List/Grid

Monthly Archives: August 2018

College Concludes Professor Misconduct Investigation

College Concludes Professor Misconduct Investigation

In late October, President Hanlon sent out a campus-wide email informing the Dartmouth community that three faculty members (later revealed to be Todd Heatherton, Paul Whalen and William Kelley) were… Read more »

An Update on Dartmouth’s Call to Lead

An Update on Dartmouth’s Call to Lead

Since its official announcement in April, Dartmouth’s “Call to Lead” capital campaign has come under scrutiny. Many have noted the significant increase from the last capital campaign in 2004 of… Read more »

Failed Strategies: Turning Point USA

Failed Strategies: Turning Point USA

Earlier this summer, at a retreat in Colorado, the Koch brothers took aim at the conservative effort to reclaim college campuses. In short, they criticized the anti-intellectual, anti-liberty sensationalism of… Read more »

Dartmouth Students Voting in New Hampshire

Dartmouth Students Voting in New Hampshire

In the 2016 State Election for New Hampshire U.S. Senate, Democrat Maggie Hassan unseated incumbent Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte. Senator Hassan won the race by .1% of the vote— a… Read more »

A Closer Look at the Homecoming Bonfire

A Closer Look at the Homecoming Bonfire

For generations, the Homecoming Bonfire has been a staple of the Dartmouth experience. The blaze towering over the Green is a familiar sight to members of the Dartmouth community new… Read more »

Dartmouth Cares: A Philanthropic Failure

Dartmouth Cares: A Philanthropic Failure

On the Saturday of Sophomore Family Weekend, Chi Delta—a local sorority— hosted a “rally against family separation” called “Dartmouth Cares” on Gold Coast Lawn. The event was sponsored by the… Read more »

A Learning Opportunity

A Learning Opportunity

“You are sieging Troy, and you have no Trojan horse.” I once said this to a group of conservative strategists who asked me for my opinion, as a conservative student… Read more »