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Election Triggers Protest at Dartmouth

Election Triggers Protest at Dartmouth

Late Tuesday night, when it became apparent Donald J. Trump would be the next President of the United States, a small group of students began to camp out on the… Read more »

The Dartmouth Radical

The Dartmouth Radical

Back in September, before the reality of this election set in, I saw a poster on a column in Novack advertising a panel discussion entitled, “Preventing Radicalization: What Works, What… Read more »

‘Member Progress & Tradition?

‘Member Progress & Tradition?

‘Member AD? ‘Member the Hood? ‘Member pledge term? ‘Member hard alcohol? ‘Member kegs? ‘Member hazing? ‘Member Tubestock?  ‘Member senior canes? ‘Member the Dartmouth Indian? ‘Member when there were no women… Read more »

A Letter to The President of Dartmouth College

A Letter to The President of Dartmouth College

Sir, Do not ask what you have done that I choose to write this letter, for you have done nothing. I merely seek to illuminate the root cause behind a… Read more »

The Case for Conservative Dissent On Campus

The Case for Conservative Dissent On Campus

Contrary to popular belief, being a conservative on a college campus does not mean hating every conceivable minority group. Conservative students do not hate women, they do not believe the… Read more »

The Dartmouth Glossary

The Dartmouth Glossary

ACTIVISM: Express mild disparagement to make yourself feel less earnest as you participate. The point is good feeling, not efficacy. APATHY: Thunder against. AUTHENTICITY: What you say in public is… Read more »

#Orlando Syllabus: Blame it on Phallogocentrism

#Orlando Syllabus: Blame it on Phallogocentrism

Dartmouth professor and queer theorist Eng-Beng Lim recently published an article titled “The #Orlando Syllabus” that describes a class centered around the evils of firearm ownership, Islamophobia, masculinity, and the… Read more »

The Virtue of Temperance

The Virtue of Temperance

Most Dartmouth students bridle at the mention of the word “temperance.” For some, it recalls the tyranny of the Prohibition era and the antiquated morality of the Puritans. For most,… Read more »

A New Era

A New Era

President Hanlon and Provost Denver’s recent message to the community regarding diversity and inclusivity formally marks the beginning of a new era at Dartmouth, with its own unique set of… Read more »

Respect and Political Correctness

Respect and Political Correctness

In the aftermath of the Do Better Dartmouth campaign, I wrote that it was not a college’s job to protect its students. This past week, a panel of learned men… Read more »