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On Refugees and Racism: Germany’s Immigration Crisis

On Refugees and Racism: Germany’s Immigration Crisis

Wir schaffen das! With these words, Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany since 2005, opened the floodgates both literally and figuratively to both millions of Syrian refugees… Read more »

A Conversation with Fribble

A Conversation with Fribble

In recent months, a commenter known as “fribble” has been making a name for himself in the comments sections of many articles from The Daily Dartmouth. The Dartmouth Review recently… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Molly’s Balloon

The Review Reviews: Molly’s Balloon

Introduction: At 6:00 PM on the Thursday of Green Key, Nick received a text from Jack, a young Review staffer with a hankering for some food. Being that it was… Read more »

A Look Inside the Nugget Theater

A Look Inside the Nugget Theater

For years, The Nugget Theatre has been a staple of entertainment in rural Hanover, New Hampshire and the Upper Valley. The theatre was originally petitioned for by F.W. and F.F…. Read more »

The State of (Judicial) Affairs

The State of (Judicial) Affairs

So, it sounds like your fraternal organization screwed up. Perhaps you stand accused of breaking a few rules, of this or that type. The Administration is breaking down your door… Read more »

Rolling Stone Retracts Controversial Article

Rolling Stone Retracts Controversial Article

Rolling Stone‘s controversial “A Rape on Campus,” which took the nation by storm last December, was finally retracted on April 5 due to “a failure of journalism.” The article, which… Read more »

A Review of the Hood’s “Poseidon”

A Review of the Hood’s “Poseidon”

The image of a Greek god is one familiar to practically all Western-educated individuals; many are familiar with the intricate mythology of classical culture, its iconic pantheon of gods and… Read more »

When Dartmouth Builds

When Dartmouth Builds

Perhaps the most sweeping change announced under the banner of President Hanlon’s Moving Dartmouth Forward policies was the introduction of a new residential college system, which would group students of… Read more »

Moving Dartmouth Forward: What Could Have Been

Moving Dartmouth Forward: What Could Have Been

The Moving Dartmouth Forward proposals released on January 29 by the Office of the President contained a number of initiatives and suggestions that have been met by controversy not only… Read more »

A Defense of Tradition

A Defense of Tradition

Increasingly, it seems as though there is not one topic that the Dartmouth student body can collectively agree upon. Perhaps the only unifying factor is the decision to spend their… Read more »