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On The Scholar’s Mission

On The Scholar’s Mission

Dartmouth’s administration tells us that progress is the ultimate ambition of mankind. The Dartmouth Indian, a noble and most ancient symbol of The College’s heritage, was banned because of the… Read more »

“Avengers: Infinity War”: A Review

“Avengers: Infinity War”: A Review

In the Western film canon, few films can compete with Marvel’s new offering of The Avengers: Infinity War. Featuring over 20 characters, the movie could have lost track of its… Read more »

Examining the Historical Columbus

Examining the Historical Columbus

The politicization of America’s history has been popularized by protests surrounding monuments, statues, and dedications commemorating historical figures. As we at The Review have covered, Amherst College controversially eliminated any… Read more »

Review Reviews: Six South Street Bistro

Review Reviews: Six South Street Bistro

The foremost and often overlooked aspect of a restaurant review is first to make sure that said restaurant is open. The night started with a walk down Main Street, as… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Salt Hill Pub

The Review Reviews: Salt Hill Pub

After a long hiatus due to their impressively busy schedules, Gil Hanlon and Alfric Macallan reunited in the streets of Hanover and made their way towards a local watering hole… Read more »

“Hillbilly Elegy”: A Review

“Hillbilly Elegy”: A Review

Scrolling through post-election headlines, it is nearly impossible not to find countless think-pieces written by the left-leaning (or in some cases, right-leaning) media dedicated to explaining Donald Trump’s victory by… Read more »

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: A Review

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”: A Review

Background Almost no one realized it at the time, but Gilmore Girls was one of the most brilliant shows on the air. Set in the picturesque New England setting of… Read more »

“Brown Boys and Rice Queens”: A Review

“Brown Boys and Rice Queens”: A Review

The crossroad of homoeroticism, Asian theater, and Western imperialism is relatively uncharted in academia. Even though Eng-Beng Lim (Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) initially viewed such connections… 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 »

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 »