swinging against Dartmouth, with a article titled “Dartmouth’s Drinking Culture Worships Beer Pong, But Can… Read more »

A Retrospective on Dean Johnson

A Retrospective on Dean Johnson

My time at Dartmouth has been a turbulent one. In the years since the class of 2015 arrived on campus, three different presidents have presided over twelve changes to the… Read more »

ROTC at Dartmouth

ROTC at Dartmouth

You see us around campus, sometimes in your class, and if you are a varsity athlete or morning-runner, you will see us wandering wearily in small groups in the direction… Read more »

Is the Password “Swordfish”?

Is the Password “Swordfish”?

Imagine, if you will, one day where the planet’s hackers have free rein.  What could possibly go wrong?  One could look at everything involving computers these days: water treatment centers,… Read more »

Phiesta Thing

Phiesta Thing

Probably Tequila Corona Dos Equis The Most Interesting Story in the World George came to me a few weeks ago. He was shaking slightly. Everyone in his immediate family for… Read more »

An Interview With Phil Klay

An Interview With Phil Klay

In the summer of 2004, Phil Klay attended Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia. Less than three years before, September 11th occurred the very year he had started school at… Read more »

New Hampshire Police Officer Killed In Action

New Hampshire Police Officer Killed In Action

On Tuesday the 13th, Dartmouth flew its flags at half mast, as per the orders of Gov. Hassan, in honor of Brentwood police officer Steve Arkell. Officer Arkell was responding… Read more »

Fairbrothers’ Dismissal Sparks Controversy

Fairbrothers’ Dismissal Sparks Controversy

Last week, the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN) sent out an email to its undergraduate blitz list as well as to Dartmouth Alumni announcing that DEN Director and Tuck Professor Gregg… Read more »

Freedom Rings In New Hampshire

Freedom Rings In New Hampshire

On April 12, in a “cattle call” billed as the start of the 2016 Republican primary season, potential presidential hopefuls and approximately seven hundred party loyalists descended upon Manchester, New… Read more »

Narendra Modi Elected Prime Minister of India

Narendra Modi Elected Prime Minister of India

After a grueling month long season of vote casting, the winner of human history’s largest exercise of democracy has been announced – Mr. Narendra Modi of the Bharatiya Janata Party… Read more »