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Yearly Archives: 2014

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 »

Homecoming Football Postmortem

Homecoming Football Postmortem

As the embers of the bonfire burned out and the rain cleared, it was time for Big Green football. The October 18 Homecoming game marked the seventy-eighth meeting between longtime… Read more »

Faculty Vote in Support of Fraternity Abolition

Faculty Vote in Support of Fraternity Abolition

A Monday night vote by a portion of Dartmouth faculty resulted in a 116-13-3 decision to support elimination of the College’s longstanding, oft-hailed, and oft-criticized Greek system. This comes less… Read more »

The Single-Sex Greek System

The Single-Sex Greek System

Over Homecoming, the Class Connections program hosted social events between current students and alumni. At one such event, an alumnus read a list of defunct traditions as part of an… Read more »

The Machinations of The D

The Machinations of The D

The campus conversation surrounding the ongoing Moving Dartmouth Forward steering committee reached a new level of fury over Homecoming weekend, when The Dartmouth published a front-page editorial that resolutely endorsed… Read more »

Get Rid of “Exclusivity”

Get Rid of “Exclusivity”

On October 17th, Leif Harder published a guest column in The Dartmouth defending the alleged exclusivity of the Greek system. This is no new topic: complaints about the Greek system… Read more »

Midterm Mélange

Midterm Mélange

Two shots of absinthe A half-cooked, mostly-still-liquid FoCo cookie A shot of KAF espresso Procrastination It’s four in the morning. You’ve just woken up. After quickly calculating the time it… Read more »

Faculty Diversity at Dartmouth

Faculty Diversity at Dartmouth

At a termly meeting of faculty on October 20, the Administration proposed to hire more minority and foreign-born professors. Its five-year plan states that the percent of such faculty will be… Read more »