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An Interview with Austen Fletcher

An Interview with Austen Fletcher

Austen Fletcher ‘12 has recently developed quite a following on YouTube with his channel, FleccasTalks. The premise of his videos is simple, as Fletcher puts it, “I amplify the voices of… Read more »

In Memoriam: William F. Buckley, Jr.

In Memoriam: William F. Buckley, Jr.

Last Tuesday, February 27, marked the tenth anniversary of the death of American conservativism’s greatest exponents, William F. Buckley Jr. Over a long and industrious career in the media, Buckley… Read more »

In Memoriam: Enoch Powell

In Memoriam: Enoch Powell

This Thursday, February 8th, 2018, will mark the twentieth anniversary of the death of Enoch Powell, a prominent British statesmen, scholar, and poet. He passed away in 1998 at the… Read more »

An Interview with Dr. Stewart Levenson

An Interview with Dr. Stewart Levenson

New Hampshire’s 2nd congressional district is one of the 435 that will be contested in the midterm elections this coming November. One of two districts in New Hampshire, it covers… Read more »

A Review of The Strange Death of Europe

A Review of The Strange Death of Europe

In The Strange Death of Europe, British author and journalist Douglas Murray strives to document the readily apparent and dramatic upheaval occurring in Europe. One has to do little more… Read more »

100 Years of Communism

100 Years of Communism

The hundredth anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution has inspired countless retrospectives on communism in the twentieth century. Here at the College, the Dickey Center for International Understanding, along with the… Read more »

A Eulogy for the Boy Scouts

A Eulogy for the Boy Scouts

On October 11th, 2017, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced that in 2018, their junior program, Cub Scouts, will be opened membership to girls. They also announced that another… Read more »

The AD Battle Continues

The AD Battle Continues

The beleaguered and derecognized Dartmouth fraternity Alpha Delta is once again in conflict with Hanover’s zoning administrator. Last April, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled against the fraternity in a… Read more »

500 Years of Protestantism

500 Years of Protestantism

October 31st will mark the five-hundredth anniversary of the symbolic beginning of the Protest Reformation and, therefore, one of the most momentous occasions in the history of the West. On… Read more »

Examining the Historical Columbus

Examining the Historical Columbus

The politicization of America’s history has been popularized by protests surrounding monuments, statues, and dedications commemorating historical figures. As we at The Review have covered, Amherst College controversially eliminated any… Read more »