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Happy Founders Day, Kiddos!

Happy Founders Day, Kiddos!

As I peeled the knock-off red wax seal from my envelope, I made my way to the Allen reception area. Though I would not call some red balloons and a… Read more »

The Bill of (Student) Rights

The Bill of (Student) Rights

On Thursday, February 25, Student Assembly unveiled the Dartmouth College Students’ Bill of Rights and By-Laws. According to the first article, the bill seeks to facilitate communication and increase transparency… Read more »

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Charles Wheelan ’88 is a professor of Economics at the College. Wheelan is respected by his students for his work on economic systems and incentives, but he is also well… Read more »

The Diversity Debacle

The Diversity Debacle

Students of Dartmouth College are more than familiar with the school’s seemingly endless initiatives on diversity. From the ambiguity of OPAL to President Hanlon’s recent (and controversial) initiative on “Inclusive… Read more »

Great Professor Series: Susannah Heschel

Great Professor Series: Susannah Heschel

The Dartmouth Review has, on occasion, been accused of unnecessary negativity. In the spirit of promoting a better Dartmouth for future generations, we have decided to showcase those members of… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Days of “Skulpturkampf”

Dartmouth’s Days of “Skulpturkampf”

For the first time in three score and ten years, the Green remained uncrowned by the annual Winter Carnival snow sculpture until the very last minute.  As of late, this… Read more »

Canes of Dartmouth: A Forgotten Rite

Canes of Dartmouth: A Forgotten Rite

Canes at Dartmouth have a history that predates their role in commencement.  In the 18th and 19th centuries, canes were status symbols. The privilege to carry them was strictly reserved… Read more »

Behind the Administrative Curtain

Behind the Administrative Curtain

Dartmouth’s status as a private institution allows the college a large amount of freedom in the decisions it makes and the rules it implements. This means that the college has… Read more »

UGA Training: Behind Closed Doors

UGA Training: Behind Closed Doors

Dartmouth’s residential system is one of the least transparent student-oriented facets of the College. Considering the ubiquity of opaque bureaucracy in Hanover, that is truly a feat. Despite The Dartmouth… Read more »

Eyes Wide Open at the Protest

Eyes Wide Open at the Protest

“The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy.” Looking out over our shaken campus today, it’s uncanny to… Read more »