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In Memoriam: William F. Buckley, Jr.

In Memoriam: William F. Buckley, Jr.

Last Tuesday, February 27, marked the tenth anniversary of the death of American conservativism’s greatest exponents, William F. Buckley Jr. Over a long and industrious career in the media, Buckley… Read more »

The Review Reviews: “1984”

The Review Reviews: “1984”

It is common for theatrical adaptations of books to be poor. But, it is rare that a theatrical adaptation of a book misses as much of the very point of… Read more »

An Interview with DIPP

An Interview with DIPP

Editor’s Note: Founded in 2007, the Dartmouth Investment and Philanthropy Program is a student run investment group that manages a $450,000 portfolio. Commonly referred to as DIPP, the program aims… Read more »

The Definitive History of Pong

The Definitive History of Pong

Pong is quintessentially “Dartmouth.” It links students of the past to the students of the present, and emphasizes the camaraderie that exists within the larger Dartmouth community. Whether he or… Read more »

A Vote of No Confidence

A Vote of No Confidence

As Daniel Webster stated in the legendary 1819 Supreme Court case of Dartmouth College vs. Wentworth, “It is, sir, as I have said, a small college. And yet there are… Read more »

In Memoriam: Enoch Powell

In Memoriam: Enoch Powell

This Thursday, February 8th, 2018, will mark the twentieth anniversary of the death of Enoch Powell, a prominent British statesmen, scholar, and poet. He passed away in 1998 at the… Read more »

What’s Up with White People?

What’s Up with White People?

With an audience seemingly large enough to warrant multiple fire safety violations, Professor Matt Wray commenced his presentation: “What’s Up with White People: A Field Guide for the Perplexed,” on… Read more »

Controversy over Conservative Speakers Continues

Controversy over Conservative Speakers Continues

In response to the riots at Berkley due to the guest speakers Milo Yiannopolous and Ann Coulter, the College Republicans and Young America’s Foundation contacted the Department of Justice. Appalled… Read more »

College Releases Numbers for Class of 2022

College Releases Numbers for Class of 2022

The College recently announced its application numbers to the Class of 2022, as a total of 22,005 applications were received this year. With an increase in applications by 1,971, or… Read more »

The Crypto Craze

The Crypto Craze

A young boy asks his dad, “Papa, can you buy me a Bitcoin?”. “A Bitcoin?” says the father, “What? $15,232??? $14,354 is a lot of money! What do you need… Read more »