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Blasphème: The Skinny Pancake

Blasphème: The Skinny Pancake

After quite a long hiatus, The Review is back in business with its legendary review series as the gang makes their way over to one of Hanover’s newest additions, The… Read more »

Remembering A.G. Wilkins

Remembering A.G. Wilkins

Born on April 25, 1920, and raised in Denver, Aaron Gove Wilkins, known by most as “Gove,” entered Dartmouth in the fall of 1938 as a member of the class… Read more »

A Pearcing Experience

A Pearcing Experience

The Trip: Simon Pearce: perhaps best known in Hanover proper for its glassware shop on Main Street, the company operates a sit-down restaurant in Quechee, Vermont that our Review crew… Read more »

Travels in a Canoe

Travels in a Canoe

For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else.” It is with this philosophy that the gang once again make… Read more »

Breaking Murphy’s Law

Breaking Murphy’s Law

It was a bright, cold night in February, and the clocks were striking nineteen. Despite treacherous conditions as snowy Hanover thaws and refreezes into a literal slippery slope, the Review… Read more »

A Taste of Three Thais

A Taste of Three Thais

Editor’s Note: Due to the recent, sudden appearance of a third Thai restaurant in Hanover, we at the Review have decided to facilitate the process known as capitalism and provide… Read more »

A Tale of Two Tables

A Tale of Two Tables

It is half past six on a quiet Saturday evening in Hanover, and the company quietly files into the dark, almost oppressive atmosphere of Market Table, an oft-overlooked and locally… Read more »

Thirty Years of Krauthammer

Thirty Years of Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer-prize winner and nationally syndicated columnist, released in 2014 his book entitled Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics, a hand-picked collection of articles amassed… Read more »

Meet the New Spy, Same as the Old Spy

Meet the New Spy, Same as the Old Spy

Some say espionage is the world’s second oldest profession (I’ll let you guess the first).  Nonetheless, a loudening chorus in Western intelligence circles have questioned the need for old-fashioned spycraft… Read more »

A Second Look at our Second President

A Second Look at our Second President

John Adams is, in short, excellent. David McCullough’s tome is both a well-crafted narrative and a rich, historical account. In many ways, John Adams is a biography of the man… Read more »