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Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Review Reviews: Salt Hill Pub

The Review Reviews: Salt Hill Pub

After a long hiatus due to their impressively busy schedules, Gil Hanlon and Alfric Macallan reunited in the streets of Hanover and made their way towards a local watering hole… Read more »

God, Gorsuch, and the Supreme Court

God, Gorsuch, and the Supreme Court

On Friday, April 7, the United States Senate voted to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch as the 113th Justice of the United States Supreme Court. A few days later, the smiling… Read more »

Liberty and Ideology

Liberty and Ideology

In his 1882 manuscript God and the State, Russian anarchist and philosopher Mikhail Bakunin wrote that “The liberty of man consists solely in this: that he obeys natural laws because… Read more »

Academic Rigor Mortis

Academic Rigor Mortis

“It is… a small college, and yet there are those who love it.” – Daniel Webster There are few things as central to Dartmouth’s self-conception as its size. Students are proud… Read more »

The Administration’s Response to Trump

The Administration’s Response to Trump

Since the shocking outcome of the 2016 presidential election, the Dartmouth administration has made every effort to portray Donald Trump’s victory as an undisputed national tragedy. In the days following… Read more »

Dartmouth Admissions Strategy

Dartmouth Admissions Strategy

Ivy Day – for any unknowing readers – is the name of the day when all eight Ivy League institutions release their decisions, and it reminds me of a quote… Read more »

Hanover Iced Tea

Hanover Iced Tea

1 part Gin 1 part White Rum 1 part Silver Tequila 1 part Vodka 1 part Triple Sec 1 part Simple Syrup 1 part Lemon Juice Cola to Taste 1… Read more »

An Interview with CoFIRED

An Interview with CoFIRED

Editor’s Note: Oscar R. Cornejo Casares ’17 is a founding member of the Dartmouth Coalition for Immigration Reform, Equality, and Dreamers (CoFIRED) and has served as co-director in the 2014… Read more »

Our Mutual Respect

Our Mutual Respect

In his 1961 Farewell Address, President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued a solemn warning, stating that “This world of ours… must avoid becoming a community of dreadful fear and hate, and… Read more »

The Duthu Disaster

The Duthu Disaster

It has been a year of major administrative shakeups, with the restoration of the Dean of the College’s authority, a new dean of the Geisel School of Medicine, and the… Read more »