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An Interview with Christina Hoff Sommers

An Interview with Christina Hoff Sommers

Editor’s Note: Christina Hoff Sommers is a well-known former philosophy professor and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. She is the author of several books including Who Stole Feminism? and The War… Read more »

Shades of Conservatism: Conservative Identity at Dartmouth College

Shades of Conservatism: Conservative Identity at Dartmouth College

The third week of my freshman year, I was sitting in Brace Commons working on homework when a stranger approached me. As a ’20, it was typical to meet random… Read more »

An Interview with Julia Griffin

An Interview with Julia Griffin

Editor’s Note: In light of the recent week’s meeting regarding the potential designation of Hanover as a  sanctuary city, we sat down with Hanover’s town manager Julia Griffin to discuss… Read more »

The Super Bowl Gets Political

The Super Bowl Gets Political

Super Bowl LI proved to be one of the most epic sports events of all time. The New England Patriots managed to come back from a 28-3 deficit against the… Read more »

Anti-Semitism and its Lessons

Anti-Semitism and its Lessons

The debate over the connection between anti-Israel sentiment and anti-Semitism suffers from a fundamental disagreement over the nature of anti-Semitism. The common conception of anti-Semitism is that it is a… Read more »

Setting the Record Straight on Israel

Setting the Record Straight on Israel

Editor’s Note: This editorial is in response to a column in The Dartmouth entitled “Israel is Not Above Reproach,” by Isaac Green ’17. I would like to set the record… Read more »

An Interview with Harry Enten

An Interview with Harry Enten

The Dartmouth Review sat down with Harry Enten ‘11 on the occasion of his vist to Dartmouth. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Can you tell us about your time at Dartmouth… Read more »

The Big White Rally

The Big White Rally

Ice, ice baby Dying traditions Global warming President Phil Hanlon looked out across the melting snow, a frown breaking his normally apathetic expression. The world was coming to an end…. Read more »

Protesters Attack Trump’s Immigration Order

Protesters Attack Trump’s Immigration Order

A multitude of people poured onto the Dartmouth Green mid-day Saturday after Al Nur, the Muslim Student Association at Dartmouth College, emailed out about the event. The protesters, including students,… Read more »

Parkhurst Needs to Retake Econ 001

Parkhurst Needs to Retake Econ 001

One surprisingly warm January night in Hanover, Marcus, Shawn, and Jonny found themselves sauntering across campus in eager anticipation. It was Friday, the weekend had finally arrived, and each young… Read more »