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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Touched the Fire

Touched the Fire

Has the fire touched you? The Fire has touched us all in many ways: its sense of community has bonded us with our respective classes, its tradition has tied us… Read more »

Homecoming Reflection

Homecoming Reflection

The idea of Homecoming is nothing new for the majority of Dartmouth ’18s. Most had their own experiences with high school Homecomings for years before. Returning alumni, dances, and that… Read more »

Reflections on the Six Week Ban

Reflections on the Six Week Ban

With homecoming over, I have finally been given the opportunity to spend a few nights struggling to grasp both the finer points of Dartmouth pong and the paddles used to… Read more »

Palaeopitus Weighs In

Palaeopitus Weighs In

Early this week, the senior society Palaeopitus published an open letter to the Presidential Steering Committee encouraging it to “engage more meaningfully with the student body” and be “substantially more… Read more »

Lessons from the Fire

Lessons from the Fire

It started with a 1991 Mazda Navajo rolling over three times in a single car accident on the I89 near Sharon, Vermont. It was October 1997. That month Dennis Rodman… Read more »

The Chilliad: Book I

The Chilliad: Book I

Sing, Muse, of the rage of Branford Wentworth, ’20, the Little of Chad McCoy, ’18 the greatest fratstar of all the legendary Greeks, the social chair of Alpha Gamma fraternity,… Read more »

Interview with the Steering Committee Chair

Interview with the Steering Committee Chair

I emailed Barbara Will, chair of the Presidential Steering Committee, with some questions. Reluctant to divulge “anything concrete” to the media, she was instead willing to discuss the Committee’s “process”…. Read more »

Yik Yak Supports the Greek System

Yik Yak Supports the Greek System

The day the faculty vote to abolish the Greek system went public, one of the ways students reacted was via Yik Yak, a mobile application that allows anonymous posting. Users… Read more »

Am I Being Detained?

Am I Being Detained?

Editor’s Note: This week, The Dartmouth Review is featuring student and alumni voices recounting their experiences with the Safety and Security and judicial affairs offices in their own words. Many… Read more »

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles, Part I: KDE, Phi Delt, and Tri-Delt

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles, Part I: KDE, Phi Delt, and Tri-Delt

Jake G. Rascoff also contributed to this profile. Editor’s Note: In light of the overwhelming negative press coverage of the College’s Greek system in local and national publications, The Dartmouth… Read more »