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The Bishop

The Bishop

A fine crystal glass filled with Madeira A teaspoon of lemon juice A teaspoon of sugar A dash of nutmeg Don Pablo entered the hall three minutes late, but with… Read more »

The Big White Rally

The Big White Rally

Ice, ice baby Dying traditions Global warming President Phil Hanlon looked out across the melting snow, a frown breaking his normally apathetic expression. The world was coming to an end…. Read more »

Protesters Attack Trump’s Immigration Order

Protesters Attack Trump’s Immigration Order

A multitude of people poured onto the Dartmouth Green mid-day Saturday after Al Nur, the Muslim Student Association at Dartmouth College, emailed out about the event. The protesters, including students,… Read more »

The Smell of Treason in the Evening

The Smell of Treason in the Evening

1 bottle of Stolichnaya vodka 1 BIC lighter, rainbow-print design with a small hammer and sickle sticker 1 tremendously hand-sewn American flag (made in Trump’s America) Colonel Phil Hanlon ’69… Read more »

Rev. Sekou Speaks for MLK Day

Rev. Sekou Speaks for MLK Day

Unfortunately, Moore Theater was not filled to capacity on the evening of Monday, January 16th when the College and the community alike gathered to pay tribute to American hero Rev…. Read more »

2020: Ameer’s Dartmouth

2020: Ameer’s Dartmouth

Banned hard alcohol Dear Old Dartmouth, It is with great sadness that I write to you about the situation on the ground at Dartmouth College, the once great College on… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Sushi Ya

The Review Reviews: Sushi Ya

After a long and cold winter break, the Review is back once again with a restaurant review for your reading and eating pleasure. This time, the gang attends a traditional… Read more »

MAGA!

MAGA!

1 part Limiting Access to Abortion 2 parts Dirt-covered Hands of the Working Man 1 part “Marriage is between a man and a woman” Garnished with the Second Amendment Served… Read more »

Locker Room Talk

Locker Room Talk

Hurt Feelings Moral Superiority High Horses She used to be great. She’s still very cunning. I moved on her, actually. You know, she was down in Foggy Bottom. I moved… Read more »

Kyle Hendricks ’12 Helps Cubs Win World Series

Kyle Hendricks ’12 Helps Cubs Win World Series

The Chicago Cubs made history in the wee hours of Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 when they won the World Series for the first time in 108 years, ending the longest… Read more »