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Monthly Archives: May 2014

“Cosmo” Takes On Dartmouth, Bored@Baker

“Cosmo” Takes On Dartmouth, Bored@Baker

Katie Van Syckle ‘05, a self-described hard-hitting investigative field reporter, further exposed Dartmouth scandals of terms past to a national audience in a manner reminiscent of Andrew Lohse. Writing for the… Read more »

A Question of Days

A Question of Days

A recent opinion piece in The Daily Dartmouth, written by SJP co-Presidents Feras Abdulla and Reem Chamseddine, outlines the background and current status of the Nakba, a day of significance… Read more »

A Brief History of Natives at Dartmouth

A Brief History of Natives at Dartmouth

Editor’s Note: This piece is intended as an historical exploration of the facts pertaining to the early history of Native American students at Dartmouth. Many conflicting views are explored, and… Read more »

The First Reform

The First Reform

Recently, there has been a quite a lot of talk about – well – talk on the Dartmouth campus. In the days since the Freedom Budget protests, “discourse” has emerged… Read more »

Rethinking Sexual Assault Policy

Rethinking Sexual Assault Policy

Recently, Dartmouth has been plagued by a string of attack ads run by UltraViolet that have claimed the College has a “rape problem.” Timed to coincide with the period in… Read more »

Foco’s Fiesta Corn

Foco’s Fiesta Corn

It would seem that some among us never learn. Scarcely a week after Phi Delt and A Phi’s third annual Phiesta event was cancelled, the good folks over at Dartmouth… Read more »

Recruiting the Best Faculty

Recruiting the Best Faculty

Dartmouth’s commitment to attracting and retaining its exceptional faculty is fundamental to the institution’s success. While most research universities are primarily focused on hiring the best scholars and most liberal… Read more »

Dean Johnson to Depart Dartmouth

Dean Johnson to Depart Dartmouth

At a little after 10:00 this morning, President Hanlon informed the Dartmouth community that Dean Charlotte Johnson will be departing for the position of Vice President of Student Affairs and… Read more »

Dartmouth Celebrates 50th Birthday of BASIC

Dartmouth Celebrates 50th Birthday of BASIC

Fifty years ago, on May 1, 1964 at around 4:00AM, Dartmouth faculty John G. Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz, along with a number of Dartmouth undergraduate research assistants, successfully completed the… Read more »

An Interview With Alex Mooney

An Interview With Alex Mooney

TDR: As a Hispanic American, what drew you to the Republican Party and the ideals of conservatism more broadly? AM: Well, I’m the son of an immigrant, and on my… Read more »