Mark Steyn and Peter Robinson want YOU…

…to join them April 21 in celebrating twenty-five years of The Dartmouth Review.
Remember, you can still reserve your tickets instantly here–but do so asap. The event is filling up!

Mark Steyn, the “one man global content provider” who will deliver the keynote address for the evening, writes on his website (scroll down at right):

I’m very much looking forward to this event, celebrating a quarter-century of one of the least insane college publications in the western world. If you’re going to be in New York on April 21st, maybe I’ll see you there – along with William F Buckley, Laura Ingraham and many others.

Yesterday, Review alum and Dartmouth trustee Peter Robinson had this to say on NRO:


On April 21, and open to all, the twenty-fifth anniversary gala of the first conservative college newspaper in America, the uproarious, defiant, hilarious, and outrageous Dartmouth Review.

Place: The island of Manhattan’s historic and magnificent Union League Club. Attire: Black tie, natch.

Luminaries in attendance: the unofficial chaplain of this happy Corner, the Rev. George Rutler; radio and television personality Laura Ingraham; and the father of us all, William F. Buckley, Jr. Keynote speaker: Mark Steyn, and I’m delighted to be able to tell you that he’s even more brilliant, prescient, and hilarious in person than in print.

Big band music, to which, celebrating a quarter of a century of glorious provocation, we shall all dance with unmatched abandon: Alex Donner and his Orchestra.

The event of the spring, and to get your ticket you need only click here.

A party like this won’t come around again anytime soon. Get your tickets now!