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On Sanctuary Campuses

On Sanctuary Campuses

Ten days after the election of Donald J. Trump, Portland State University and Reed College became the first declared “sanctuary campuses” in the United States. To date, seven additional colleges… Read more »

A Flag for Our Nation

A Flag for Our Nation

“When our land is illumined with Liberty’s smile, If a foe from within strike a blow at her glory, Down, down with the traitor that dares to defile The flag… Read more »

Retrospective on the Flag Burning

Retrospective on the Flag Burning

Just after midnight on Thursday January 19, The Dartmouth published an editorial written by Timothy Messen ’18 calling for action in response to the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. … Read more »

Great Professors: Meir Kohn

Great Professors: Meir Kohn

The Dartmouth Review (TDR): Once every two years you give a consistently well-received talk on how you became a Libertarian, which is really your life story through the lens of… Read more »

The Problems of Dartmouth Dining Services

The Problems of Dartmouth Dining Services

Overpriced and poor quality food, zero flexibility with Declining Balance Account (DBA), debilitatingly long lines, mishandling of dietary restrictions, a monopoly on student eating to go along with massive profits,… Read more »

An Interview with James Bartholomew

An Interview with James Bartholomew

James Bartholomew is a British journalist and author currently based in London. His famous book The Welfare State We’re In deals with the welfare states of the globe and how… Read more »

The Smell of Treason in the Evening

The Smell of Treason in the Evening

1 bottle of Stolichnaya vodka 1 BIC lighter, rainbow-print design with a small hammer and sickle sticker 1 tremendously hand-sewn American flag (made in Trump’s America) Colonel Phil Hanlon ’69… Read more »

Rev. Sekou Speaks for MLK Day

Rev. Sekou Speaks for MLK Day

Unfortunately, Moore Theater was not filled to capacity on the evening of Monday, January 16th when the College and the community alike gathered to pay tribute to American hero Rev…. Read more »

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 »

Rev. Sekou to Speak at Dartmouth

Rev. Sekou to Speak at Dartmouth

Diversity and Equity are co-sponsoring a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day student dinner with keynote speaker Rev. Osagyefo Sekou this Sunday evening. Sekou professes himself to be a staunch supporter… Read more »