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The Best of Clubs

The Best of Clubs

Dartmouth College: a zealous collection of serial over-achievers, meticulous and sleep-deprived scholars, all cramming their schedules packed-full of campus activities and varying other involvements. Whether it’s out of sheer passion… Read more »

Tragedy in Pittsburgh

Tragedy in Pittsburgh

The Review has always been a heavily Jewish publication. Our current staff is heavily Jewish, and a disproportionate number of our Editor-in-Chiefs have been Jewish. It has been a point… Read more »

Best Professors: Steven Ericson

Best Professors: Steven Ericson

The Dartmouth Review interviewed professor Steven Ericson from our History department. Professor Ericson specializes in Japanese history with a focus on the country’s modern transformation. His research focuses on government… Read more »

“Diversity” Dean Hired at Geisel

“Diversity” Dean Hired at Geisel

Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine recently appointed Dr. Stephanie White to the position of Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion. She will serve alongside Shawn O’Leary to lead the Office… Read more »

A Tale of Two Murals: Hovey and Orozco

A Tale of Two Murals: Hovey and Orozco

In Ron Howard’s film adaptation of Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons, Robert Langdon speaks of the (semi-fictional) “Pius IX’s Great Castration.” The head of the Vatican Gendarmerie, Ernesto Olivetti, asks… Read more »

A Tale of Two Dartmouths

A Tale of Two Dartmouths

The building you’re most likely to encounter before stepping foot on the hallowed grounds of Dartmouth is Baker library. However, the building you’re going to first see right off the… Read more »

In Memoriam: John McCain

In Memoriam: John McCain

On Saturday, August 25th, Senator John McCain of Arizona passed away at the age of 81 after a year-long struggle with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. McCain’s struggle… Read more »

College Concludes Professor Misconduct Investigation

College Concludes Professor Misconduct Investigation

In late October, President Hanlon sent out a campus-wide email informing the Dartmouth community that three faculty members (later revealed to be Todd Heatherton, Paul Whalen and William Kelley) were… Read more »

An Update on Dartmouth’s Call to Lead

An Update on Dartmouth’s Call to Lead

Since its official announcement in April, Dartmouth’s “Call to Lead” capital campaign has come under scrutiny. Many have noted the significant increase from the last capital campaign in 2004 of… Read more »

Failed Strategies: Turning Point USA

Failed Strategies: Turning Point USA

Earlier this summer, at a retreat in Colorado, the Koch brothers took aim at the conservative effort to reclaim college campuses. In short, they criticized the anti-intellectual, anti-liberty sensationalism of… Read more »