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Yearly Archives: 2017

The Smell of Treason in the Evening

The Smell of Treason in the Evening

1 bottle of Stolichnaya vodka 1 BIC lighter, rainbow-print design with a small hammer and sickle sticker 1 tremendously hand-sewn American flag (made in Trump’s America) Colonel Phil Hanlon ’69… Read more »

Rev. Sekou Speaks for MLK Day

Rev. Sekou Speaks for MLK Day

Unfortunately, Moore Theater was not filled to capacity on the evening of Monday, January 16th when the College and the community alike gathered to pay tribute to American hero Rev…. Read more »

A Letter to the Vice Provost

A Letter to the Vice Provost

Dear Vice Provost Ameer, To the casual observer, it may appear that the editors and staff of The Review have no great love for you. Over the course of your… Read more »

Rev. Sekou to Speak at Dartmouth

Rev. Sekou to Speak at Dartmouth

Diversity and Equity are co-sponsoring a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day student dinner with keynote speaker Rev. Osagyefo Sekou this Sunday evening. Sekou professes himself to be a staunch supporter… Read more »

“Hillbilly Elegy”: A Review

“Hillbilly Elegy”: A Review

Scrolling through post-election headlines, it is nearly impossible not to find countless think-pieces written by the left-leaning (or in some cases, right-leaning) media dedicated to explaining Donald Trump’s victory by… Read more »

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: A Review

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: A Review

Background Almost no one realized it at the time, but Gilmore Girls was one of the most brilliant shows on the air. Set in the picturesque New England setting of… Read more »

“Brown Boys and Rice Queens”: A Review

“Brown Boys and Rice Queens”: A Review

The crossroad of homoeroticism, Asian theater, and Western imperialism is relatively uncharted in academia. Even though Eng-Beng Lim (Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) initially viewed such connections… Read more »

“Our Revolution”: A Review

“Our Revolution”: A Review

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Bernie Sanders publicized himself as a novel, revolutionary public servant; while other politicians collude with special interest groups behind closed… Read more »

Inge-Lise Ameer: A Retrospective

Inge-Lise Ameer: A Retrospective

August 6, 2010 Ameer departs her former post at Harvard University as Interim Director of Advising Programs and assistant dean of the Advising Programs Office and arrives at Dartmouth College,… Read more »

Trump: An Old Media Candidate

Trump: An Old Media Candidate

As journalists entered their Midtown offices on November 9 with fair-trade soy lattes in one hand, and tissues in the other, all they could ask themselves is how could this… Read more »