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Candidates Descend for First in the Nation Summit

Candidates Descend for First in the Nation Summit

At 6 AM on a Saturday morning, three tired members of The Review and two companions wearily awoke. They then proceeded to drive two hours to Nashua. What could so… Read more »

The Conservative Plan to Win

The Conservative Plan to Win

As the year of Donald J. Trump segues into 2016, one presidential contender has hitched himself onto the Trump train with great success: Ted Cruz. While Trump has dominated headlines… Read more »

The Gospel of Trump

The Gospel of Trump

It has been said that Donald J. Trump has constipation of the brain and diarrhea of the mouth. His verbose and rambling speeches more often than not extend past the… Read more »

Behind Enemy Lines in Vermont

Behind Enemy Lines in Vermont

Editor’s Note: The following is a semi-accurate account of a Ted Cruz for President campaign trip to Vermont. Details may have been embellished or exaggerated for comedic effect. Thursday, October… Read more »

UGA Training: Behind Closed Doors

UGA Training: Behind Closed Doors

Dartmouth’s residential system is one of the least transparent student-oriented facets of the College. Considering the ubiquity of opaque bureaucracy in Hanover, that is truly a feat. Despite The Dartmouth… Read more »

Protesters Deny Physical Harassment, Gain Vice Provost Ameer’s Endorsement

Protesters Deny Physical Harassment, Gain Vice Provost Ameer’s Endorsement

On Monday, November 16, Latino groups on campus organized an “emergency community meeting” in the Cutter Shabazz Mural Room, in response to the alleged assault of a Dartmouth student by… Read more »

Campus Study Misses College’s Issues

Campus Study Misses College’s Issues

Dartmouth’s campus has slowly devolved into a place where certain groups of people feel threatened and unsafe. We have almost totally disregarded the concepts of respect and free speech in… Read more »

Politics in NH: the “First in the Nation”

Politics in NH: the “First in the Nation”

I still remember my first experience in New Hampshire politics, and what an experience it was. Eagerly, I woke myself up at 5 A.M. in the hope that I might… Read more »

Dartmouth’s “U.S. News” Ranking Drops

Dartmouth’s “U.S. News” Ranking Drops

In a not-unexpected turn of events, Dartmouth’s U.S. News ranking has taken a nosedive from #11 in 2015 to #12 (tied with Northwestern) in the 2016 edition — the worst… Read more »

Dean-Bailey in the State House

Dean-Bailey in the State House

Races for the New Hampshire State House of Representatives are usually small and unexciting affairs, often requiring little more than door-to-door campaigning and a few hundred dollars for yard signs… Read more »