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ROTC at Dartmouth

ROTC at Dartmouth

You see us around campus, sometimes in your class, and if you are a varsity athlete or morning-runner, you will see us wandering wearily in small groups in the direction… Read more »

Is the Password “Swordfish”?

Is the Password “Swordfish”?

Imagine, if you will, one day where the planet’s hackers have free rein.  What could possibly go wrong?  One could look at everything involving computers these days: water treatment centers,… Read more »

An Interview With Phil Klay

An Interview With Phil Klay

In the summer of 2004, Phil Klay attended Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia. Less than three years before, September 11th occurred the very year he had started school at… Read more »

A Brief History of Natives at Dartmouth

A Brief History of Natives at Dartmouth

Editor’s Note: This piece is intended as an historical exploration of the facts pertaining to the early history of Native American students at Dartmouth. Many conflicting views are explored, and… Read more »

Rethinking Sexual Assault Policy

Rethinking Sexual Assault Policy

Recently, Dartmouth has been plagued by a string of attack ads run by UltraViolet that have claimed the College has a “rape problem.” Timed to coincide with the period in… Read more »

Recruiting the Best Faculty

Recruiting the Best Faculty

Dartmouth’s commitment to attracting and retaining its exceptional faculty is fundamental to the institution’s success. While most research universities are primarily focused on hiring the best scholars and most liberal… Read more »

Housing Changes at the College

Housing Changes at the College

On March 21st, the Chair of Dartmouth’s Board of Trustees, Steve Mandel, announced the College’s intention to make sweeping reforms to the undergraduate housing system. The proposal, once enacted, would… Read more »

Help! Medic!

Help! Medic!

On the afternoon of April 12, a disaster that authorities have termed a “vehicle ejection incident” occurred in front of Mass Row, leaving about twenty casualties.  Some shrieked piteously, “Help… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Ersatz Elections

Dartmouth’s Ersatz Elections

Last month, the last of almost nine thousand ballots were submitted in an election in which a slate of candidates was elected handily, each receiving well over eighty percent of… Read more »

The “I” Word At Dartmouth

The “I” Word At Dartmouth

On April 2, 2013, the Associated Press dropped the usage of the phrase “illegal immigrant” from its stylebook, citing its unwillingness to continue its use of “illegal” to describe a… Read more »