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Re-Education Camp Dartmouth

Re-Education Camp Dartmouth

Dartmouth’s chapter of the NAACP’s recently launched an initiative entitled #DoBetterDartmouth. The Review wholeheartedly believes that Dartmouth, its administration and its students, could do better in a multitude of ways…. 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 »

Dartmouth’s Days of “Skulpturkampf”

Dartmouth’s Days of “Skulpturkampf”

For the first time in three score and ten years, the Green remained uncrowned by the annual Winter Carnival snow sculpture until the very last minute.  As of late, this… Read more »

What’s in A Box: The Hood Museum’s Addition

What’s in A Box: The Hood Museum’s Addition

On Thursday, January 28, The Dartmouth Review sat down with Hood Director John Stomberg to discuss the planned addition to Dartmouth’s Hood Museum of Art.  TDR: Can you describe the… Read more »

The Man in the High Castle… The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

The Man in the High Castle… The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

As the opening credits flash across the screen, The Man in the High Castle seems to be real. This historical drama, based on the Philip K. Dick book of the… Read more »

Deal or No Deal on Iran with Sherman

Deal or No Deal on Iran with Sherman

Dartmouth students, with their busy academic, extracurricular, and social calendars, sometimes fail to take full advantage of the many speakers who grace this campus. When Daniel Benjamin, head of the… Read more »

Emily Yoffe Spurs Dialogue on Rape

Emily Yoffe Spurs Dialogue on Rape

Vox Daily and Vox Weekly blitzes, while always entertaining and often captivating, are rarely surprising. In the early days of October, this all changed. Under the events heading, peeking out… Read more »

Finding A Place at Dartmouth: Thoughts on Diversity Panels

Finding A Place at Dartmouth: Thoughts on Diversity Panels

When as a freshman I first began to check my Blitz account, I was puzzled by the myriad emails that cluttered my inbox. There was an email from some sort… Read more »

The History of Sophomore Summer

The History of Sophomore Summer

Many Dartmouth students are aware of Sophomore Summer before they even matriculate. Many can remember gazing with awe upon the heaps of Keystone cans that litter Webster Avenue during their… Read more »

Keggy the Regulated Keg

Keggy the Regulated Keg

While most of the talk surrounding Moving Dartmouth Forward has centered on the hard alcohol ban, the recommendations spanned a variety of topics, including “Community Citizenship,” “Student Organization Standards and… Read more »