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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Patriarchy: the Shattuck Observatory

Patriarchy: the Shattuck Observatory

Bellow the tree line of College Park sits one of The College’s most historic of buildings, the Shattuck Observatory, which has been a fixture in Hanover since it’s construction in… Read more »

The Failure of the Welfare State

The Failure of the Welfare State

The expansion of the welfare state during the 20thcentury prompted an expansion of the federal government. The New Deal and the Great Society forever changed the relationship between federal and… Read more »

Murals of Old Dartmouth

Murals of Old Dartmouth

Last week, Dartmouth College convened a study group to decide the future of the “Hovey Murals.” The murals, well-known for their controversial depictions of the founding of the College and… Read more »

Black Thoughts Matter

Black Thoughts Matter

Black Thoughts Matter: Kanye West Takes the Red Pill “This your last chance. After this there is no turning back. You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake… Read more »

“Avengers: Infinity War”: A Review

“Avengers: Infinity War”: A Review

In the Western film canon, few films can compete with Marvel’s new offering of The Avengers: Infinity War. Featuring over 20 characters, the movie could have lost track of its… Read more »

Great Professors: James LaBelle

Great Professors: James LaBelle

The Review interviewed Professor James LaBelle, Department Chair of Physics and Astronomy.  Professor LaBelle’s Physics 13 and 14 classes are well liked by many students of all majors. In addition, he… Read more »

Student Assembly Update on Capital Campaign

Student Assembly Update on Capital Campaign

Dear Student Body, Monik Walters and Nicole Knape here, your new Student Assembly representatives!  Yesterday morning we were invited to join President Hanlon and the Deans of the Geisel School of Medicine,… Read more »