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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Thayer School Joins Hands with White House Initiative

Thayer School Joins Hands with White House Initiative

Last week on March 23rd, Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering formally announced that it had joined a White House initiative to lead a “transformative movement in engineering education.” The initiative… Read more »

Alpha Delta Hit With New Hazing Allegations

Alpha Delta Hit With New Hazing Allegations

Dartmouth’s Alpha Delta Fraternity is under the Administration’s scrutiny after a hazing allegation recently came to light. Rumors of AD branding pledges this past fall reached the Administration when, reportedly,… Read more »

Looking Forward at the DOC

Looking Forward at the DOC

Editor’s Note: This week, we had the opportunity to interview Hunter van Adelsberg ‘16, the President of the Dartmouth Outing Club. The recent developments regarding Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF) have… Read more »

A Review of the Hood’s “Poseidon”

A Review of the Hood’s “Poseidon”

The image of a Greek god is one familiar to practically all Western-educated individuals; many are familiar with the intricate mythology of classical culture, its iconic pantheon of gods and… Read more »

Thrown Under the Syllabus

Thrown Under the Syllabus

Editor’s Note: A recent editorial in The Daily Dartmouth decried the fact that professors sometimes made students speak up in class and that medical exemptions for mental health must be… Read more »

Parks and Recreation: A Good Run

Parks and Recreation: A Good Run

Editor’s Note: This lighthearted reflection on Parks and Recreation was written by our dear friend peripherally associated contributor Ron Swanson, the outspoken libertarian former director of the Department of Parks… Read more »

The Review in Review

The Review in Review

Editor’s Note: Without a doubt, it has been a banner year for The Dartmouth Review. As Volume 34 draws to a close, we thought it timely to review and reflect… Read more »

Safe At Last in the Wide Wide World

Safe At Last in the Wide Wide World

Editor’s note: Last winter, The Dartmouth Review sat down with the head of the Center for Professional Development (CPD), Mr. Roger Woolsey, to discuss reforms and changes Mr. Woolsey had… Read more »

Budget Successes and Shortcomings

Budget Successes and Shortcomings

In a late-October speech, President Phil Hanlon ’77 outlined a five-point budget plan designed to enhance the discipline and accountability of spending at Dartmouth. Over three months before he addressed… Read more »

When Dartmouth Builds

When Dartmouth Builds

Perhaps the most sweeping change announced under the banner of President Hanlon’s Moving Dartmouth Forward policies was the introduction of a new residential college system, which would group students of… Read more »