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Dear Old Dartmouth in Review

Dear Old Dartmouth in Review

Editor’s Note: We at The Dartmouth Review collected thoughts from several seniors on the changes that occurred at Dartmouth in their three years’ tenure here and some words of wisdom… Read more »

An Unexpectedly Rigorous Summer

An Unexpectedly Rigorous Summer

Sophomore Summer, the time in a Dartmouth student’s career when they relax, hike, swim, tan, and skip class. When mentally preparing myself for this summer at Dartmouth, I asked a… Read more »

The Prouty: A Tradition of Charity

The Prouty: A Tradition of Charity

On July 10 and 11 of this summer, the thirty-fourth annual Prouty charity event dominated Hanover. Over 5000 participants and 1300 volunteers descended on Hanover to take part in events… Read more »

Beneath the Surface on Recruiting

Beneath the Surface on Recruiting

On August 11, Dartmouth’s Center for Professional Development (CPD) released its figures from this summer’s round of on-campus recruiting, and there were few surprises. A total of 258 students took… Read more »

Interviewing with Soldman Crachs

Interviewing with Soldman Crachs

-BEGIN MESSAGE- To: John.J.Johnson.17@dartmouth.edu Cc: GabrielleGonsales@soldmancrachs.com Subject: Upcoming Interview From: ChipShoulder@soldmancrachs.com Date: July 18, 2015 Dear Mr. Johnson, It is my pleasure to inform you that you have been selected… Read more »

Dock Blocked

Dock Blocked

Editor’s Note: Presented here is an article from the summer of 2010 about the end of a once storied Sophomore Summer legacy, Tubestock. The original article that is reprinted for… Read more »

The History of Sophomore Summer

The History of Sophomore Summer

Many Dartmouth students are aware of Sophomore Summer before they even matriculate. Many can remember gazing with awe upon the heaps of Keystone cans that litter Webster Avenue during their… Read more »

Keggy the Regulated Keg

Keggy the Regulated Keg

While most of the talk surrounding Moving Dartmouth Forward has centered on the hard alcohol ban, the recommendations spanned a variety of topics, including “Community Citizenship,” “Student Organization Standards and… Read more »

Whispers of the Past at the Cemetery

Whispers of the Past at the Cemetery

The Rev. John Maltby was born in 1727 in New Haven, Connecticut. After graduating from Yale College in 1747, Maltby became a renowned and well-traveled minister, spending a number of… Read more »

Thayer Shines Brightly With Students

Thayer Shines Brightly With Students

A long walk down Tuck Drive will bring you to Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering. Entering the MacLean Engineering Sciences Center — one of Thayer’s two buildings — we found… Read more »