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Prohibition Destroys Dartmouth

Prohibition Destroys Dartmouth

On move-in day earlier this term, a Safety and Security officer casually remarked to a student that this was the first day of prohibition, or at least hard liquor prohibition,… Read more »

Dartmouth Students Protest for Baltimore

Dartmouth Students Protest for Baltimore

On Friday May 1, approximately 100 Dartmouth students marched in solidarity with the Baltimore riots. The protesters walked from Moore Hall, down Main Street Hanover, to Our Savior Lutheran Church,… Read more »

To Pick a President: The First in the Nation Summit

To Pick a President: The First in the Nation Summit

It has been said that Iowa picks corn, but New Hampshire picks presidents. And it is probably a good thing that it the Live Free or Die state, where a… Read more »

“Breathes There the Man”

“Breathes There the Man”

On April 3, a full ten days before the Organizational Adjudication Committee (OAC) handed down its decision to the brothers of Alpha Delta, AD’s house advisor Larry W. Weidner II… Read more »

2015 Commencement Speakers Announced

2015 Commencement Speakers Announced

In an email to campus earlier this morning, the 2015 Class Council announced this year’s commencement speaker and honorary degree recipients. Following on the heels of Shonda Rhimes’ widely acclaimed… Read more »

Hanlon “Derecognizes” Younger Self

Hanlon “Derecognizes” Younger Self

For the first time since 1799, Dartmouth President Philip Hanlon ’77 did not recognize an image of himself as a young man. “Jeez, get a load of this kid,” said… Read more »

Looking Forward at the DOC

Looking Forward at the DOC

Editor’s Note: This week, we had the opportunity to interview Hunter van Adelsberg ‘16, the President of the Dartmouth Outing Club. The recent developments regarding Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF) have… Read more »

Thrown Under the Syllabus

Thrown Under the Syllabus

Editor’s Note: A recent editorial in The Daily Dartmouth decried the fact that professors sometimes made students speak up in class and that medical exemptions for mental health must be… Read more »

Parks and Recreation: A Good Run

Parks and Recreation: A Good Run

Editor’s Note: This lighthearted reflection on Parks and Recreation was written by our dear friend peripherally associated contributor Ron Swanson, the outspoken libertarian former director of the Department of Parks… Read more »

Hanlon’s Experiential Learning Vision

Hanlon’s Experiential Learning Vision

The state of the liberal arts is near the top of the list of recurring themes in today’s chatter on higher education. It has become increasingly clear that complexity in… Read more »