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An Obituary for Joe Rago ‘05

An Obituary for Joe Rago ‘05

Joseph Rago ‘05, former Editor-in-Chief of The Dartmouth Review and a Pulitzer Prize-winning member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board, passed away on Thursday, July 20 at his home… Read more »

On Witch Hunts and Intellectual Diversity

On Witch Hunts and Intellectual Diversity

Over the past few decades, it has grown apparent that political conflict is a feature, not a bug, of the modern college campus. Since the student movements of the 1960s, college… Read more »

Academic Rigor Mortis

Academic Rigor Mortis

“It is… a small college, and yet there are those who love it.” – Daniel Webster There are few things as central to Dartmouth’s self-conception as its size. Students are proud… Read more »

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

A great many thinkpieces and “hot takes” will be written about the outcome of Tuesday’s election. What else should be expected in the aftermath of the greatest political upset in… Read more »

Great Professors: Michael Lurie

Great Professors: Michael Lurie

The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Could you tell us a little bit about your background and where you’re from? Michael Lurie (ML): The most interesting fact about my biography is, I… Read more »

Milo Yiannopoulos: An Unexamined Life

Milo Yiannopoulos: An Unexamined Life

On Tuesday November 1st, Milo Yiannopoulos, the flamboyant “alt-right” provocateur, visited Dartmouth College to deliver a speech titled “In Defense of Hazing.” In addition to supporting the practice of hazing… Read more »

Freedom of Religion

Freedom of Religion

Editor’s Note: This article is a response to an editorial that appeared in The Daily Dartmouth on March 29, entitled, “Jesus, take the Veto.” The views elaborated herein are those… Read more »

Emily Yoffe Spurs Dialogue on Rape

Emily Yoffe Spurs Dialogue on Rape

Vox Daily and Vox Weekly blitzes, while always entertaining and often captivating, are rarely surprising. In the early days of October, this all changed. Under the events heading, peeking out… Read more »