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Ban the Can, Tap the Keg

Ban the Can, Tap the Keg

In the years since Dartmouth distanced itself from its erstwhile official Indian mascot, an anthropomorphic beer keg, aptly named, “Keggy,” has served as an unofficial mascot of sorts for the… Read more »

The First Reform

The First Reform

Recently, there has been a quite a lot of talk about – well – talk on the Dartmouth campus. In the days since the Freedom Budget protests, “discourse” has emerged… Read more »

A Progressive Phiasco

A Progressive Phiasco

The Australian political theorist, Kenneth Minogue, once observed about an adversary that his tendency to correct fictitious missteps made him “a pyromaniac in a field of straw men.” It would… Read more »

Rethinking Student Wages

Rethinking Student Wages

John Smith*, a member of the Class of 2017, didn’t know the true meaning of warmth until his sophomore year of high school. Sitting unwashed in a modest apartment with… Read more »

Kemeny, Hanlon, Computers & The World

Kemeny, Hanlon, Computers & The World

Friday, January 11th marked the first public appearance of Dr. Phil Hanlon ’77 as President-Elect of Dartmouth College. After brief introductions by Interim President Folt and Trustee Board Chairman Steve… Read more »

Stop the Presses!

Stop the Presses!

Somewhere down the road, the powers-that-be decided that a place on the national stage is good for the College. President Kim fully embraced this philosophy during his tenure, increasing the… Read more »

Corrupting the Minds of the Youth

Corrupting the Minds of the Youth

By Adam I. W. Schwartzman Let me play Meletus for a moment—“Concerned Students of Dartmouth” no doubt consider themselves the Socratic gadfly the College needs. The group, which is led… Read more »