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Trump: An Old Media Candidate

Trump: An Old Media Candidate

As journalists entered their Midtown offices on November 9 with fair-trade soy lattes in one hand, and tissues in the other, all they could ask themselves is how could this… Read more »

Vice Provost Ameer to Depart the College

Vice Provost Ameer to Depart the College

Vice-Provost Inge-Lise Ameer is leaving the College after a restructuring of the College’s bureaucracy.  Her responsibilities as Vice-Provost of Student Affairs will be subsumed by the Dean of the College,… Read more »

2020: Ameer’s Dartmouth

2020: Ameer’s Dartmouth

Banned hard alcohol Dear Old Dartmouth, It is with great sadness that I write to you about the situation on the ground at Dartmouth College, the once great College on… Read more »

The Review Reviews: Sushi Ya

The Review Reviews: Sushi Ya

After a long and cold winter break, the Review is back once again with a restaurant review for your reading and eating pleasure. This time, the gang attends a traditional… Read more »

A Sane Reply to a Violent Editorial

A Sane Reply to a Violent Editorial

The New Year brings with it a new term, new snow upon the hills of Hanover, and, of course, a new President in Donald J. Trump. But the more things… Read more »

MAGA!

MAGA!

1 part Limiting Access to Abortion 2 parts Dirt-covered Hands of the Working Man 1 part “Marriage is between a man and a woman” Garnished with the Second Amendment Served… Read more »

A Timeline of Scandal

A Timeline of Scandal

Editor’s Note: This piece originally ran in the Finals Issue of the Fall of 2014. It has been updated with the past two years of scandals and presented here for… Read more »

William Helman Looks Back

William Helman Looks Back

The Review recently sat down with Bill Helman ’80, current chairman of the Board of Trustees of Dartmouth College. The Dartmouth Review (TDR): You graduated from Dartmouth in 1980, the… Read more »

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

Intellectual Diversity and Trump’s America

A great many thinkpieces and “hot takes” will be written about the outcome of Tuesday’s election. What else should be expected in the aftermath of the greatest political upset in… Read more »

Look Evil in the Eye

Look Evil in the Eye

The audience sat silently, the men’s heads tilted against their starched collars, the women’s faces nestled in luxurious fur. A skinny man with round spectacles stood before them, lecturing in… Read more »