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Fraternity and Sorority Profiles

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles

We at The Review offer these Greek house profiles as a general guide to those unversed in the ways of the mainstream Dartmouth social scene. Every description should be taken… Read more »

Dartmouth Reacts to the Debate

Dartmouth Reacts to the Debate

On Monday, September 26, 2016, eighty-four million viewers tuned into the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Hofstra University. The ratings surpassed the previous record held… Read more »

The Morton Fire

The Morton Fire

In his 1940 essay “Inside the Whale,” George Orwell explained that “So much of left-wing thought is a kind of playing with fire by people who don’t even know that… Read more »

A History of Opposition

A History of Opposition

Student and faculty opposition to Dartmouth’s administration is nothing new. Throughout the school’s history, the student body, faculty, and other stakeholder groups have reasserted themselves in the face of an… Read more »

Harvardization: Then and Now

Harvardization: Then and Now

Editor’s Note: This is an expansion and amplification of Mr. Chen’s “Harvardization, Then and Now” report published two years ago. The Trend to Research University In April 1996, under the… Read more »

A Review of the Radical

A Review of the Radical

Another year at Dartmouth, another Disorientation Guide. Our esteemed colleagues at The Dartmouth Radical (which has not published a print issue in approximately two years) and The Action Collective have… Read more »

Traditions Not Taught at Orientation

Traditions Not Taught at Orientation

Editor’s Note: The following are obscure aspects of Dartmouth history and tradition that have an observable impact on the College in the present day. It is in no way a… Read more »

A History of (Re)Activism

A History of (Re)Activism

The history of recent protests at the College can be summarized by a quote from its most famous alumnus: “from there to here / and here to there / funny… Read more »

The Dartmouth Glossary

The Dartmouth Glossary

ACTIVISM: Express mild disparagement to make yourself feel less earnest as you participate. The point is good feeling, not efficacy. APATHY: Thunder against. AUTHENTICITY: What you say in public is… Read more »

Great Professors: Hakan Tell

Great Professors: Hakan Tell

Hakan Tell is an Associate Professor of Classics at the College specializing in Greek literature. He is renowned for his intensive Ancient Greek class, in which students new to the… Read more »