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Examining the Historical Columbus

Examining the Historical Columbus

The politicization of America’s history has been popularized by protests surrounding monuments, statues, and dedications commemorating historical figures. As we at The Review have covered, Amherst College controversially eliminated any… Read more »

The Death of College Park?

The Death of College Park?

On October 19, I attended a focus group for the planning of the proposed dorms in College Park, which consisted of twenty undergraduate students (who responded to an open invitation… Read more »

Right vs. Left on Climate Change

Right vs. Left on Climate Change

This fall, Dartmouth College Republicans, along with the Dartmouth College Democrats, have planned and launched a series of bi-weekly dinner discussions centered on a variety of pressing topics. The series… Read more »

Dartmouth Football: Midseason Update

Dartmouth Football: Midseason Update

Dartmouth football has started its 136th season in quite an impressive fashion. Five games in, the Big Green are 5-0 but have won four out of those five by a… Read more »

Protests at Homecoming Bonfire

Protests at Homecoming Bonfire

A defining element of the Dartmouth College experience are the rites of passage and traditions students experience throughout their time on campus. Each year hundreds of freshmen proudly don their… Read more »

Cheerleading Team Stages Protests during Anthem

Cheerleading Team Stages Protests during Anthem

Last weekend, students on the Dartmouth cheerleading team protested President Trump’s decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program implemented by the Obama administration. Eight of the… Read more »

Provost Dever Steps Down

Provost Dever Steps Down

On Tuesday, October 10, President Hanlon wrote to the Dartmouth College community to announce that Provost Carolyn Dever will leave her post at the end of fall term and return… Read more »

Thoughts in Autumn

Thoughts in Autumn

Once again I quote the great T.S. Eliot, this time from a different part of his “Four Quartets,” entitled “East Coker:” Home is where one starts from. As we grow… Read more »

A Warm Welcome

A Warm Welcome

In his 1974 poem “The Life with a Hole in It,” one of my personal favorite poets, Britain’s other Poet Laureate Philip Larkin, wrote: Life is an immobile, locked, Three-handed… Read more »

A Tragedy of Common Rooms

A Tragedy of Common Rooms

Three students sent in letters upon catching wind of rumblings that the College is interested in expanding its student body:     My name is Zachary Port, and I live… Read more »