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The Rolling Stone That Gathered Moss

The Rolling Stone That Gathered Moss

Few bands or musicians have inspired a body of literature as extensive as the one devoted to the Rolling Stones. The prolific band’s longevity is anomalous, given the short-lived careers… Read more »

Documenting the Undocumented

Documenting the Undocumented

If there’s one anecdote I can use to illustrate Mark Steyn’s writing style and worldview, there’s the sinking of the Costa Concordia back in 2012.  (The Italian cruise liner had… Read more »

America at a Crossroads

America at a Crossroads

Dinesh D’Souza is no doubt a brilliant man. A talented orator and communicator, he has held his own against intellectual heavyweights such as the late Christopher Hitchens and stands as… Read more »

Leaks, Spies, and Lies, Oh My!

Leaks, Spies, and Lies, Oh My!

When many glance at Robert David Booth’s new work and read the “Counterintelligence” slab squared on the center of its cover, the glaring image of a Hollywood spy likely enthralls… Read more »

Operation: Stonewall

Operation: Stonewall

Imagine, if you will, a world in which corporations and government officials squash press freedom and investigative reporting. One could assume that this is how authoritarian regimes would behave, nations… Read more »

The Man Who Would Be Governor

The Man Who Would Be Governor

Paul LePage, Maine’s Governor, is a colorful—and controversial—political figure. His occasionally outrageous comments have undoubtedly gotten him into trouble with the press; Politico once called him “America’s Craziest Governor,” while… Read more »

Indian Classical Music Comes to Hanover

Indian Classical Music Comes to Hanover

Editor’s Note: Indian classical music is one of the world’s oldest and most systematically developed genres of music. However, many Westerners are, unfortunately, unfamiliar with it aside from certain pop… Read more »

Reviewing “Excellent Sheep”

Reviewing “Excellent Sheep”

This summer, I wrote a short response to William Deresiewicz’s July 21 New Republic article “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League.” On the whole, like those of many… Read more »

Reviewing “Confessions”

Reviewing “Confessions”

I can vividly recall the day I first heard the name “Andrew Lohse.” It was in the spring of my senior year of high school, and like many Dartmouth Early… Read more »

Book Review of “She Can Fly”

Book Review of “She Can Fly”

Dartmouth is our introduction to serious personal responsibility. This leads us to think about most everything in the context of the College. We discuss alcoholism framed around College adults, sexual… Read more »