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Cracking Down on Theft

Cracking Down on Theft

In response to increasing rates of theft, Dartmouth Dining Services (DDS) has enacted new anti-theft measures in the past couple weeks. The rear exit of the Collis Cafe has been… Read more »

Harvard Law Professors Reject Sexual Assault Policy

Harvard Law Professors Reject Sexual Assault Policy

28 members of the Harvard Law School have published an open letter in the Boston Globe decrying the University’s new sexual assault policy. Partly in response to a Title IX… Read more »

Nobody Rages Anymore: Administration to Enforce Curfew

Nobody Rages Anymore: Administration to Enforce Curfew

The administration has made it clear that change is coming, and a new “curfew” rule is the first of many more likely to come. Beginning this Homecoming Weekend, Safety and… Read more »

Dartmouth Rolls Past Yale

Dartmouth Rolls Past Yale

It was the 100th anniversary of the Yale Bowl, but Dartmouth Big Green were the ones that was celebrating in New Haven after the game was over. The Big Green… Read more »

Frats are Frats: A Response to The Dartmouth’s “Frat Enough or Nah?”

Frats are Frats: A Response to The Dartmouth’s “Frat Enough or Nah?”

Fraternity. Sorority. Certain words inherently invoke certain meanings. The word ‘fraternity’ is derived from the Latin word ‘frater,’ meaning brother. Likewise, ‘sorority’ is derived from the Latin word “soror,’ meaning… Read more »

Defending “Men of Dartmouth”

Defending “Men of Dartmouth”

Last week, The Daily Dartmouth published an editorial attacking those who sing “Men of Dartmouth,” calling them “hostile to the presence of women on campus” and recalling the alma mater’s… Read more »

Football: Close Victory Over Yale

Football: Close Victory Over Yale

Coming into the game on October 11, both teams were riding on a great deal of momentum. The Dartmouth Big Green had successfully handled business in their Ivy League opener… Read more »

Harvard Students: US Greater Threat to World Peace than ISIS

Harvard Students: US Greater Threat to World Peace than ISIS

The United States is a greater threat to world peace than ISIS is, according to Harvard students interviewed by Campus Reform. These students find that the radical Islamist terrorists known… Read more »

Consent Policy in California

Consent Policy in California

On September 28, California’s Governor Jerry Brown gave his assent to a bill that proposed to require (on threat of withheld funding) all of the Golden State’s universities to craft… Read more »

Dartmouth Dominates Penn in Football

Dartmouth Dominates Penn in Football

The Dartmouth Big Green won big in their Ivy League opener at home on Saturday, handily defeating conference rival Penn 31-13, and restoring momentum to a program with big expectations… Read more »