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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Midterm Mélange

Midterm Mélange

Two shots of absinthe A half-cooked, mostly-still-liquid FoCo cookie A shot of KAF espresso Procrastination It’s four in the morning. You’ve just woken up. After quickly calculating the time it… Read more »

Faculty Diversity at Dartmouth

Faculty Diversity at Dartmouth

At a termly meeting of faculty on October 20, the Administration proposed to hire more minority and foreign-born professors. Its five-year plan states that the percent of such faculty will be… Read more »

A Conversation with Madison Hughes

A Conversation with Madison Hughes

For Madison Hughes ’15, captain of the Dartmouth Rugby team, leadership is nothing new. Along with being the first junior captain in Dartmouth Rugby’s history, Hughes has been named captain… Read more »

Inter-Community Groups Host Cultural Appropriation Panel

Inter-Community Groups Host Cultural Appropriation Panel

On Monday, October 27, La Alianza Latina, Native Americans at Dartmouth, the Pan Asian Council, the Afro-American Society, Dartmouth Spectra, and the Inter-Community Council hosted a panel discussion on cultural… Read more »

Study by Dartmouth Professor Draws State Investigation

Study by Dartmouth Professor Draws State Investigation

A recent study conducted in Montana by Assistant Professor of Government Kyle Dropp at Dartmouth, Professor of Political Science Jonathan Rodden at Stanford, and Assistant Professor of Political Science Adam… Read more »

College Rankings

College Rankings

In 2007, the U.S. News website received ten million views within the three days of its release of its college rankings. From this platform, U.S. News and its counterparts help… Read more »

Panel on “Free Market Solutions to Climate Change”

Panel on “Free Market Solutions to Climate Change”

On Wednesday October 29th, The Dartmouth Review will be co-hosting a panel discussing “Free Market Solutions to Climate Change,” along with the Sierra Club and the Dartmouth Department of Environmental… Read more »

Dartmouth Cruises Past Columbia

Dartmouth Cruises Past Columbia

Dartmouth tarnished Columbia’s homecoming on Saturday, rolling past the Lions 27-7 at Robert K. Kraft field. The Big Green were led by senior quarterback Alex Park, who got the start… Read more »

Cleaning House

Cleaning House

The upstairs of a fraternity house the morning after tells the tales of bad decisions, one too many drinks, and, hopefully, stories we’d be ashamed to tell our kids. Guests… Read more »

Changes at Tucker

Changes at Tucker

The William Jewett Tucker Foundation, established in 1951, was dedicated to President Tucker’s goal that Dartmouth students wishing to change the world would become ethical and moral leaders. Over the… Read more »