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Healthy Competition

Healthy Competition

Every Dartmouth tour guide makes it a point to advertise the academic environment of the college as collaborative rather than cutthroat. Unlike some of the other hogwash one might hear… Read more »

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 »

Fleeced by the FSPs

Fleeced by the FSPs

The mere mention of the words “FSP” or “LSA” conjures images of the Champs-Elysees and St. Peter’s Basilica in the minds of Dartmouth students. These off-campus programs are some of… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part II

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part II

Previously, The Review published the first part of a two-part series chronicaling the greatest athletes to ever graduate from Dartmouth.  The following five athletes  constitute the latter half of this… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth is first and foremost a highly regarded academic institution. With Ivy league prestige and widespread alumni making a difference around the world, people sometimes forget that dartmouth has a… Read more »

Great Professor Series: Susannah Heschel

Great Professor Series: Susannah Heschel

The Dartmouth Review has, on occasion, been accused of unnecessary negativity. In the spirit of promoting a better Dartmouth for future generations, we have decided to showcase those members of… 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 »

Deflating Grades, or Students’ Futures: Probing the Grade Deflation Proposal

Deflating Grades, or Students’ Futures: Probing the Grade Deflation Proposal

On May 11, 2015, the Ad Hoc Committee on Grading Practices and Grade Inflation comprised of six Dartmouth professors released its “Proposal for Addressing Grade Inflation at Dartmouth College”.  The… Read more »

The Sorority Rush Guide, Part II

The Sorority Rush Guide, Part II

Editor’s note: This piece continues Mr. Kotran’s exposition of how the sorority rush system works, which covered Round One and the inter-round period.  Part I may be found in our… Read more »