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Monthly Archives: October 2014

The College on the Hill

The College on the Hill

Dartmouth College is unique among its peers in the Ivy League, not simply because of the myriad cultural differences, but due to one, simple word: “College.” Unlike the other Ivy… Read more »

The Dangers of a Hard Alcohol Ban

The Dangers of a Hard Alcohol Ban

Dartmouth students are familiar with the stated goals of the Presidential Steering Committee: to curb high-risk drinking, sexual assault, and exclusivity on Dartmouth’s campus. However, due to the opacity of… Read more »

The Opacity of Growth

The Opacity of Growth

In his 1914 essay, “What Publicity Can Do,” future Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis noted that “Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants” and the “most efficient of… Read more »

An Interview with Casey Dennis

An Interview with Casey Dennis

The Dartmouth Review recently sat down with Casey Dennis, president of the Student Assembly (SA), on recent developments and plans for changes in student governance. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): You… Read more »

The Paid Athlete Debate

The Paid Athlete Debate

2014 was a great year to be a Connecticut basketball fan. After seeing the UConn basketball men’s team get banned from the 2013 NCAA tournament and longtime coach Jim Calhoun… Read more »

Help! I Touched the Fire!

Help! I Touched the Fire!

No, I did not actually touch the fire. The thought certainly crossed my mind a number of times, but ultimately, I couldn’t bring myself to face a fine of several… Read more »

Dartmouth Rolls Over Holy Cross on Homecoming

Dartmouth Rolls Over Holy Cross on Homecoming

Dartmouth beat Holy Cross in a nail-biter on Homecoming at Memorial Field, amidst chilly and overcast conditions following a long period of rain. The field was slippery to begin, but Dartmouth quickly established the run game… Read more »

Preserve the Greek System

Preserve the Greek System

When describing the agenda of his domestic political opponents, Winston Churchill once famously admonished voters to “not let spacious plans for a new world divert your energies from saving what… Read more »

Must Watch: Incredible Drone Footage of Homecoming Bonfire

Must Watch: Incredible Drone Footage of Homecoming Bonfire

This video of the Homecoming Bonfire from hundreds of feet in the air provides an amazing perspective of one of Dartmouth’s greatest traditions. Pablo Marvel ’15 piloted the drone and… Read more »

Setting the Record Straight: Safety and Security Walks Back Curfew

Setting the Record Straight: Safety and Security Walks Back Curfew

The Daily Dartmouth reports that Safety and Security will not implement the proposed curfew policy that would shut down parties at 1 AM on weeknights and 2 AM on weekends…. Read more »