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Dartmouth Dining Services Reform

Dartmouth Dining Services Reform

Dartmouth Dining Services is unpopular among the student body for its high costs and mandatory investment. All Dartmouth freshmen are compelled to buy the most expensive meal plan during their… Read more »

God, Gorsuch, and the Supreme Court

God, Gorsuch, and the Supreme Court

On Friday, April 7, the United States Senate voted to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch as the 113th Justice of the United States Supreme Court. A few days later, the smiling… Read more »

Great Professors: Victoria Somoff

Great Professors: Victoria Somoff

The Dartmouth Review (TDR): I know a bit about your background, that you grew up in the Soviet Union. Could you tell us a bit about that background, and how… Read more »

Great Professors: Melanie Benson Taylor

Great Professors: Melanie Benson Taylor

The Dartmouth Review (TDR): When you were younger, did you have any idea that one day you might be a professor, or ever envision yourself in such a profession? Melanie… Read more »

Evangelicals at Dartmouth

Evangelicals at Dartmouth

When William F. Buckley Jr. wrote his perennial treatise on religion at Yale, God and Man at Yale, he identified a trend of anti-religiousness in academia. At the time, he… Read more »

An Interview with James Bartholomew

An Interview with James Bartholomew

James Bartholomew is a British journalist and author currently based in London. His famous book The Welfare State We’re In deals with the welfare states of the globe and how… Read more »

An Account of Milo’s Visit

An Account of Milo’s Visit

He’s been called the Internet’s most fabulous supervillain, the Loki from London, and the right’s Kanye West. And this week on a chilly, cloudy Tuesday evening, Milo Yiannopoulos brought his… Read more »