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Some Thoughts in the Dark

Some Thoughts in the Dark

At around 4:30 on the afternoon of May 27, a major storm swept across the Connecticut River and onto the Dartmouth campus. Its heavy winds and driving rains lasted for… Read more »

2015 Commencement Speakers Announced

2015 Commencement Speakers Announced

In an email to campus earlier this morning, the 2015 Class Council announced this year’s commencement speaker and honorary degree recipients. Following on the heels of Shonda Rhimes’ widely acclaimed… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Review

Dartmouth’s Review

In a 2004 interview with The Duke Chronicle, Professor Robert Brandon responded to a question about faculty hiring policies by noting, “If, as John Stuart Mill said, stupid people are… Read more »

Toward a Greater Intellectualism

Toward a Greater Intellectualism

Late last month, The Dartmouth Review published an issue that examined the state of education at the College. In it, we were rather critical of the Hanlon administration for its… Read more »

The Spirit of Winter Carnival

The Spirit of Winter Carnival

In the spring of 2011, shortly after I decided to matriculate at Dartmouth, I had the good fortune of accompanying a family friend on a trout-fishing trip. As a member of… Read more »

Inside the Moving Dartmouth Forward Steering Committee

Inside the Moving Dartmouth Forward Steering Committee

Editor’s Note: Recently, The Dartmouth Review had the opportunity to sit down with Frank Cunningham III’16 and get his take on the Moving Dartmouth Forward Steering Committee. As a vice… Read more »

The Liberal Arts in Action

The Liberal Arts in Action

One day shortly after Thanksgiving, I took my brother, a junior in high school, into West Philadelphia to tour Penn’s campus. After sitting through the requisite information session and chatting… Read more »

Wha-Hoo-What? Swim Team Rebuked for Chant

Wha-Hoo-What? Swim Team Rebuked for Chant

The Dartmouth swimming and diving team has landed in hot water after a pre-meet chant last weekend raised eyebrows among some on campus. According to two members of the team,… Read more »

Professor Lind on Manchukuo

Professor Lind on Manchukuo

The Wall Street Journal has put together a 12-minute retrospective on the Japanese occupation of Manchuria during the Second World War and how its legacies continue to plague East Asian… Read more »

Democracy in Name Only

Democracy in Name Only

In recent weeks, there has been much debate about President Hanlon’s Moving Dartmouth Forward campaign and its implications for campus life. Ever since The Daily Dartmouth published its editorial calling… Read more »