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On Sanctuary Campuses

On Sanctuary Campuses

Ten days after the election of Donald J. Trump, Portland State University and Reed College became the first declared “sanctuary campuses” in the United States. To date, seven additional colleges… Read more »

An Interview with James Bartholomew

An Interview with James Bartholomew

James Bartholomew is a British journalist and author currently based in London. His famous book The Welfare State We’re In deals with the welfare states of the globe and how… Read more »

A Conversation with Kelly Ayotte

A Conversation with Kelly Ayotte

The Dartmouth Review sat down with United States Senator Kelly Ayotte, when she came to Dartmouth to campaign for her reelection. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Your Senate race against Maggie… Read more »

An Interview with Carol Swain

An Interview with Carol Swain

Editor’s Note: Carol Swain is a nationally renowned conservative political scientist, former television host, and professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University. Before joining the Vanderbilt faculty in… Read more »

New Hampshire Primary

New Hampshire Primary

On September 13, 2016, New Hampshire held its down ballot (i.e. all offices besides the presidency) primaries. The primary was marked by low turnout, especially on the Democratic side, which… Read more »

America’s Racist: David Duke Exposed

America’s Racist: David Duke Exposed

Notorious racist and former Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke is back in the news. The one-term Louisiana state representative is now making a bid for the… Read more »

Harvey Silverglate on FIRE

Harvey Silverglate on FIRE

Editor’s note: Harvey Silverglate is an attorney and one of the co-founders of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).  The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Do you think faculty should… Read more »

First Blood in the Primaries

First Blood in the Primaries

Republicans It seems like a lifetime ago: this time last year, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was leading the polls in Iowa. He was fresh off of a strong performance at… Read more »

Candidates Descend for First in the Nation Summit

Candidates Descend for First in the Nation Summit

At 6 AM on a Saturday morning, three tired members of The Review and two companions wearily awoke. They then proceeded to drive two hours to Nashua. What could so… Read more »

Behind Enemy Lines in Vermont

Behind Enemy Lines in Vermont

Editor’s Note: The following is a semi-accurate account of a Ted Cruz for President campaign trip to Vermont. Details may have been embellished or exaggerated for comedic effect. Thursday, October… Read more »