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Face-Off: The STEM Perspective

Face-Off: The STEM Perspective

October 2012. I sit down at my computer, open Google Docs, and type my name in the upper left corner. A one page paper on the illegitimacy of love at… Read more »

Great Professors: John Voight

Great Professors: John Voight

Editor’s Note: We spoke with Associate Professor of Mathematic John Voight about his role, his time at Dartmouth, and his interest in cryptography. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Just to start… Read more »

Undergraduate Research at Dartmouth

Undergraduate Research at Dartmouth

When in college, research opportunities are seemingly everywhere, and at Dartmouth, opportunities abound, even for young undergraduates who have not yet completed a major course of study. Research can be… Read more »

Parkhurst Needs to Retake Econ 001

Parkhurst Needs to Retake Econ 001

One surprisingly warm January night in Hanover, Marcus, Shawn, and Jonny found themselves sauntering across campus in eager anticipation. It was Friday, the weekend had finally arrived, and each young… Read more »

“Our Revolution”: A Review

“Our Revolution”: A Review

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Bernie Sanders publicized himself as a novel, revolutionary public servant; while other politicians collude with special interest groups behind closed… Read more »

A History of Hazing

A History of Hazing

Every year from August 3-12, the rising ninth grade class of my alma mater, St. Mark’s School of Texas, leave their meticulously manicured campus on large Greyhound buses. Accompanied by… Read more »