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A Timeline of Scandal

A Timeline of Scandal

Editor’s Note: This piece originally ran in the Finals Issue of the Fall of 2014. It has been updated with the past two years of scandals and presented here for… Read more »

Jonathan Haidt on Diversity

Jonathan Haidt on Diversity

The Dartmouth Review sat down for a second time with renowned proponent of ideological diversity in high education Jonathan Haidt. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Identity politics are a fact of… Read more »

The Morton Fire

The Morton Fire

In his 1940 essay “Inside the Whale,” George Orwell explained that “So much of left-wing thought is a kind of playing with fire by people who don’t even know that… Read more »

The Dartmouth Glossary

The Dartmouth Glossary

ACTIVISM: Express mild disparagement to make yourself feel less earnest as you participate. The point is good feeling, not efficacy. APATHY: Thunder against. AUTHENTICITY: What you say in public is… Read more »

The Folly of Free Speech

The Folly of Free Speech

“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” The plight of the liberal arts campus has been well… Read more »

Happy Founders Day, Kiddos!

Happy Founders Day, Kiddos!

As I peeled the knock-off red wax seal from my envelope, I made my way to the Allen reception area. Though I would not call some red balloons and a… Read more »

The Diversity Debacle

The Diversity Debacle

Students of Dartmouth College are more than familiar with the school’s seemingly endless initiatives on diversity. From the ambiguity of OPAL to President Hanlon’s recent (and controversial) initiative on “Inclusive… Read more »

On the Purpose of Higher Education

On the Purpose of Higher Education

The fall of 2015 was wrought with controversy, outrage, and criticism regarding the state of higher education in the United States. The University of Missouri was stricken by massive protests… Read more »

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 »

Oxford Elects to Keep Statue of Cecil Rhodes

Oxford Elects to Keep Statue of Cecil Rhodes

A recent movement amongst students at Oxford University in the UK calling for the removal of a statue depicting legendary British entrepreneur and colonial leader Cecil Rhodes has fallen partially… Read more »