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Free Markets and Climate Change Forum at Dartmouth

Free Markets and Climate Change Forum at Dartmouth

The Upper Valley Sierra Club, The Dartmouth Review, and the Environmental Studies Program at Dartmouth sponsored a forum on free market solutions to climate change, which took place on October… Read more »

Hockey Preview

Hockey Preview

MEN Three games into their regular season and ranked sixth in the Eastern Coast Athletic Conference (ECAC), the men’s hockey team currently holds a balanced 1-1-1 record. Under the leadership… Read more »

The PhD (Piled Higher and Deeper)

The PhD (Piled Higher and Deeper)

¾ oz Vodka ¾ oz Gin ½ oz Triple Sec ½ oz Lime Juice 1 Doctorate Degree Tenure It is Saturday night, near midnight. A group of Dartmouth professors gathers… Read more »

Cultural Appropriation Panel Reactions

Cultural Appropriation Panel Reactions

Editor’s note: Certain inter-community groups held a panel on October 27 to discuss the specter of “cultural appropriation,” with a theme of “Is My Halloween Costume Okay?” Four of our… Read more »

The Chiliad, Book II

The Chiliad, Book II

Here follows the catalogue of frat stars, demigods whose legends are sealed everlasting in the branches of the galaxy, whose chillness rivals the tundra of Thule, the pillars of fraternitas… Read more »

Keystone Bucket Challenge

Keystone Bucket Challenge

One bucket of Keystone Light beer Icy-cold resolve Thank you to Alpha Delta and Psi Upsilon for nominating me for the Keystone Bucket Challenge! I would like to nominate Sigma… Read more »

Palaeopitus Weighs In

Palaeopitus Weighs In

Early this week, the senior society Palaeopitus published an open letter to the Presidential Steering Committee encouraging it to “engage more meaningfully with the student body” and be “substantially more… Read more »

The Chilliad: Book I

The Chilliad: Book I

Sing, Muse, of the rage of Branford Wentworth, ’20, the Little of Chad McCoy, ’18 the greatest fratstar of all the legendary Greeks, the social chair of Alpha Gamma fraternity,… Read more »

Get Rid of “Exclusivity”

Get Rid of “Exclusivity”

On October 17th, Leif Harder published a guest column in The Dartmouth defending the alleged exclusivity of the Greek system. This is no new topic: complaints about the Greek system… Read more »

Midterm Mélange

Midterm Mélange

Two shots of absinthe A half-cooked, mostly-still-liquid FoCo cookie A shot of KAF espresso Procrastination It’s four in the morning. You’ve just woken up. After quickly calculating the time it… Read more »