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Dartmouth’s Finest Classes

Dartmouth’s Finest Classes

ECON 26 – The Economics of Financial Intermediaries and Markets – Professor Meir Kohn B. Webb Harrington Econ 26 with Professor Kohn is more like evolutionary biology or detective work… Read more »

The Review Reviews: “1984”

The Review Reviews: “1984”

It is common for theatrical adaptations of books to be poor. But, it is rare that a theatrical adaptation of a book misses as much of the very point of… Read more »

An Interview with DIPP

An Interview with DIPP

Editor’s Note: Founded in 2007, the Dartmouth Investment and Philanthropy Program is a student run investment group that manages a $450,000 portfolio. Commonly referred to as DIPP, the program aims… Read more »

The Definitive History of Pong

The Definitive History of Pong

Pong is quintessentially “Dartmouth.” It links students of the past to the students of the present, and emphasizes the camaraderie that exists within the larger Dartmouth community. Whether he or… Read more »

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 »