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Yearly Archives: 2015

The Undying Allure of Clichés

The Undying Allure of Clichés

Telling the story of Dartmouth College is a tough task. The place is just small enough that most students feel like we can get a grasp of it before we… Read more »

Michael Taylor Hired by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Michael Taylor Hired by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Beginning August 10, Michael R. Taylor, the former director of the Hood Museum of Art, will assume the position of Chief Curator and Deputy Director of Art at the Virginia… Read more »

Good-Bye to All That

Good-Bye to All That

In his debut book Privilege, a chronicle of the peculiar culture of Harvard and other elite schools, New York Times columnist Ross Douthat highlights a remarkable distinction between two types… Read more »

Away, Away in Mexico

Away, Away in Mexico

Tequila The thrill of the chase Back in the early 80’s, I took a trip down to Mexico with my longtime friend, Sneed Mickleson. Sneed was looking for a Pima… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Molly’s Balloon

The Review Reviews: Molly’s Balloon

Introduction: At 6:00 PM on the Thursday of Green Key, Nick received a text from Jack, a young Review staffer with a hankering for some food. Being that it was… Read more »

Tri-Delt Goes Local – We Should Help

Tri-Delt Goes Local – We Should Help

On January 19, 2015, The New York Times published an article titled “Sorority Anti-Rape Idea: Drinking on Own Turf.” The article expounded on the structure of college sororities and the… Read more »

Hands-On at College’s Art Workshops

Hands-On at College’s Art Workshops

In the spirit of Moving Dartmouth Forward, The Dartmouth Review would like to inform students of several sober extracurricular activities available on our newly dry campus. Please note that the… Read more »

A Look Inside the Nugget Theater

A Look Inside the Nugget Theater

For years, The Nugget Theatre has been a staple of entertainment in rural Hanover, New Hampshire and the Upper Valley. The theatre was originally petitioned for by F.W. and F.F…. Read more »

“Leaks, Spies, & Lies” with Robert Booth

“Leaks, Spies, & Lies” with Robert Booth

On Tuesday, April 28, the Dickey Center hosted a lecture by Robert Booth, the former Deputy Director of the State Department’s Office of Counterintelligence. Mr. Booth began his career in… Read more »

Making the Case to Incoming Students

Making the Case to Incoming Students

It seems like just yesterday. I remember it feeling too simple for a decision of such magnitude. Just a few clicks and the light-hearted smiley face popped onto my laptop… Read more »