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Excess Administrators

Excess Administrators

Dartmouth’s seven to one student to faculty ratio is impressively low, but that ratio pales in comparison to Dartmouth’s unreported student to staff ratio, which hovers around three to ten…. Read more »

Harvey Silverglate on FIRE

Harvey Silverglate on FIRE

Editor’s note: Harvey Silverglate is an attorney and one of the co-founders of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).  The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Do you think faculty should… Read more »

Great Professors: Edward Miller

Great Professors: Edward Miller

Edward Miller is an associate professor of history at the college. Miller is known within the Dartmouth community for his Vietnam War elective and his work on the Dartmouth Vietnam… Read more »

Figuring the Ten-Week Term

Figuring the Ten-Week Term

Editor’s note: Professor Paul Musselwhite is one of our favorite faculty members at The Review, and is the College’s expert on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English Colonialism in America. Professor Musselwhite… Read more »

Canes of Dartmouth: A Forgotten Rite

Canes of Dartmouth: A Forgotten Rite

Canes at Dartmouth have a history that predates their role in commencement.  In the 18th and 19th centuries, canes were status symbols. The privilege to carry them was strictly reserved… Read more »

College Officially De-Recognizes SAE

College Officially De-Recognizes SAE

On the afternoon of Thursday, February 4, Dartmouth’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity (SAE) was officially derecognized by the College. This marks the second fraternity derecognition at the college… Read more »

The Dark Side of Bond

The Dark Side of Bond

I read this book on a whim months after seeing and being satisfied with the movie Spectre. I was on a James Bond kick at that point, even buying the… Read more »

Behind the Administrative Curtain

Behind the Administrative Curtain

Dartmouth’s status as a private institution allows the college a large amount of freedom in the decisions it makes and the rules it implements. This means that the college has… Read more »

Campus Study Misses College’s Issues

Campus Study Misses College’s Issues

Dartmouth’s campus has slowly devolved into a place where certain groups of people feel threatened and unsafe. We have almost totally disregarded the concepts of respect and free speech in… Read more »