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Monthly Archives: November 2014

An Extended Conversation with Jim Rubens

An Extended Conversation with Jim Rubens

Editor’s note: The Dartmouth Review had the pleasure of sitting down with former state senator and U.S. Senate candidate Jim Rubens. A liberty Republican, Rubens is a passionate and articulate… Read more »

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles, Part II: SAE, Kappa, and Tabard

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles, Part II: SAE, Kappa, and Tabard

Editor’s Note: In light of the overwhelming negative press coverage of the College’s Greek system in local and national publications, The Dartmouth Review seeks to introduce some positivity into the… Read more »

Status and Solidarity

Status and Solidarity

The Dartmouth College Greek system, akin to similar establishments at colleges and universities across America, disseminates many positive effects on campus, such as provision of a natural and proven avenue… Read more »

Hockey Preview

Hockey Preview

MEN Three games into their regular season and ranked sixth in the Eastern Coast Athletic Conference (ECAC), the men’s hockey team currently holds a balanced 1-1-1 record. Under the leadership… Read more »

The PhD (Piled Higher and Deeper)

The PhD (Piled Higher and Deeper)

¾ oz Vodka ¾ oz Gin ½ oz Triple Sec ½ oz Lime Juice 1 Doctorate Degree Tenure It is Saturday night, near midnight. A group of Dartmouth professors gathers… Read more »

Cultural Appropriation Panel Reactions

Cultural Appropriation Panel Reactions

Editor’s note: Certain inter-community groups held a panel on October 27 to discuss the specter of “cultural appropriation,” with a theme of “Is My Halloween Costume Okay?” Four of our… Read more »

Indian Classical Music Comes to Hanover

Indian Classical Music Comes to Hanover

Editor’s Note: Indian classical music is one of the world’s oldest and most systematically developed genres of music. However, many Westerners are, unfortunately, unfamiliar with it aside from certain pop… Read more »

A NH Election Postmortem

A NH Election Postmortem

In the aftermath of the midterm elections, the Live Free or Die state was left a pale shade of blue, in sharp contrast to the rest of the nation, now… Read more »

Recap of the Climate Panel

Recap of the Climate Panel

The majority of America seems to have agreed that humans have had a noticeable and negative impact on our environment; yet, we have still not taken unified steps towards dealing… Read more »

Freshmen Ban Recap

Freshmen Ban Recap

The bathroom reeked of vomit at 2AM Sunday morning. In front of the sink’s cabinets, curled up with a bucket, John lay inanimate, moving infrequently and only to cough and… Read more »