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Monthly Archives: November 2016

MAGA!

MAGA!

1 part Limiting Access to Abortion 2 parts Dirt-covered Hands of the Working Man 1 part “Marriage is between a man and a woman” Garnished with the Second Amendment Served… Read more »

A Timeline of Scandal

A Timeline of Scandal

Editor’s Note: This piece originally ran in the Finals Issue of the Fall of 2014. It has been updated with the past two years of scandals and presented here for… Read more »

William Helman Looks Back

William Helman Looks Back

The Review recently sat down with Bill Helman ’80, current chairman of the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth College. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): You graduated from Dartmouth in 1980, the… Read more »

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

A great many thinkpieces and “hot takes” will be written about the outcome of Tuesday’s election. What else should be expected in the aftermath of the greatest political upset in… Read more »

Look Evil in the Eye

Look Evil in the Eye

The audience sat silently, the men’s heads tilted against their starched collars, the women’s faces nestled in luxurious fur. A skinny man with round spectacles stood before them, lecturing in… Read more »

Jonathan Haidt on Diversity

Jonathan Haidt on Diversity

The Dartmouth Review sat down for a second time with renowned proponent of ideological diversity in high education Jonathan Haidt. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Identity politics are a fact of… Read more »

Students Rally for Hate

Students Rally for Hate

After an unexpected and widespread victory Tuesday night by Donald Trump and the Republican Party, Hillary supporters and opponents of Trump found themselves in a situation they never expected to… Read more »

Election Triggers Protest at Dartmouth

Election Triggers Protest at Dartmouth

Late Tuesday night, when it became apparent Donald J. Trump would be the next President of the United States, a small group of students began to camp out on the… Read more »

An Account of Milo’s Visit

An Account of Milo’s Visit

He’s been called the Internet’s most fabulous supervillain, the Loki from London, and the right’s Kanye West. And this week on a chilly, cloudy Tuesday evening, Milo Yiannopoulos brought his… Read more »

Great Professors: Michael Lurie

Great Professors: Michael Lurie

The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Could you tell us a little bit about your background and where you’re from? Michael Lurie (ML): The most interesting fact about my biography is, I… Read more »