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A Review of the Drinking Age

A Review of the Drinking Age

Many people often say that their most memorable—or perhaps least memorable—birthday was their twenty-first. Twenty-one years old, of course, is the minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) for alcohol. Because of… Read more »

An Interview with CoFIRED

An Interview with CoFIRED

Editor’s Note: Oscar R. Cornejo Casares ’17 is a founding member of the Dartmouth Coalition for Immigration Reform, Equality, and Dreamers (CoFIRED) and has served as co-director in the 2014… Read more »

The Importance of True Diversity

The Importance of True Diversity

On March 31, 2016, the Dartmouth Admissions Office released admissions decisions for the class of 2020, this year’s freshman class. The press release from their website, like it does every… Read more »

An Obituary for John C. Calhoun College

An Obituary for John C. Calhoun College

John C. Calhoun College was killed, in a public spectacle, in New Haven, Connecticut on February 11, 2017. The Residential College, a part of Yale’s undergraduate system, was 84 years… Read more »

An Interview with Julia Griffin

An Interview with Julia Griffin

Editor’s Note: In light of the recent week’s meeting regarding the potential designation of Hanover as a  sanctuary city, we sat down with Hanover’s town manager Julia Griffin to discuss… Read more »

Retrospective on the Flag Burning

Retrospective on the Flag Burning

Just after midnight on Thursday January 19, The Dartmouth published an editorial written by Timothy Messen ’18 calling for action in response to the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. … Read more »

Vice Provost Ameer to Depart the College

Vice Provost Ameer to Depart the College

Vice-Provost Inge-Lise Ameer is leaving the College after a restructuring of the College’s bureaucracy.  Her responsibilities as Vice-Provost of Student Affairs will be subsumed by the Dean of the College,… Read more »

A Conversation with Kelly Ayotte

A Conversation with Kelly Ayotte

The Dartmouth Review sat down with United States Senator Kelly Ayotte, when she came to Dartmouth to campaign for her reelection. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Your Senate race against Maggie… Read more »

A History of Opposition

A History of Opposition

Student and faculty opposition to Dartmouth’s administration is nothing new. Throughout the school’s history, the student body, faculty, and other stakeholder groups have reasserted themselves in the face of an… Read more »