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Shades of Conservatism: Conservative Identity at Dartmouth College

Shades of Conservatism: Conservative Identity at Dartmouth College

The third week of my freshman year, I was sitting in Brace Commons working on homework when a stranger approached me. As a ’20, it was typical to meet random… Read more »

Anti-Semitism and its Lessons

Anti-Semitism and its Lessons

The debate over the connection between anti-Israel sentiment and anti-Semitism suffers from a fundamental disagreement over the nature of anti-Semitism. The common conception of anti-Semitism is that it is a… Read more »

Setting the Record Straight on Israel

Setting the Record Straight on Israel

Editor’s Note: This editorial is in response to a column in The Dartmouth entitled “Israel is Not Above Reproach,” by Isaac Green ’17. I would like to set the record… Read more »

A Flag for Our Nation

A Flag for Our Nation

“When our land is illumined with Liberty’s smile, If a foe from within strike a blow at her glory, Down, down with the traitor that dares to defile The flag… Read more »

A Letter to the Vice Provost

A Letter to the Vice Provost

Dear Vice Provost Ameer, To the casual observer, it may appear that the editors and staff of The Review have no great love for you. Over the course of your… Read more »

Trump: An Old Media Candidate

Trump: An Old Media Candidate

As journalists entered their Midtown offices on November 9 with fair-trade soy lattes in one hand, and tissues in the other, all they could ask themselves is how could this… Read more »

A Sane Reply to a Violent Editorial

A Sane Reply to a Violent Editorial

The New Year brings with it a new term, new snow upon the hills of Hanover, and, of course, a new President in Donald J. Trump. But the more things… Read more »

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

A great many thinkpieces and “hot takes” will be written about the outcome of Tuesday’s election. What else should be expected in the aftermath of the greatest political upset in… Read more »

Look Evil in the Eye

Look Evil in the Eye

The audience sat silently, the men’s heads tilted against their starched collars, the women’s faces nestled in luxurious fur. A skinny man with round spectacles stood before them, lecturing in… Read more »

The Dartmouth Radical

The Dartmouth Radical

Back in September, before the reality of this election set in, I saw a poster on a column in Novack advertising a panel discussion entitled, “Preventing Radicalization: What Works, What… Read more »