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Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Apology of TDR

The Apology of TDR

Over the past two weeks, The Dartmouth has published two op-ed pieces that critiqued the quality of news on our campus. Columnists Matthew Goldstein and Michael Beechert challenged their own… Read more »

College Officially De-Recognizes SAE

College Officially De-Recognizes SAE

On the afternoon of Thursday, February 4, Dartmouth’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity (SAE) was officially derecognized by the College. This marks the second fraternity derecognition at the college… Read more »

Oxford Elects to Keep Statue of Cecil Rhodes

Oxford Elects to Keep Statue of Cecil Rhodes

A recent movement amongst students at Oxford University in the UK calling for the removal of a statue depicting legendary British entrepreneur and colonial leader Cecil Rhodes has fallen partially… Read more »

Thirty Years of Krauthammer

Thirty Years of Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer-prize winner and nationally syndicated columnist, released in 2014 his book entitled Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics, a hand-picked collection of articles amassed… Read more »

Amherst College Drops Mascot “Lord Jeff”

Amherst College Drops Mascot “Lord Jeff”

Amherst College seems to be latest victim of higher education’s stifling climate of political correctness after it announced that it’s dropping its mascot, Lord Jeffrey Amherst, from official use. “Lord… Read more »

Meet the New Spy, Same as the Old Spy

Meet the New Spy, Same as the Old Spy

Some say espionage is the world’s second oldest profession (I’ll let you guess the first).  Nonetheless, a loudening chorus in Western intelligence circles have questioned the need for old-fashioned spycraft… Read more »

A Second Look at our Second President

A Second Look at our Second President

John Adams is, in short, excellent. David McCullough’s tome is both a well-crafted narrative and a rich, historical account. In many ways, John Adams is a biography of the man… Read more »