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Remembering A.G. Wilkins

Remembering A.G. Wilkins

Born on April 25, 1920, and raised in Denver, Aaron Gove Wilkins, known by most as “Gove,” entered Dartmouth in the fall of 1938 as a member of the class… Read more »

Fleeced by the FSPs

Fleeced by the FSPs

The mere mention of the words “FSP” or “LSA” conjures images of the Champs-Elysees and St. Peter’s Basilica in the minds of Dartmouth students. These off-campus programs are some of… Read more »

Library of Congress Succumbs to “I-Word” Protesters

Library of Congress Succumbs to “I-Word” Protesters

Recently, the Library of Congress has decided that the term “illegal immigrant” is, as Orwell might put it, doubleplusungood.  Upon the urging of some students at Dartmouth College, the Library… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part II

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part II

Previously, The Review published the first part of a two-part series chronicaling the greatest athletes to ever graduate from Dartmouth.  The following five athletes  constitute the latter half of this… Read more »

“O Tempora, O Mores!”: Fifty Years at Dartmouth with Prof. Edward Bradley

“O Tempora, O Mores!”: Fifty Years at Dartmouth with Prof. Edward Bradley

The average Dartmouth student spends four years at the College. While students in recent years have experienced many startling events, few are able to appreciate the broader changes that take… Read more »

Many Thousand Sunsets

Many Thousand Sunsets

When John Ledyard took his last stroll to the banks of the Connecticut in 1773, he probably felt his Dartmouth dream dying as he walked. During his year as a… Read more »

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Great Professors: Charles Wheelan

Charles Wheelan ’88 is a professor of Economics at the College. Wheelan is respected by his students for his work on economic systems and incentives, but he is also well… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth’s Top Ten Athletes, Part I

Dartmouth is first and foremost a highly regarded academic institution. With Ivy league prestige and widespread alumni making a difference around the world, people sometimes forget that dartmouth has a… Read more »

The Diversity Debacle

The Diversity Debacle

Students of Dartmouth College are more than familiar with the school’s seemingly endless initiatives on diversity. From the ambiguity of OPAL to President Hanlon’s recent (and controversial) initiative on “Inclusive… Read more »

Dartmouth’s Days of “Skulpturkampf”

Dartmouth’s Days of “Skulpturkampf”

For the first time in three score and ten years, the Green remained uncrowned by the annual Winter Carnival snow sculpture until the very last minute.  As of late, this… Read more »