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Yearly Archives: 2014

Kuster ’78 Advocates Political Involvment

Kuster ’78 Advocates Political Involvment

On Sunday, September 21, one of the multiple members of Congress who bear the distinction of having graduated from Dartmouth visited her alma mater. Ann McLane Kuster, of New Hampshire’s… Read more »

Dartmouth Endowment Hits $4.5 Billion

Dartmouth Endowment Hits $4.5 Billion

Dartmouth’s endowment reported investment gains of 19.2 percent for fiscal year 2014, which ended on June 30, 2014. The endowment now stands at $4.5 billion, up $735 million from a… Read more »

Cornell Columnist Targeted

Cornell Columnist Targeted

When freshmen at Cornell ventured out of their dorms on Thursday, they happened upon an unfortunate display: flyers attacking the daily newspaper’s conservative columnist as a “racist rape apologist” had… Read more »

What IS in a word?

What IS in a word?

Illegal: shoplifting, drugs, traffic laws, murder. Undocumented: lost, bureaucracy, secret, subversive. Both of these words are laden with connotations that cause intended and unintended emotions in many who participate in… Read more »

Beyond SAT Optional

Beyond SAT Optional

While in recent years the SAT-optional movement and a general backlash against standardized testing have gained momentum, one college has decided to go further than any other. Goucher College in… Read more »

Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here!

Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here!

As joyous hordes of freshmen storm our campus, roaming its halls in ‘shmobs hungry for a taste of the Dartmouth social scene, the class of 2017 returns to campus with… Read more »

Harvard Continues Trend of Large Collegiate Donations

Harvard Continues Trend of Large Collegiate Donations

On Monday, September 8th, Harvard University ecstatically announced that it had received the single largest gift in its three hundred and seventy-eight year history. Brothers Dr. Gerald Lok-chung Chan and… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Greek Life Makes Newsweek

Dartmouth’s Greek Life Makes Newsweek

In last week’s edition of Newsweek, editors Abigail Jones ’02 and Alexander Nazaryan ’02 published an article on the issue of binge drinking at top colleges across the country. Although it… Read more »

Confessions of An Ivy League Frat Boy Has Arrived

Confessions of An Ivy League Frat Boy Has Arrived

It is finally here. After two years of leaked manuscripts, Huffington Post interviews, and incessant self-promotion, Andrew Lohse’s long-awaited memoir has arrived. And it hasn’t taken long for it to… Read more »

Wall Street Journal Discusses Dartmouth Greek Life

Wall Street Journal Discusses Dartmouth Greek Life

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Douglas Belkin prominently featured Dartmouth and its Greek system within a discussion of nationwide attitudes towards affiliated life and campus sexual assault. Specifically,… Read more »