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Monthly Archives: April 2016

An Interview with Regan Roberts ‘16

An Interview with Regan Roberts ‘16

Regan Roberts is a senior at the College and a member of the Kappa Delta Epsilon sorority (K∆E). She recently published and opinion piece in The Dartmouth condemning K∆E’s decision… Read more »

Examining the Derby Debacle

Examining the Derby Debacle

When campus liberalism ceases to advocate freedom, intellectual expression, openness, and civility it can no longer claim the “progressive” label. Across the United States and the Western world colleges and… Read more »

Dissecting the Tuition Hike

Dissecting the Tuition Hike

Last month the Board of Trustees approved a tuition hike of 3.8 percent in total, fixing the tuition in total at 66,174. This comes at a time when there is… Read more »

Respect and Political Correctness

Respect and Political Correctness

In the aftermath of the Do Better Dartmouth campaign, I wrote that it was not a college’s job to protect its students. This past week, a panel of learned men… Read more »

Excess Administrators

Excess Administrators

Dartmouth’s seven to one student to faculty ratio is impressively low, but that ratio pales in comparison to Dartmouth’s unreported student to staff ratio, which hovers around three to ten…. Read more »

How I Spent my 4/20

How I Spent my 4/20

1 Bowl of Autumn Blend Tobacco 1 Briar Pipe 2 Lips of Copenhagen Long Cut 1 Bottle of Douro Valley Port No one really knows how 4/20 started, legend has… Read more »

Harvey Silverglate on FIRE

Harvey Silverglate on FIRE

Editor’s note: Harvey Silverglate is an attorney and one of the co-founders of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).  The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Do you think faculty should… Read more »

Buying into the Bond Market

Buying into the Bond Market

Dartmouth College is now chasing the bond market in order to increase funding. Dartmouth has issued a bond totalling a quarter of a billion dollars and received an AA1 rating… Read more »

Dartmouth Professor On Trial for Child Pornography

Dartmouth Professor On Trial for Child Pornography

African and African American Studies Professor Martin Favor has recently signed an “acknowledgement and waiver of rights” in U.S. district court suggesting that he will be changing his plea to… Read more »

The Tremendous Trump 2.0

The Tremendous Trump 2.0

Trump Vodka A small loan of $1m Trump Steak, very well done Large, strong hands An epithet for John Kasich We’re winning by a lot, even though I’m being treated… Read more »