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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Dean Ameer Clamps Down on AD Living Situation

Dean Ameer Clamps Down on AD Living Situation

In a campus wide blitz today on the 18th of June, Dean Inge-Lise Ameer affirmed that Dartmouth students either enrolled in classes or not “may not live in a Greek… Read more »

The Banzai-tini

The Banzai-tini

2.5 ounces of Cambridge Gin 1⁄2 ounce of Sperone dry vermouth 1⁄4 ounce of squid ink into a shell casing from a 105 mm Howitzer I remember fishing for the… Read more »

Keggy the Regulated Keg

Keggy the Regulated Keg

While most of the talk surrounding Moving Dartmouth Forward has centered on the hard alcohol ban, the recommendations spanned a variety of topics, including “Community Citizenship,” “Student Organization Standards and… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Jewel of India

The Review Reviews: Jewel of India

On a warm, quiet Friday evening, Oral Stanfield, Pip Epiffany, and Sheriff Rick Grimes took a solemn saunter down Lebanon Street towards the staple of South Asian cuisine in Hanover,… Read more »

Dean-Bailey in the State House

Dean-Bailey in the State House

Races for the New Hampshire State House of Representatives are usually small and unexciting affairs, often requiring little more than door-to-door campaigning and a few hundred dollars for yard signs… Read more »

On Civilization and Barbarism

On Civilization and Barbarism

One of the best aspects of the undergraduate experience at Dartmouth is our community’s commitment to be intellectually engaged, not only in the classroom but also in a wide array… Read more »

Whispers of the Past at the Cemetery

Whispers of the Past at the Cemetery

The Rev. John Maltby was born in 1727 in New Haven, Connecticut. After graduating from Yale College in 1747, Maltby became a renowned and well-traveled minister, spending a number of… Read more »

Thayer Shines Brightly With Students

Thayer Shines Brightly With Students

A long walk down Tuck Drive will bring you to Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering. Entering the MacLean Engineering Sciences Center — one of Thayer’s two buildings — we found… Read more »

Some Thoughts in the Dark

Some Thoughts in the Dark

At around 4:30 on the afternoon of May 27, a major storm swept across the Connecticut River and onto the Dartmouth campus. Its heavy winds and driving rains lasted for… Read more »

Inside the Mind of a House Professor

Inside the Mind of a House Professor

Editor’s note: Part of President Hanlon’s much promoted Moving Dartmouth Forward plan includes the reinstitution of House affiliations for all Dartmouth students. In early May, the College selected six professors… Read more »