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Monthly Archives: January 2015

When Dartmouth Hires Faculty

When Dartmouth Hires Faculty

Recently, Dr. Jason Moore, director of Dartmouth’s Institution for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences, was hired by fellow Ivy University of Pennsylvania to head its new Institute for Biomedical Informatics.  Before accepting… Read more »

Moving Dartmouth Forward: Correcting Disinformation

Moving Dartmouth Forward: Correcting Disinformation

The College’s public relations operation is going for broke attempting to sell Moving Dartmouth Forward to the Dartmouth community and the public at large. A recent Dartmouth Now press release titled “Capacity… Read more »

Sorens on Liberty

Sorens on Liberty

Editors Note: Jason Sorens is a Lecturer in the Department of Government, the Program Director of the Political Economy Project (PEP), and the President and Founder of Ethics and Economics… Read more »

Liveblogging Moving Dartmouth Forward

Liveblogging Moving Dartmouth Forward

President Phil Hanlon is announcing the long-awaited “Moving Dartmouth Forward” recommendations that the Steering Committee reported today in the Hopkins Center’s Moore Auditorium.  The Dartmouth Review is bringing live updates on Hanlon’s… Read more »

The Corporate Screwdriver

The Corporate Screwdriver

1 cup complimentary orange juice 1 flask vodka 1 actual Phillips head screwdriver 1 medium sized wooden mallet Your first info session was for a consulting firm, where you heard… Read more »

Boom Country: Evan Osnos’s China

Boom Country: Evan Osnos’s China

American sinophiles have a tough time of it. Even painting in the broadest strokes possible, the complexity and breadth of China’s political and cultural history can be migraine-inducing. There were… Read more »

The Opposite of Loneliness

The Opposite of Loneliness

The cover of The Opposite of Loneliness shows a young woman standing on the sidewalk, tightly framed against a blurred-out background, from mid-thigh to the top of her head. She… Read more »

Berkeley Students Criticize Classical Theory Course

Berkeley Students Criticize Classical Theory Course

Berkeley students are angry that a classical theory course only covers white, male philosophers. In an editorial that makes The Daily Dartmouth look like The Wall Street Journal, Berkeley students Rodrigo… Read more »

Edward Gerson ’35 Profiled in WSJ for Alumni Column

Edward Gerson ’35 Profiled in WSJ for Alumni Column

There is a great profile in the Wall Street Journal today about one-hundred-year-old Son of Dartmouth Edward Gerson ’35, who writes class notes in the Alumni Magazine for his year…. Read more »

The Bell Tolls

The Bell Tolls

Terminal illness, advanced aging, and the inevitability of death- sure to put a damper on any casual conversation, it comes as little surprise that disheartening topics such as these are… Read more »