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Something Wicked This Way Comes

Something Wicked This Way Comes

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on January 12, 2005. In December I attended a conference of conservative college journalists, which was square and… Read more »

All That Remains

All That Remains

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on September 20, 2004. Jeffrey Immelt ’78 was the keynote speaker at the past Commencement; as a loyal… Read more »

Shut Up, I Explained

Shut Up, I Explained

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on September 20, 2004. Amid the paraphernalia that’s accumulated in our offices over the past twenty-five years, there’s… Read more »

Reconsidering David McLaughlin.

Reconsidering David McLaughlin.

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on October 18, 2004. David Thomas McLaughlin passed away in August. He was a member of the Class… Read more »

Joe Rago, A Model Writer – By Emily Esfahani Smith ‘09

Joe Rago, A Model Writer – By Emily Esfahani Smith ‘09

By Emily Esfahani Smith ‘09 Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of The Dartmouth Review By the time I joined The Dartmouth Review as a staffer in the fall of 2005, just a few months after… Read more »

Kangaroo Joe

Kangaroo Joe

By Adam I. W. Schwartzman ‘13 In February 2011, the Wall Street Journal editorial board curated a list of their all-time favorite films. One editor chose Ben-Hur. Others, On the… Read more »

Joe Rago: A Brilliant Mind

Joe Rago: A Brilliant Mind

 As editor of The Dartmouth Review, and now The New Criterion, I have heard the voices of many Dartmouth writers and editors “with the hill winds in their breath.” Joe… Read more »

Joe Rago, A Loyal Son of the College – By Peter Robinson ‘79

Joe Rago, A Loyal Son of the College – By Peter Robinson ‘79

By Peter Robinson ‘79 Trustee Emeritus As editor of The Dartmouth Review, Joe Rago ’05 prevented the newspaper from becoming a mere outlet for outrage and provocation—as risk to the… Read more »

Joe Rago, A Generous and Loving Friend – By Nicholas Desai

Joe Rago, A Generous and Loving Friend – By Nicholas Desai

By Nicholas Desai Strange as it may sound, I never knew, until I met Joe, that articles on important subjects didn’t have to be earnest, plodding, and pious; that erudition… Read more »

Vote Yes on Article 9

Vote Yes on Article 9

This Tuesday on May 9, the town of Hanover will host its annual town meeting balloting at Hanover High School. While Dartmouth students typically do not take much of an… Read more »