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The Dartmouth is Wrong on North Korea

The Dartmouth is Wrong on North Korea

The Dartmouth’s asinine editorial train is running at full speed only days into winter term. “Addressing the Atrocities” – penned by Annika Park ’18 – takes an interesting stance on… Read more »

Ending the Greek System: Brave, or Easy?

Ending the Greek System: Brave, or Easy?

Well, it’s happened: The Daily Dartmouth’s editorial board has just decided that we ought to abolish the Greek system. There are, of course, valid concerns about our Greek system and… Read more »

Reviewing “Excellent Sheep”

Reviewing “Excellent Sheep”

This summer, I wrote a short response to William Deresiewicz’s July 21 New Republic article “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League.” On the whole, like those of many… Read more »

Reactions to Deresiewicz

Reactions to Deresiewicz

On July 21, former Yale professor William Deresiewicz published an article entitled “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League” in The New Republic. The past two weeks have seen… Read more »

A Conversation with Programming Board

A Conversation with Programming Board

On Friday night comes yet another Dartmouth tradition – the Programming Board concert on the Gold Coast lawn. This year’s event features Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco and Massachusetts-based rap duo… Read more »

The Discourse of Generality

The Discourse of Generality

On April first, the “Concerned Asian, Black, Latin@, Native, Undocumented, Queer, and Differently-Abled students at Dartmouth College” acted on their promise of “physical action” and remained in President Phil Hanlon… Read more »