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The Duthu Disaster

The Duthu Disaster

It has been a year of major administrative shakeups, with the restoration of the Dean of the College’s authority, a new dean of the Geisel School of Medicine, and the… 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 »

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: A Review

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: A Review

Background Almost no one realized it at the time, but Gilmore Girls was one of the most brilliant shows on the air. Set in the picturesque New England setting of… Read more »

A Sane Reply to a Violent Editorial

A Sane Reply to a Violent Editorial

The New Year brings with it a new term, new snow upon the hills of Hanover, and, of course, a new President in Donald J. Trump. But the more things… Read more »

An Interview with Carol Swain

An Interview with Carol Swain

Editor’s Note: Carol Swain is a nationally renowned conservative political scientist, former television host, and professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University. Before joining the Vanderbilt faculty in… Read more »

New Hampshire Primary

New Hampshire Primary

On September 13, 2016, New Hampshire held its down ballot (i.e. all offices besides the presidency) primaries. The primary was marked by low turnout, especially on the Democratic side, which… Read more »

Harvardization: Then and Now

Harvardization: Then and Now

Editor’s Note: This is an expansion and amplification of Mr. Chen’s “Harvardization, Then and Now” report published two years ago. The Trend to Research University In April 1996, under the… Read more »

The Problem with Black Lives Matter

The Problem with Black Lives Matter

Dartmouth has a problem. Its campus climate is toxic, but not in the way that student protesters often claim. The recent conflict surrounding the Dartmouth College Republicans’ Blue Lives Matter… Read more »

Gordon Gribble on 48 Years at Dartmouth

Gordon Gribble on 48 Years at Dartmouth

In continuation of our series on Dartmouth’s most senior faculty, administrators, and staff, The Review sat down with chemistry professor Gordon Gribble to discuss his tenure at Dartmouth. The Dartmouth… Read more »

First Blood in the Primaries

First Blood in the Primaries

Republicans It seems like a lifetime ago: this time last year, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was leading the polls in Iowa. He was fresh off of a strong performance at… Read more »