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Liveblogging Moving Dartmouth Forward

Liveblogging Moving Dartmouth Forward

President Phil Hanlon is announcing the long-awaited “Moving Dartmouth Forward” recommendations that the Steering Committee reported today in the Hopkins Center’s Moore Auditorium.  The Dartmouth Review is bringing live updates on Hanlon’s… Read more »

Documenting the Undocumented

Documenting the Undocumented

If there’s one anecdote I can use to illustrate Mark Steyn’s writing style and worldview, there’s the sinking of the Costa Concordia back in 2012.  (The Italian cruise liner had… Read more »

Operation: Stonewall

Operation: Stonewall

Imagine, if you will, a world in which corporations and government officials squash press freedom and investigative reporting. One could assume that this is how authoritarian regimes would behave, nations… Read more »

An Overview of the College’s Finances

An Overview of the College’s Finances

On October 20, the College released its annual financial statement for Fiscal Year 2014 (June 30, 2013 to June 30, 2014) — a span of time roughly covering President Hanlon’s… Read more »

Faculty Diversity at Dartmouth

Faculty Diversity at Dartmouth

At a termly meeting of faculty on October 20, the Administration proposed to hire more minority and foreign-born professors. Its five-year plan states that the percent of such faculty will be… Read more »

Changes at Tucker

Changes at Tucker

The William Jewett Tucker Foundation, established in 1951, was dedicated to President Tucker’s goal that Dartmouth students wishing to change the world would become ethical and moral leaders. Over the… Read more »

Which Orientation Guide?

Which Orientation Guide?

As freshmen began their Dartmouth experience this term, a curious few found a tacky pamphlet sequestered on the lower tier of Daily Dartmouth newsstands. Titled the Dis-Orientation Guide, the forty-three-page… Read more »

Consent Policy in California

Consent Policy in California

On September 28, California’s Governor Jerry Brown gave his assent to a bill that proposed to require (on threat of withheld funding) all of the Golden State’s universities to craft… Read more »

Dart Kapital

Dart Kapital

Economists broadly define capital as durable goods that are used in the production of goods and services. In the business world, this generally entails purchasing new offices and factories. Naturally,… Read more »

Is the Password “Swordfish”?

Is the Password “Swordfish”?

Imagine, if you will, one day where the planet’s hackers have free rein.  What could possibly go wrong?  One could look at everything involving computers these days: water treatment centers,… Read more »