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A Vote of No Confidence

A Vote of No Confidence

As Daniel Webster stated in the legendary 1819 Supreme Court case of Dartmouth College vs. Wentworth, “It is, sir, as I have said, a small college. And yet there are… Read more »

All the Small Things

All the Small Things

In his novel, David Copperfield, English writer Charles Dickens wrote, “my meaning simply is, that whatever I have tried to do in life, I have tried with all my heart… Read more »

The Value of a Good Book

The Value of a Good Book

The legendary English philosopher John Locke wrote that “Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company, and reflection must finish him.” As I enter the final six months of my… Read more »

Conservatives Across the Pond

Conservatives Across the Pond

Editor’s Note: We sat down with Louis Hoffman, deputy editor of The Burkean Journal, an up-and-coming conservative student publication out of Trinity College in Ireland. Given the many similarities between… Read more »

Truth Today, Gone Tomorrow

Truth Today, Gone Tomorrow

In 1794, George Washington wrote that “Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light.” Gone, however, are the days when such sentiments held true. In… Read more »

The Danger of Stagnancy: Part II

The Danger of Stagnancy: Part II

On October 10, President Hanlon sent an email to the entire Dartmouth community announcing Carolyn Dever’s decision to step down from Provost and to return to teaching once the fall… Read more »

The Danger of Stagnancy: Part I

The Danger of Stagnancy: Part I

Leonardo da Vinci wrote that “Iron rusts from disuse; stagnant water loses its purity and in cold weather becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind.”… Read more »

An Interview with Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

An Interview with Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai

TDR: I’m Devon Kurtz with The Dartmouth Review and I’m in Cambridge today With Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, who’s running for senate against the fake Indian, Senator Elizabeth Warren. So Dr…. Read more »

The Death of College Park?

The Death of College Park?

On October 19, I attended a focus group for the planning of the proposed dorms in College Park, which consisted of twenty undergraduate students (who responded to an open invitation… Read more »

Thoughts in Autumn

Thoughts in Autumn

Once again I quote the great T.S. Eliot, this time from a different part of his “Four Quartets,” entitled “East Coker:” Home is where one starts from. As we grow… Read more »