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Prohibition Destroys Dartmouth

Prohibition Destroys Dartmouth

On move-in day earlier this term, a Safety and Security officer casually remarked to a student that this was the first day of prohibition, or at least hard liquor prohibition,… Read more »

Islam Awareness Week at Dartmouth

Islam Awareness Week at Dartmouth

During the end of winter term, Al-Nur — Dartmouth’s Muslim Students Association — conducted a campus survey on “Islam Awareness” through Blitz, offering a $10 gift card for its completion…. Read more »

Dartmouth Students Protest for Baltimore

Dartmouth Students Protest for Baltimore

On Friday May 1, approximately 100 Dartmouth students marched in solidarity with the Baltimore riots. The protesters walked from Moore Hall, down Main Street Hanover, to Our Savior Lutheran Church,… Read more »

At the Sexual Assault Symposium

At the Sexual Assault Symposium

For at least one segment of the Dartmouth community, the hard alcohol ban was not the most interesting result of Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF)’s new initiatives. At Dartmouth’s Fourth Annual… Read more »

Archaeology in Israel

Archaeology in Israel

From 1996 to 1999, the Muslim Waqf illegally constructed the subterranean el-Marwani Prayer Hall as an extension of the al-Aqsa mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount. The construction took place in… Read more »

Touched the Fire

Touched the Fire

Has the fire touched you? The Fire has touched us all in many ways: its sense of community has bonded us with our respective classes, its tradition has tied us… Read more »

The Single-Sex Greek System

The Single-Sex Greek System

Over Homecoming, the Class Connections program hosted social events between current students and alumni. At one such event, an alumnus read a list of defunct traditions as part of an… Read more »

The College on the Hill

The College on the Hill

Dartmouth College is unique among its peers in the Ivy League, not simply because of the myriad cultural differences, but due to one, simple word: “College.” Unlike the other Ivy… Read more »

Kuster ’78 Advocates Political Involvment

Kuster ’78 Advocates Political Involvment

On Sunday, September 21, one of the multiple members of Congress who bear the distinction of having graduated from Dartmouth visited her alma mater. Ann McLane Kuster, of New Hampshire’s… Read more »

Israeli Issues at Dartmouth

Israeli Issues at Dartmouth

Multiple Israeli-Palestinan activist groups are active on Dartmouth’s campus. Dartmouth students pay an extraordinary amount of attention to the Israel-Palestine conflict, far more than expected for a small rural New… Read more »