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A Letter to the Vice Provost

A Letter to the Vice Provost

Dear Vice Provost Ameer, To the casual observer, it may appear that the editors and staff of The Review have no great love for you. Over the course of your… Read more »

Lawsuit Alleges Cover-up of Sexual Misconduct

Lawsuit Alleges Cover-up of Sexual Misconduct

On Thursday, the Trustees of Dartmouth College were sued for $70 million by seven former and current students (including an ’18 who graduated this past Spring) in the Psychology and… Read more »

Is the Dartmouth Shooter Getting Special Treatment?

Is the Dartmouth Shooter Getting Special Treatment?

Around 11:30 PM on November 2, 2018, shortly after the 9:45 PM shooting at 1 School Street, Lebanon Police detained Gage Young and 17-year-old Hector Correa, both of Lebanon NH,… Read more »

Administration Downplays Dartmouth Shooting

Administration Downplays Dartmouth Shooting

During and immediately after the shooting, one principal claim that the administration has made, and that has been propagated by many media sources and even the police is that this… Read more »

Shooting Near Dartmouth: Suspect Arrested

Shooting Near Dartmouth: Suspect Arrested

Around 9:45 PM last night, Hanover dispatch received a 911 call informing them of a shooting incident on the sidewalk outside the Christian Science Reading Room in downtown Hanover. A… Read more »

In Memoriam: Joe Asch ’79

In Memoriam: Joe Asch ’79

Editor’s Note: Edited and compiled by Daniel M. Bring. The obituary written by the Dartmouth Review will be followed by several written statements dedicated to the memory of Joe Asch… Read more »

Protesting Thought: Exposé on Horowitz Protests

Protesting Thought: Exposé on Horowitz Protests

Editor’s Summary: On October 23, David Horowitz spoke to a large gathering of Dartmouth students in the Rockefeller students at an event organized by the College Republicans. This event was… Read more »

On The Scholar’s Mission

On The Scholar’s Mission

Dartmouth’s administration tells us that progress is the ultimate ambition of mankind. The Dartmouth Indian, a noble and most ancient symbol of The College’s heritage, was banned because of the… Read more »

Editorial: The Secret Expansion of Dartmouth College

Editorial: The Secret Expansion of Dartmouth College

Last year the Dartmouth Board of Trustees supposedly permanently shut down a proposed plan to build new dormitories and thus expand the undergraduate student body at Dartmouth. Students, alumni, and… Read more »

Review Reviews: Orozco Murals

Review Reviews: Orozco Murals

On October 11, Professor Mary Coffey delivered the seventh annual Manton Foundation Lecture on the Orozco Murals. The murals The Epic of American Civilization, were commissioned by President Hopkins and… Read more »

Review Reviews: Ambassador Dobbins

Review Reviews: Ambassador Dobbins

Ambassador James Dobbins, now a Senior Fellow studying nation-building at the Rand Corporation, spoke to a crowd of about fifty people on October the 11th. Professors, particularly those affiliated with… Read more »