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Yearly Archives: 2016

America’s Racist: David Duke Exposed

America’s Racist: David Duke Exposed

Notorious racist and former Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke is back in the news. The one-term Louisiana state representative is now making a bid for the… Read more »

Harvardization: Then and Now

Harvardization: Then and Now

Editor’s Note: This is an expansion and amplification of Mr. Chen’s “Harvardization, Then and Now” report published two years ago. The Trend to Research University In April 1996, under the… Read more »

A Review of the Radical

A Review of the Radical

Another year at Dartmouth, another Disorientation Guide. Our esteemed colleagues at The Dartmouth Radical (which has not published a print issue in approximately two years) and The Action Collective have… Read more »

The Case for Conservative Dissent On Campus

The Case for Conservative Dissent On Campus

Contrary to popular belief, being a conservative on a college campus does not mean hating every conceivable minority group. Conservative students do not hate women, they do not believe the… Read more »

Traditions Not Taught at Orientation

Traditions Not Taught at Orientation

Editor’s Note: The following are obscure aspects of Dartmouth history and tradition that have an observable impact on the College in the present day. It is in no way a… Read more »

A History of (Re)Activism

A History of (Re)Activism

The history of recent protests at the College can be summarized by a quote from its most famous alumnus: “from there to here / and here to there / funny… Read more »

The Dartmouth Glossary

The Dartmouth Glossary

ACTIVISM: Express mild disparagement to make yourself feel less earnest as you participate. The point is good feeling, not efficacy. APATHY: Thunder against. AUTHENTICITY: What you say in public is… Read more »

The Worst Mixo Ever

The Worst Mixo Ever

2 parts someone else’s vodka 1 part salty tears of fratless living 1 case of warm, cheap beer It’s day 12 and morale is running low. Rations, scarce to begin… Read more »

Healthy Competition

Healthy Competition

Every Dartmouth tour guide makes it a point to advertise the academic environment of the college as collaborative rather than cutthroat. Unlike some of the other hogwash one might hear… Read more »

#Orlando Syllabus: Blame it on Phallogocentrism

#Orlando Syllabus: Blame it on Phallogocentrism

Dartmouth professor and queer theorist Eng-Beng Lim recently published an article titled “The #Orlando Syllabus” that describes a class centered around the evils of firearm ownership, Islamophobia, masculinity, and the… Read more »