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Yearly Archives: 2016

Many Thousand Sunsets

Many Thousand Sunsets

When John Ledyard took his last stroll to the banks of the Connecticut in 1773, he probably felt his Dartmouth dream dying as he walked. During his year as a… Read more »

The Ballad of Sir Loyn de Béf

The Ballad of Sir Loyn de Béf

A glass of warm milk A little nostalgia One night some weeks past, as Sir Loyn de Béf dined with a few of his fine companions, he requested a glass… Read more »

Travels in a Canoe

Travels in a Canoe

For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else.” It is with this philosophy that the gang once again make… Read more »

Happy Founders Day, Kiddos!

Happy Founders Day, Kiddos!

As I peeled the knock-off red wax seal from my envelope, I made my way to the Allen reception area. Though I would not call some red balloons and a… Read more »

The Bill of (Student) Rights

The Bill of (Student) Rights

On Thursday, February 25, Student Assembly unveiled the Dartmouth College Students’ Bill of Rights and By-Laws. According to the first article, the bill seeks to facilitate communication and increase transparency… Read more »

Breaking Murphy’s Law

Breaking Murphy’s Law

It was a bright, cold night in February, and the clocks were striking nineteen. Despite treacherous conditions as snowy Hanover thaws and refreezes into a literal slippery slope, the Review… Read more »

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Charles Wheelan ’88 is a professor of Economics at the College. Wheelan is respected by his students for his work on economic systems and incentives, but he is also well… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth is first and foremost a highly regarded academic institution. With Ivy league prestige and widespread alumni making a difference around the world, people sometimes forget that dartmouth has a… Read more »

The Diversity Debacle

The Diversity Debacle

Students of Dartmouth College are more than familiar with the school’s seemingly endless initiatives on diversity. From the ambiguity of OPAL to President Hanlon’s recent (and controversial) initiative on “Inclusive… Read more »

For the Students, By the Students

For the Students, By the Students

If you’re looking for a sign that student life has hit a rough patch, the opinion pages of The Dartmouth are pretty good bellwether. Over the past few weeks, The… Read more »