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Reflections on the Frat Ban

Reflections on the Frat Ban

Editor’s Note: In this piece, several of our freshman contributors offer their thoughts on the freshman fraternity ban, which this year lasted until October 23. William J. Brandon During my… Read more »

Jack Stinson: Hanover Legend

Jack Stinson: Hanover Legend

A staple of Hanover and Dartmouth alike, Stinson’s Village Store and its proud owner, Jack Stinson have been an integral part of the Hanover community for years. As Mr. Stinson… Read more »

Dartmouth Dining Services Reform

Dartmouth Dining Services Reform

Dartmouth Dining Services is unpopular among the student body for its high costs and mandatory investment. All Dartmouth freshmen are compelled to buy the most expensive meal plan during their… Read more »

The Death of College Park?

The Death of College Park?

On October 19, I attended a focus group for the planning of the proposed dorms in College Park, which consisted of twenty undergraduate students (who responded to an open invitation… Read more »

Right vs. Left on Climate Change

Right vs. Left on Climate Change

This fall, Dartmouth College Republicans, along with the Dartmouth College Democrats, have planned and launched a series of bi-weekly dinner discussions centered on a variety of pressing topics. The series… Read more »

A Tragedy of Common Rooms

A Tragedy of Common Rooms

Three students sent in letters upon catching wind of rumblings that the College is interested in expanding its student body:     My name is Zachary Port, and I live… Read more »

An Obituary for Joe Rago ‘05

An Obituary for Joe Rago ‘05

Joseph Rago ‘05, former Editor-in-Chief of The Dartmouth Review and a Pulitzer Prize-winning member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board, passed away on Thursday, July 20 at his home… Read more »

Best Professors: Sergei Kan

Best Professors: Sergei Kan

The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Can you tell us a bit about your background and how you gained an interest in academia? Sergei Kan (SK): I was born in the Soviet… Read more »

Bored@Baker: End of an Era

Bored@Baker: End of an Era

Editor’s Note: In light of the permanent shutdown of the Bored@Baker website, we have decided to sit down with the website’s founder, who goes by the alias Jae Daemon, in… Read more »

Sexual Assault at Dartmouth

Sexual Assault at Dartmouth

During the 2012 election cycle, U.S. Representative Todd Akin infamously proclaimed, “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.” While… Read more »