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Stop the Administration’s Expansion Plan

Stop the Administration’s Expansion Plan

In light of the College’s recent talks about the potential expansion of the student body, the administration has released two email addresses which people can contact to voice their opinions… Read more »

Thoughts from Hanover’s Fire Chief

Thoughts from Hanover’s Fire Chief

Amidst swirling controversy and argument about the meaning of tradition, the annual Homecoming bonfire went on as usual. As always, after just a few short weeks on campus, the class… Read more »

The Moscow Mueller

The Moscow Mueller

2 ounces Nemiroff 1 ounce fresh squeezed lie juice 4 ounces Ginger Beer Shake with ICE Garnish, serve in Copper Mug Shot It’s 2AM in the city full of creeps…. Read more »

The Ban-Ender

The Ban-Ender

The Ban-Ender 3 Keystone Lights, warm and half-foam 2 banned Jell-O shots that weren’t in the fridge long enough Buckets of sweat from an intense pong rally 1 cup of… Read more »

“Bridging the Divide”

“Bridging the Divide”

Last week at the University of Delaware, former Vice President Joe Biden and Governor John Kasich (R-OH) took part in event “Bridging the Divide” designed to find solutions to the… Read more »

GRID Shuts Down

GRID Shuts Down

The Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth (GRID) was shut down on July 1st with “no prior warning.” The closing marks an end to the institute’s controversial track record, which most… Read more »

A First-Person Perspective on the Events Surrounding the Homecoming Protests

A First-Person Perspective on the Events Surrounding the Homecoming Protests

Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by a member of Dartmouth’s DACA community, who requested anonymity to prevent potentially negative response to his opinions. A few days before homecoming and… Read more »

The Seal-Breaker

The Seal-Breaker

Ingredients 1 beer multiplied by 2 shots of cheap whiskey The week after Homecoming was a rough one for W.A Bénak, and not just because he had a hangover spanning… Read more »

Threnody for Old School Dartmouth

Threnody for Old School Dartmouth

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on January 12, 2005. These days, ‘Old School’ seems to imply something out of time, archaic, like sitting… Read more »

Something Wicked This Way Comes

Something Wicked This Way Comes

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on January 12, 2005. In December I attended a conference of conservative college journalists, which was square and… Read more »