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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Bloody Green Key Sunday

Bloody Green Key Sunday

Premium Vodka Sriracha Adderall Hopeless evasion of the events of the previous 48 hours Salt Celery Smoked paprika When partying well into Saturday night and through the twilight hours of… Read more »

The Folly of Free Speech

The Folly of Free Speech

“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” The plight of the liberal arts campus has been well… Read more »

The Problem with Black Lives Matter

The Problem with Black Lives Matter

Dartmouth has a problem. Its campus climate is toxic, but not in the way that student protesters often claim. The recent conflict surrounding the Dartmouth College Republicans’ Blue Lives Matter… Read more »

Great Professors: Hakan Tell

Great Professors: Hakan Tell

Hakan Tell is an Associate Professor of Classics at the College specializing in Greek literature. He is renowned for his intensive Ancient Greek class, in which students new to the… Read more »

The Virtue of Temperance

The Virtue of Temperance

Most Dartmouth students bridle at the mention of the word “temperance.” For some, it recalls the tyranny of the Prohibition era and the antiquated morality of the Puritans. For most,… Read more »

Michelle Knesbach Appears on Fox News

Michelle Knesbach Appears on Fox News

Michelle Knesbach, a member of the Dartmouth Class of 2017, appeared on Fox New Channel’s On the Record with Greta Van Susteren show to discuss the recent controversy over free… Read more »

An Assault on Dialogue and Free Speech: A Timeline of Events

An Assault on Dialogue and Free Speech: A Timeline of Events

Preceding Weeks The Dartmouth College Republicans undertook a three week process to gain proper approval for the use of a bulletin board in Collis, Dartmouth’s student center. The administration granted… Read more »

The Quinetiket River Brewe

The Quinetiket River Brewe

A drop of brandy, to keep up the spirits A goodly glass of cider, dark A seaman’s tot of dark Caribbean rum A shot of Muskovi bread wine, not for… Read more »

A New Era

A New Era

President Hanlon and Provost Denver’s recent message to the community regarding diversity and inclusivity formally marks the beginning of a new era at Dartmouth, with its own unique set of… Read more »