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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Breaking Murphy’s Law

Breaking Murphy’s Law

It was a bright, cold night in February, and the clocks were striking nineteen. Despite treacherous conditions as snowy Hanover thaws and refreezes into a literal slippery slope, the Review… Read more »

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Charles Wheelan ’88 is a professor of Economics at the College. Wheelan is respected by his students for his work on economic systems and incentives, but he is also well… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth is first and foremost a highly regarded academic institution. With Ivy league prestige and widespread alumni making a difference around the world, people sometimes forget that dartmouth has a… Read more »

The Diversity Debacle

The Diversity Debacle

Students of Dartmouth College are more than familiar with the school’s seemingly endless initiatives on diversity. From the ambiguity of OPAL to President Hanlon’s recent (and controversial) initiative on “Inclusive… Read more »

For the Students, By the Students

For the Students, By the Students

If you’re looking for a sign that student life has hit a rough patch, the opinion pages of The Dartmouth are pretty good bellwether. Over the past few weeks, The… Read more »

The Pour Man’s Canada Goose

The Pour Man’s Canada Goose

4 parts coffee from the HOP 1 part creamer 4 pumps of sugar 1 long pour of Jim Beam Bourbon There used to be this Tabard known as “Dirty Dan”… Read more »

A Taste of Three Thais

A Taste of Three Thais

Editor’s Note: Due to the recent, sudden appearance of a third Thai restaurant in Hanover, we at the Review have decided to facilitate the process known as capitalism and provide… Read more »

Great Professor Series: Susannah Heschel

Great Professor Series: Susannah Heschel

The Dartmouth Review has, on occasion, been accused of unnecessary negativity. In the spirit of promoting a better Dartmouth for future generations, we have decided to showcase those members of… Read more »

First Blood in the Primaries

First Blood in the Primaries

Republicans It seems like a lifetime ago: this time last year, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was leading the polls in Iowa. He was fresh off of a strong performance at… Read more »

Carny Repellant

Carny Repellant

2 lips of long cut, Greenville chewing tobacco 1 bottle of Old Medley Bourbon 4 servings of cotton candy 6 gumballs (accidentally swallowed) Granite in your veins Winter Carnival makes… Read more »