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College Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.

College Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.

The College hosted several events yesterday in commemoration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This holiday, first observed in 2000, celebrates the birth of Dr. King, who played… Read more »

Early Decision Admissions Hits Record Numbers

Early Decision Admissions Hits Record Numbers

Reports released by the Office of Admissions in mid-December revealed that Dartmouth’s early decision numbers hit a record high this year. Out of a pool of 1859, exactly 483 students… Read more »

A Timeline of Scandals

A Timeline of Scandals

2012 January 25 – Lohse’s First Column – The now-infamous Andrew Lohse publishes his initial (and quite dubious) expose of Dartmouth’s hazing rituals as an Opinion piece within The Dartmouth…. Read more »

Incident at Rick Perry Event Draws National Attention

Incident at Rick Perry Event Draws National Attention

A Sunday night event hosted by the College Republicans involving a talk with Texas Governor Rick Perry has sparked nationwide controversy after a series of remarks were made by several… Read more »

Homecoming Reflection

Homecoming Reflection

The idea of Homecoming is nothing new for the majority of Dartmouth ’18s. Most had their own experiences with high school Homecomings for years before. Returning alumni, dances, and that… Read more »

Faculty Vote in Support of Fraternity Abolition

Faculty Vote in Support of Fraternity Abolition

A Monday night vote by a portion of Dartmouth faculty resulted in a 116-13-3 decision to support elimination of the College’s longstanding, oft-hailed, and oft-criticized Greek system. This comes less… Read more »

Study by Dartmouth Professor Draws State Investigation

Study by Dartmouth Professor Draws State Investigation

A recent study conducted in Montana by Assistant Professor of Government Kyle Dropp at Dartmouth, Professor of Political Science Jonathan Rodden at Stanford, and Assistant Professor of Political Science Adam… Read more »

Help! I Touched the Fire!

Help! I Touched the Fire!

No, I did not actually touch the fire. The thought certainly crossed my mind a number of times, but ultimately, I couldn’t bring myself to face a fine of several… Read more »

Frats are Frats: A Response to The Dartmouth’s “Frat Enough or Nah?”

Frats are Frats: A Response to The Dartmouth’s “Frat Enough or Nah?”

Fraternity. Sorority. Certain words inherently invoke certain meanings. The word ‘fraternity’ is derived from the Latin word ‘frater,’ meaning brother. Likewise, ‘sorority’ is derived from the Latin word “soror,’ meaning… Read more »

The Rise of Yik Yak

The Rise of Yik Yak

“Drinking rum before noon makes you a pirate not an alcoholic.” “Contrary to what Ill Fayze may believe, by mid-November we will actually all be living in coats.” “Please pray… Read more »