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America at a Crossroads

America at a Crossroads

Dinesh D’Souza is no doubt a brilliant man. A talented orator and communicator, he has held his own against intellectual heavyweights such as the late Christopher Hitchens and stands as… Read more »

Leaks, Spies, and Lies, Oh My!

Leaks, Spies, and Lies, Oh My!

When many glance at Robert David Booth’s new work and read the “Counterintelligence” slab squared on the center of its cover, the glaring image of a Hollywood spy likely enthralls… Read more »

Operation: Stonewall

Operation: Stonewall

Imagine, if you will, a world in which corporations and government officials squash press freedom and investigative reporting. One could assume that this is how authoritarian regimes would behave, nations… Read more »

The Man Who Would Be Governor

The Man Who Would Be Governor

Paul LePage, Maine’s Governor, is a colorful—and controversial—political figure. His occasionally outrageous comments have undoubtedly gotten him into trouble with the press; Politico once called him “America’s Craziest Governor,” while… Read more »

Wha-Hoo-What? Swim Team Rebuked for Chant

Wha-Hoo-What? Swim Team Rebuked for Chant

The Dartmouth swimming and diving team has landed in hot water after a pre-meet chant last weekend raised eyebrows among some on campus. According to two members of the team,… Read more »

Professor Lind on Manchukuo

Professor Lind on Manchukuo

The Wall Street Journal has put together a 12-minute retrospective on the Japanese occupation of Manchuria during the Second World War and how its legacies continue to plague East Asian… Read more »

Free Markets and Climate Change Forum at Dartmouth

Free Markets and Climate Change Forum at Dartmouth

The Upper Valley Sierra Club, The Dartmouth Review, and the Environmental Studies Program at Dartmouth sponsored a forum on free market solutions to climate change, which took place on October… Read more »

An Extended Conversation with Jim Rubens

An Extended Conversation with Jim Rubens

Editor’s note: The Dartmouth Review had the pleasure of sitting down with former state senator and U.S. Senate candidate Jim Rubens. A liberty Republican, Rubens is a passionate and articulate… Read more »

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles, Part II: SAE, Kappa, and Tabard

Fraternity and Sorority Profiles, Part II: SAE, Kappa, and Tabard

Editor’s Note: In light of the overwhelming negative press coverage of the College’s Greek system in local and national publications, The Dartmouth Review seeks to introduce some positivity into the… Read more »

The Chiliad, Book II

The Chiliad, Book II

Here follows the catalogue of frat stars, demigods whose legends are sealed everlasting in the branches of the galaxy, whose chillness rivals the tundra of Thule, the pillars of fraternitas… Read more »