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Yearly Archives: 2016

A History of Hazing

A History of Hazing

Every year from August 3-12, the rising ninth grade class of my alma mater, St. Mark’s School of Texas, leave their meticulously manicured campus on large Greyhound buses. Accompanied by… Read more »

Dartmouth Planned Parenthood

Dartmouth Planned Parenthood

Walking around the activity fair this past September, you may have seen a group of cheerful women wearing matching pink shirts. If you approached their table, then you found piles… Read more »

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles

We at The Review offer these Greek house profiles as a general guide to those unversed in the ways of the mainstream Dartmouth social scene. Every description should be taken… Read more »

The Banlon

The Banlon

Spirits Puritan Wrath Juan Carlos thought back to his college days as his mustache rubbed against the crinkled sheet. Had Eleazar Wheelock felt like this, over two hundred years ago?… Read more »

The Morton Fire

The Morton Fire

In his 1940 essay “Inside the Whale,” George Orwell explained that “So much of left-wing thought is a kind of playing with fire by people who don’t even know that… Read more »

A History of Opposition

A History of Opposition

Student and faculty opposition to Dartmouth’s administration is nothing new. Throughout the school’s history, the student body, faculty, and other stakeholder groups have reasserted themselves in the face of an… Read more »

Focus on Football

Focus on Football

In 2015, Dartmouth won its 18th Ivy League Championship – the first in 10 years. When it was all said and done, players graduated and many moved onto the NFL…. Read more »

A Letter to The President of Dartmouth College

A Letter to The President of Dartmouth College

Sir, Do not ask what you have done that I choose to write this letter, for you have done nothing. I merely seek to illuminate the root cause behind a… Read more »

An Interview with Carol Swain

An Interview with Carol Swain

Editor’s Note: Carol Swain is a nationally renowned conservative political scientist, former television host, and professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University. Before joining the Vanderbilt faculty in… Read more »

New Hampshire Primary

New Hampshire Primary

On September 13, 2016, New Hampshire held its down ballot (i.e. all offices besides the presidency) primaries. The primary was marked by low turnout, especially on the Democratic side, which… Read more »