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A Modern Education

A Modern Education

French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote in his 1762 Treatise on Education that “We are born weak, we need strength; helpless, we need aid; foolish, we need reason. All that we… Read more »

The Problems of Affirmative Action

The Problems of Affirmative Action

After much “shutting up and listening” and “educating themselves”, most conservatives should now be able to accept the fact that institutionalized racism does indeed exist—in the form of the practice… Read more »

The Roast of Rebecca Biron

The Roast of Rebecca Biron

President Phil Hanlon’s brilliant mind brought us a number of notable personnel decisions, the highlights of which include Provost Carolyn Dever, Vice Provost for Student Affairs Inge-Lise Ameer, and Dean… Read more »

Improve Dartmouth

Improve Dartmouth

Dartmouth is overall a fantastic place. It’s ranked number 11 on the US News list of top colleges in the United States. The professors are committed to undergraduate education. The… Read more »

Wheelock’s Fountain of Youth

Wheelock’s Fountain of Youth

  Gallons of New England Rum Gallons of Malaga Wine Pounds of sugar Hundreds of lemons Dozens of limes 1 pound of nutmeg ’Twas a Friday night in the springtime,… Read more »

Vote Yes on Article 9

Vote Yes on Article 9

This Tuesday on May 9, the town of Hanover will host its annual town meeting balloting at Hanover High School. While Dartmouth students typically do not take much of an… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Salt Hill Pub

The Review Reviews: Salt Hill Pub

After a long hiatus due to their impressively busy schedules, Gil Hanlon and Alfric Macallan reunited in the streets of Hanover and made their way towards a local watering hole… Read more »

God, Gorsuch, and the Supreme Court

God, Gorsuch, and the Supreme Court

On Friday, April 7, the United States Senate voted to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch as the 113th Justice of the United States Supreme Court. A few days later, the smiling… Read more »

Liberty and Ideology

Liberty and Ideology

In his 1882 manuscript God and the State, Russian anarchist and philosopher Mikhail Bakunin wrote that “The liberty of man consists solely in this: that he obeys natural laws because… Read more »

Academic Rigor Mortis

Academic Rigor Mortis

“It is… a small college, and yet there are those who love it.” – Daniel Webster There are few things as central to Dartmouth’s self-conception as its size. Students are proud… Read more »