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The Review Reviews: Jewel of India

The Review Reviews: Jewel of India

On a warm, quiet Friday evening, Oral Stanfield, Pip Epiffany, and Sheriff Rick Grimes took a solemn saunter down Lebanon Street towards the staple of South Asian cuisine in Hanover,… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Molly’s Balloon

The Review Reviews: Molly’s Balloon

Introduction: At 6:00 PM on the Thursday of Green Key, Nick received a text from Jack, a young Review staffer with a hankering for some food. Being that it was… Read more »

Hands-On at College’s Art Workshops

Hands-On at College’s Art Workshops

In the spirit of Moving Dartmouth Forward, The Dartmouth Review would like to inform students of several sober extracurricular activities available on our newly dry campus. Please note that the… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Candela

The Review Reviews: Candela

The gang once again continues their quest to conquer the culinary establishments of New Hampshire’s Upper Valley, this time embarking on a long-awaited quest to Candela Tapas Lounge, an upscale… Read more »

The Devil in the Details of Diplomacy

The Devil in the Details of Diplomacy

William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick’s landmark novel, The Ugly American burst onto the American literary scene in 1958. With the tense early stages of the Cold War unfolding, Americans… Read more »

Cocktails with the Twisted Sisters

Cocktails with the Twisted Sisters

Not to be dramatic, but the Hard Alcohol Ban is the worst thing that has ever happened to us. Aside from the paternalistic and rights violating sentiment of the policy,… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Base Camp

The Review Reviews: Base Camp

At 6:17pm, Pip Epiffany, Oral Stanfield, and Sheriff Rick Grimes greet Ignatius J. Reilly, who has arrived, characteristically, 17 minutes after the agreed-upon time. This evening the gang dines at… Read more »

DDS: Open Minds, Upset Stomachs

DDS: Open Minds, Upset Stomachs

After a long Saturday afternoon of mimosas and NCAA basketball, Paul Allen, Luis Carruthers, and Timothy Bryce lurch into the Hopkins Center’s very own Courtyard Café. The line is unusually… Read more »

A Review of the Hood’s “Poseidon”

A Review of the Hood’s “Poseidon”

The image of a Greek god is one familiar to practically all Western-educated individuals; many are familiar with the intricate mythology of classical culture, its iconic pantheon of gods and… Read more »

Parks and Recreation: A Good Run

Parks and Recreation: A Good Run

Editor’s Note: This lighthearted reflection on Parks and Recreation was written by our dear friend peripherally associated contributor Ron Swanson, the outspoken libertarian former director of the Department of Parks… Read more »