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Fighting Campus Injustice with FIRE

Fighting Campus Injustice with FIRE

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization with the mission of defending free speech and due process rights of college students and faculty from all across… Read more »

Phiesta Redux at UC Santa Cruz

Phiesta Redux at UC Santa Cruz

According to Campus Reform, one of UC Santa Cruz’s residential colleges recently found itself in a similar situation to the Dartmouth Greek houses (Phi Delta Alpha and Alpha Phi) that attempted… Read more »

University of Michigan Football Coach Helps Resolve “American Sniper” Controversy

University of Michigan Football Coach Helps Resolve “American Sniper” Controversy

The ongoing conflict between students’ freedom of expression and their perceived right not to be offended made its presence felt at the University of Michigan this week, as a planned… Read more »

On Fees and Fines

On Fees and Fines

In 2014, Dartmouth attained the dubious distinction of being the ninth most expensive college in the United States, according to data compiled by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Among its… Read more »

The Old Breed in a New Century

The Old Breed in a New Century

While the Second World War has been written about as extensively as any armed conflict in human history, far more of the available literature is devoted to histories of famous… Read more »

Reviewing “Confessions”

Reviewing “Confessions”

I can vividly recall the day I first heard the name “Andrew Lohse.” It was in the spring of my senior year of high school, and like many Dartmouth Early… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Greek Life Makes Newsweek

Dartmouth’s Greek Life Makes Newsweek

In last week’s edition of Newsweek, editors Abigail Jones ’02 and Alexander Nazaryan ’02 published an article on the issue of binge drinking at top colleges across the country. Although it… Read more »

Wall Street Journal Discusses Dartmouth Greek Life

Wall Street Journal Discusses Dartmouth Greek Life

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Douglas Belkin prominently featured Dartmouth and its Greek system within a discussion of nationwide attitudes towards affiliated life and campus sexual assault. Specifically,… Read more »

Excellent WSJ Op-Ed on Ideological Conformity

Excellent WSJ Op-Ed on Ideological Conformity

On Sunday 11, the Wall Street Journal ran an excellent opinion piece by Harvard Professor Ruth Wisse on the problems created at universities by obsessive political correctness. While she did not… Read more »

The SPSCA Meets

The SPSCA Meets

On Friday, April 4th, the Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault (SPCSA) presented its “Third Annual Symposium on Sexual Assault at Dartmouth College”. Taking place over the course of… Read more »