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Threnody for Old School Dartmouth

Threnody for Old School Dartmouth

By Joe Rago ‘05 Editor’s Note: This piece was published in The Dartmouth Review on January 12, 2005. These days, ‘Old School’ seems to imply something out of time, archaic, like sitting… Read more »

An Obituary for Joe Rago ‘05

An Obituary for Joe Rago ‘05

Joseph Rago ‘05, former Editor-in-Chief of The Dartmouth Review and a Pulitzer Prize-winning member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board, passed away on Thursday, July 20 at his home… Read more »

The Beginning of the End

The Beginning of the End

The legendary T. S. Eliot wrote in his 1942 poem “Little Gidding:” What we call the beginning is often the end And to make and end is to make a… Read more »

Face-Off: In Favor of the Humanities

Face-Off: In Favor of the Humanities

As you stumble out of a pregame in the River headed towards Frat Row—your vision blurry not only from the alcohol, but also from the bright pastel shorts that seem… Read more »

Face-Off: The STEM Perspective

Face-Off: The STEM Perspective

October 2012. I sit down at my computer, open Google Docs, and type my name in the upper left corner. A one page paper on the illegitimacy of love at… Read more »

Great Professors: John Voight

Great Professors: John Voight

Editor’s Note: We spoke with Associate Professor of Mathematic John Voight about his role, his time at Dartmouth, and his interest in cryptography. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Just to start… Read more »

A Modern Education

A Modern Education

French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote in his 1762 Treatise on Education that “We are born weak, we need strength; helpless, we need aid; foolish, we need reason. All that we… Read more »

Liberty and Ideology

Liberty and Ideology

In his 1882 manuscript God and the State, Russian anarchist and philosopher Mikhail Bakunin wrote that “The liberty of man consists solely in this: that he obeys natural laws because… Read more »

Academic Rigor Mortis

Academic Rigor Mortis

“It is… a small college, and yet there are those who love it.” – Daniel Webster There are few things as central to Dartmouth’s self-conception as its size. Students are proud… Read more »

Dartmouth Admissions Strategy

Dartmouth Admissions Strategy

Ivy Day – for any unknowing readers – is the name of the day when all eight Ivy League institutions release their decisions, and it reminds me of a quote… Read more »