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“Dear White People”: A Review

“Dear White People”: A Review

It’s hard not to burst into conversation as the credits begin to roll for writer and director Justin Siemen’s Dear White People. The racial satire “about being a black face… Read more »

Boom Country: Evan Osnos’s China

Boom Country: Evan Osnos’s China

American sinophiles have a tough time of it. Even painting in the broadest strokes possible, the complexity and breadth of China’s political and cultural history can be migraine-inducing. There were… Read more »

Lessons from the Fire

Lessons from the Fire

It started with a 1991 Mazda Navajo rolling over three times in a single car accident on the I89 near Sharon, Vermont. It was October 1997. That month Dennis Rodman… Read more »

College Rankings

College Rankings

In 2007, the U.S. News website received ten million views within the three days of its release of its college rankings. From this platform, U.S. News and its counterparts help… Read more »

Respect Works: Student Panel Discusses Sexual Assault

Respect Works: Student Panel Discusses Sexual Assault

“Freshman fall I, like too many other women on this campus, was raped,” said a member of the Respect Works panel at Bones Gate, co-sponsored by the Inter Fraternity Council,… Read more »

An Interview With Phil Klay

An Interview With Phil Klay

In the summer of 2004, Phil Klay attended Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia. Less than three years before, September 11th occurred the very year he had started school at… Read more »

The “I” Word At Dartmouth

The “I” Word At Dartmouth

On April 2, 2013, the Associated Press dropped the usage of the phrase “illegal immigrant” from its stylebook, citing its unwillingness to continue its use of “illegal” to describe a… Read more »

Discussing Microaggressions

Discussing Microaggressions

Editors Note: The following is a discussion of the microaggressions, their origins, and their impact on the rhetoric of the recent the protests. It is modeled on the policy debate-style… Read more »