Wondering if Dartmouth actually has problem? Concerned about when it has a problem? Tired of going through the hassle of constantly checking your own privilege?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you may be in luck. A new website called “doesdartmouthhaveaproblem.com” is an easy way to “check your privilege” and report a problem.

Wondering if Dartmouth has a problem? Check here for real-time updates!

Modeled after DartPulse, Dartmouth’s computing system status and notification system, the Privilege Checking site is set to become an invaluable resource for students.

The website provides valuable advice on how to report a problem. It provides a link to fill out an online “bias incident report” and it suggests that you “protest the 2014 dimensions show.”

According to a Whois search, the site is registered to Daniel Webster at 1 Hinman Street in Hanover, NH and the domain name was registered on July 23rd.  We’re unsure of the true identity of Webster, but the mystery site creator can make some excellent satire.


UPDATE: Apparently the site received too much traffic and has been “temporarily disabled.”

–Carl E. Marlborough