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King Charles III: A Failure

King Charles III: A Failure

To even the casual historian, Charles, Prince of Wales’ eventual coronation as Charles III brings to mind the tumultuous period of constitutional uncertainty in 17th century England. From the 1620s… Read more »

The Future is History

The Future is History

Like many political dissidents from totalitarian states, at least the living ones, Masha Gessen fled her homeland – twice. Born during the height of the Soviet Union, Gessen first fled… Read more »

A Pope and a President: A Review

A Pope and a President: A Review

The valiance and devotion of President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II defined the winning battle against global communism in the latter half of the 20th century. How these… Read more »

Fake News!

Fake News!

Dartmouth Government Professor Brendan Nyhan recently collaborated on a study regarding viewership of “Fake News.” Fake news is a buzzword popularized by President Donald Trump and was a source of… Read more »

A Review of The Strange Death of Europe

A Review of The Strange Death of Europe

In The Strange Death of Europe, British author and journalist Douglas Murray strives to document the readily apparent and dramatic upheaval occurring in Europe. One has to do little more… Read more »

What Happened (Wasn’t My Fault)

What Happened (Wasn’t My Fault)

Winter has come, as has the tradition of reviewing some of the most meaningful, well written, and intellectually stimulating books of the past year. Unfortunately for me, this is not… Read more »

Conscience of a Conservative: A Review

Conscience of a Conservative: A Review

“Far too often, we come to destroy, not to build. As the country burns. And our institutions are undermined. And our values are compromised. And the people become increasingly despondent… Read more »

100 Years of Communism

100 Years of Communism

The hundredth anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution has inspired countless retrospectives on communism in the twentieth century. Here at the College, the Dickey Center for International Understanding, along with the… Read more »

Stop the Administration’s Expansion Plan

Stop the Administration’s Expansion Plan

In light of the College’s recent talks about the potential expansion of the student body, the administration has released two email addresses which people can contact to voice their opinions… Read more »

Reflections on the Frat Ban

Reflections on the Frat Ban

Editor’s Note: In this piece, several of our freshman contributors offer their thoughts on the freshman fraternity ban, which this year lasted until October 23. William J. Brandon During my… Read more »