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Islam Awareness Week at Dartmouth

Islam Awareness Week at Dartmouth

During the end of winter term, Al-Nur — Dartmouth’s Muslim Students Association — conducted a campus survey on “Islam Awareness” through Blitz, offering a $10 gift card for its completion…. Read more »

Faith at Dartmouth: Vigor and Vestiges

Faith at Dartmouth: Vigor and Vestiges

Dartmouth College has a long and storied history; the college boasts a plethora of traditions and unique features by which it is known. To some we are just a mini… Read more »

Stonewalled: Parkhurst and the Press

Stonewalled: Parkhurst and the Press

Keen-eyed observers (as well as not-so-keen-eyed ones) will note that the last issue of The Review, entitled (ironically in hindsight) “Life Goes On,” lacks any mention of the Alpha Delta… Read more »

Mr. Asch Tells It All

Mr. Asch Tells It All

Few alumni show as much concern and interest in the affairs of Dartmouth College as prolific Dartblog writer and vigilante Mr. Joseph Asch ’79. The Yale Law School alumnu, Bain… Read more »

Tucker’s Divorce: Religion at Dartmouth

Tucker’s Divorce: Religion at Dartmouth

For decades the William Jewett Tucker Foundation has focused on “ethical leadership, rooted in service, spirituality, and social justice.” According to its website, Dartmouth’s Board of Trustees in 1951 charged… Read more »

At the Sexual Assault Symposium

At the Sexual Assault Symposium

For at least one segment of the Dartmouth community, the hard alcohol ban was not the most interesting result of Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF)’s new initiatives. At Dartmouth’s Fourth Annual… Read more »

In the Lions’ DEN

In the Lions’ DEN

While the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN) Innovation Center and New Venture Incubator opened its doors just this past fall, it has grown exponentially since its launch, bringing over twenty speakers… Read more »

Rounds Roulette

Rounds Roulette

During the last few weeks of last Winter term, rumor spread around campus that a new policy, consistent with other recent Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF) initiatives, would require undergraduate advisors… Read more »

The State of (Judicial) Affairs

The State of (Judicial) Affairs

So, it sounds like your fraternal organization screwed up. Perhaps you stand accused of breaking a few rules, of this or that type. The Administration is breaking down your door… Read more »

A Disappearance in the Hood

A Disappearance in the Hood

A pillar of Dartmouth’s artistic community is missing: Michael R. Taylor has left the Hood Museum under mysterious circumstances. Taylor was the Director and Chief Curator of the Hood Museum… Read more »