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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 »

Inter-Community Groups Host Cultural Appropriation Panel

Inter-Community Groups Host Cultural Appropriation Panel

On Monday, October 27, La Alianza Latina, Native Americans at Dartmouth, the Pan Asian Council, the Afro-American Society, Dartmouth Spectra, and the Inter-Community Council hosted a panel discussion on cultural… Read more »

Setting the Record Straight: Safety and Security Walks Back Curfew

Setting the Record Straight: Safety and Security Walks Back Curfew

The Daily Dartmouth reports that Safety and Security will not implement the proposed curfew policy that would shut down parties at 1 AM on weeknights and 2 AM on weekends…. Read more »

Harvard Law Professors Reject Sexual Assault Policy

Harvard Law Professors Reject Sexual Assault Policy

28 members of the Harvard Law School have published an open letter in the Boston Globe decrying the University’s new sexual assault policy. Partly in response to a Title IX… Read more »

Nobody Rages Anymore: Administration to Enforce Curfew

Nobody Rages Anymore: Administration to Enforce Curfew

The administration has made it clear that change is coming, and a new “curfew” rule is the first of many more likely to come. Beginning this Homecoming Weekend, Safety and… Read more »

Defending “Men of Dartmouth”

Defending “Men of Dartmouth”

Last week, The Daily Dartmouth published an editorial attacking those who sing “Men of Dartmouth,” calling them “hostile to the presence of women on campus” and recalling the alma mater’s… Read more »

The disOrientator

The disOrientator

-1 unopened can of Keystone Lite, found in a frat dumpster -The last dregs from a handle of Smirnoff, left over from the pregame that just ended -The duty-free bottle… Read more »

Harvard Students: US Greater Threat to World Peace than ISIS

Harvard Students: US Greater Threat to World Peace than ISIS

The United States is a greater threat to world peace than ISIS is, according to Harvard students interviewed by Campus Reform. These students find that the radical Islamist terrorists known… Read more »

The Disorienting Guide: Disturbed Freshmen Have Occidents

The Disorienting Guide: Disturbed Freshmen Have Occidents

Autumn in the Upper Valley is a season unequalled for its serenity and vivid coloration. The temperatures shift gently down from summer’s harsh sear into a sweet zone before the… Read more »