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Yearly Archives: 2015

Behind Enemy Lines in Vermont

Behind Enemy Lines in Vermont

Editor’s Note: The following is a semi-accurate account of a Ted Cruz for President campaign trip to Vermont. Details may have been embellished or exaggerated for comedic effect. Thursday, October… Read more »

Behind the Administrative Curtain

Behind the Administrative Curtain

Dartmouth’s status as a private institution allows the college a large amount of freedom in the decisions it makes and the rules it implements. This means that the college has… Read more »

On Refugees and Racism: Germany’s Immigration Crisis

On Refugees and Racism: Germany’s Immigration Crisis

Wir schaffen das! With these words, Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany since 2005, opened the floodgates both literally and figuratively to both millions of Syrian refugees… Read more »

UGA Training: Behind Closed Doors

UGA Training: Behind Closed Doors

Dartmouth’s residential system is one of the least transparent student-oriented facets of the College. Considering the ubiquity of opaque bureaucracy in Hanover, that is truly a feat. Despite The Dartmouth… Read more »

Protesters Deny Physical Harassment, Gain Vice Provost Ameer’s Endorsement

Protesters Deny Physical Harassment, Gain Vice Provost Ameer’s Endorsement

On Monday, November 16, Latino groups on campus organized an “emergency community meeting” in the Cutter Shabazz Mural Room, in response to the alleged assault of a Dartmouth student by… Read more »

The Guest Lecturer

The Guest Lecturer

1 clear plastic off-brand water bottle ½ liter bottom-shelf vodka I’m not a bad guy, but more importantly, I went to a good school. I mean it’s not like I… Read more »

Eyes Wide Open at the Protest

Eyes Wide Open at the Protest

“The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy.” Looking out over our shaken campus today, it’s uncanny to… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Lou’s

The Review Reviews: Lou’s

Taylor Swiftboat wakes up at 5 a.m., as he is apt to do. (Despite his young age, Swiftboat has decided to adopt a sleep schedule most popular among those over… Read more »

Hopes and Hesitations on Greek Life

Hopes and Hesitations on Greek Life

Editor’s note: The following is a collection of refelections offered by The Review’s crop of freshman about their preconceptions of the Greek system They’ve covered their memories as prospective students… Read more »

Darmouth’s New Alcohol Management Policy

Darmouth’s New Alcohol Management Policy

Despite the controversy, Moving Dartmouth Forward shows no signs of stopping. The hard alcohol ban is now being followed with a new, more stringent Alcohol Management Procedure (AMP) that seeks… Read more »