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Yearly Archives: 2018

Controversy over Conservative Speakers Continues

Controversy over Conservative Speakers Continues

In response to the riots at Berkley due to the guest speakers Milo Yiannopolous and Ann Coulter, the College Republicans and Young America’s Foundation contacted the Department of Justice. Appalled… Read more »

College Releases Numbers for Class of 2022

College Releases Numbers for Class of 2022

The College recently announced its application numbers to the Class of 2022, as a total of 22,005 applications were received this year. With an increase in applications by 1,971, or… Read more »

The Crypto Craze

The Crypto Craze

A young boy asks his dad, “Papa, can you buy me a Bitcoin?”. “A Bitcoin?” says the father, “What? $15,232??? $14,354 is a lot of money! What do you need… Read more »

In Solidarity with Ryan Spector

In Solidarity with Ryan Spector

Within a day of its posting, the opinion piece titled “You’re Not Tripping” in The Dartmouth had ignited a campus-wide uproar. In this op-ed, Ryan Spector ‘19 detailed his disappointment… Read more »

“In Solidarity”

“In Solidarity”

On behalf of the more conservative members of the Dartmouth community, we would like to offer our support to both Ryan Spector and The Dartmouth in light of the recent… Read more »

All the Small Things

All the Small Things

In his novel, David Copperfield, English writer Charles Dickens wrote, “my meaning simply is, that whatever I have tried to do in life, I have tried with all my heart… Read more »

Stahel Says: The Last Jedi

Stahel Says: The Last Jedi

Editor’s Note: In pursuit of authenticity, these are the raw and unedited thoughts of Mr. Stahel, presented in the original. For this inaugural column of unknown duration I was told… Read more »

The D-Lite

The D-Lite

The D-Lite Ingredients: Keystone Light— sacrifice taste for everything else A bottle Bitters— enough for alumni, students, and the college’s bank account to enjoy Pennies— can substitute with any other… Read more »

The March for Life

The March for Life

The March For Life is an annual event in Washington D.C. commemorating one of the most controversial events in modern American history: the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. Following… Read more »

Distinguished Alumni: Peter Robinson

Distinguished Alumni: Peter Robinson

Editor’s Note: Peter Robinson is a professor at the Hoover Institute at Stanford. He produces a weekly show in conjunction with the Hoover Institute called Uncommon Knowledge. The Dartmouth Review… Read more »