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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Reviewing “Excellent Sheep”

Reviewing “Excellent Sheep”

This summer, I wrote a short response to William Deresiewicz’s July 21 New Republic article “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League.” On the whole, like those of many… Read more »

Harvard Students: US Greater Threat to World Peace than ISIS

Harvard Students: US Greater Threat to World Peace than ISIS

The United States is a greater threat to world peace than ISIS is, according to Harvard students interviewed by Campus Reform. These students find that the radical Islamist terrorists known… Read more »

The Disorienting Guide: Disturbed Freshmen Have Occidents

The Disorienting Guide: Disturbed Freshmen Have Occidents

Autumn in the Upper Valley is a season unequalled for its serenity and vivid coloration. The temperatures shift gently down from summer’s harsh sear into a sweet zone before the… Read more »

Consent Policy in California

Consent Policy in California

On September 28, California’s Governor Jerry Brown gave his assent to a bill that proposed to require (on threat of withheld funding) all of the Golden State’s universities to craft… Read more »

“i” Review

“i” Review

Recently, acclaimed rapper Kendrick Lamar released “i,” the first single off his new album. And for such a sunny song, “i” has generated quite a polarizing response. The song is… Read more »

Dartmouth Dominates Penn in Football

Dartmouth Dominates Penn in Football

The Dartmouth Big Green won big in their Ivy League opener at home on Saturday, handily defeating conference rival Penn 31-13, and restoring momentum to a program with big expectations… Read more »

Revisiting LLCs

Revisiting LLCs

Although the current fall and most recent summer terms have been marked by remarkable calm in terms of campus goings-on, one gets the unshakeable sense that we’re merely in a… Read more »

The Freshman Ban Survival Guide

The Freshman Ban Survival Guide

As new students of the College, you no doubt have heard of our geographical isolation. Placed within the chicken-egg dichotomy, Hanover existed squarely before the College did. Hanover is more… Read more »

An Interview with the IFC President

An Interview with the IFC President

The Dartmouth Review recently sat down with Wilson Chockley, president of the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC), to discuss the recent changes enacted within the Greek system. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): We’ve… Read more »

Senior Satisfaction Slackens

Senior Satisfaction Slackens

On the glossy pages of admissions pamphlets, the College often touts the high levels of satisfaction with which most students view their four years here. Recent data, however, have begun… Read more »