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Early Decision Admissions Hits Record Numbers

Early Decision Admissions Hits Record Numbers

Reports released by the Office of Admissions in mid-December revealed that Dartmouth’s early decision numbers hit a record high this year. Out of a pool of 1859, exactly 483 students… Read more »

The Dartmouth is Wrong on North Korea

The Dartmouth is Wrong on North Korea

The Dartmouth’s asinine editorial train is running at full speed only days into winter term. “Addressing the Atrocities” – penned by Annika Park ’18 – takes an interesting stance on… Read more »

Hanover Police Announce Changes to Underage Drinking Policy

Hanover Police Announce Changes to Underage Drinking Policy

The Hanover Police Department has significantly altered its policy regarding underage students hospitalized for intoxication, according to statements offered by police chief Charlie Dennis in an interview with Dartblog editor… Read more »

Professor Lind on Manchukuo

Professor Lind on Manchukuo

The Wall Street Journal has put together a 12-minute retrospective on the Japanese occupation of Manchuria during the Second World War and how its legacies continue to plague East Asian… Read more »

Stark Risks and Reasons for Hope in Fraternity Life

Stark Risks and Reasons for Hope in Fraternity Life

The national conversation surrounding sexual assault on college campuses, punctuated over the past months by the plight of the mattress-bearing Columbia student and new policies at Harvard and in California… Read more »

Dartmouth Flies by Cornell

Dartmouth Flies by Cornell

Dartmouth won a big game at Cornell coming off of a disappointing loss against unbeaten Harvard at home the week before. The offense put up 583 yards and 42 points in… Read more »

Incident at Rick Perry Event Draws National Attention

Incident at Rick Perry Event Draws National Attention

A Sunday night event hosted by the College Republicans involving a talk with Texas Governor Rick Perry has sparked nationwide controversy after a series of remarks were made by several… Read more »

Palaeopitus Weighs In

Palaeopitus Weighs In

Early this week, the senior society Palaeopitus published an open letter to the Presidential Steering Committee encouraging it to “engage more meaningfully with the student body” and be “substantially more… Read more »

Interview with the Steering Committee Chair

Interview with the Steering Committee Chair

I emailed Barbara Will, chair of the Presidential Steering Committee, with some questions. Reluctant to divulge “anything concrete” to the media, she was instead willing to discuss the Committee’s “process”…. Read more »

Yik Yak Supports the Greek System

Yik Yak Supports the Greek System

The day the faculty vote to abolish the Greek system went public, one of the ways students reacted was via Yik Yak, a mobile application that allows anonymous posting. Users… Read more »