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Interviewing with Soldman Crachs

Interviewing with Soldman Crachs

-BEGIN MESSAGE- To: John.J.Johnson.17@dartmouth.edu Cc: GabrielleGonsales@soldmancrachs.com Subject: Upcoming Interview From: ChipShoulder@soldmancrachs.com Date: July 18, 2015 Dear Mr. Johnson, It is my pleasure to inform you that you have been selected… Read more »

Dock Blocked

Dock Blocked

Editor’s Note: Presented here is an article from the summer of 2010 about the end of a once storied Sophomore Summer legacy, Tubestock. The original article that is reprinted for… Read more »

The History of Sophomore Summer

The History of Sophomore Summer

Many Dartmouth students are aware of Sophomore Summer before they even matriculate. Many can remember gazing with awe upon the heaps of Keystone cans that litter Webster Avenue during their… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Jewel of India

The Review Reviews: Jewel of India

On a warm, quiet Friday evening, Oral Stanfield, Pip Epiffany, and Sheriff Rick Grimes took a solemn saunter down Lebanon Street towards the staple of South Asian cuisine in Hanover,… Read more »

Inside the Mind of a House Professor

Inside the Mind of a House Professor

Editor’s note: Part of President Hanlon’s much promoted Moving Dartmouth Forward plan includes the reinstitution of House affiliations for all Dartmouth students. In early May, the College selected six professors… Read more »

A Conversation with Fribble

A Conversation with Fribble

In recent months, a commenter known as “fribble” has been making a name for himself in the comments sections of many articles from The Daily Dartmouth. The Dartmouth Review recently… Read more »

The Undying Allure of Clichés

The Undying Allure of Clichés

Telling the story of Dartmouth College is a tough task. The place is just small enough that most students feel like we can get a grasp of it before we… Read more »

Good-Bye to All That

Good-Bye to All That

In his debut book Privilege, a chronicle of the peculiar culture of Harvard and other elite schools, New York Times columnist Ross Douthat highlights a remarkable distinction between two types… Read more »

Tri-Delt Goes Local – We Should Help

Tri-Delt Goes Local – We Should Help

On January 19, 2015, The New York Times published an article titled “Sorority Anti-Rape Idea: Drinking on Own Turf.” The article expounded on the structure of college sororities and the… Read more »

College Announces Live-In Professors

College Announces Live-In Professors

As The Review has chronicled over the months since the Moving Dartmouth Forward address in Februaury, President Hanlon’s plan for residential life is to have clusters to which students will… Read more »