Peter Robinson ’79

A regular contributor to the National Review’s blog, Mr. Robinson is featured in today’s D.

The Review truly is Dartmouth’s journalism major.

The year after Robinson graduated, a group of his friends started The Dartmouth Review, the College’s conservatively-slanted newspaper. Robinson contributed to The Review in its early years from England while he was studying at Oxford on a Reynolds scholarship.

Since Reagan’s presidency, Robinson has worked for Fox Television, received his MBA from Stanford University and has had his work published in publications like the New York Times, The Red Herring and Forbes.

In 1993, Robinson joined Stanford’s Hoover Institute and has been editor of the Hoover Digest since its beginnings in 1996. He is also the host of the public policy show “Uncommon Knowledge” on PBS.

Robinson is also the author of “It’s My Party: A Republican’s Messy Love Affair with the GOP” and “Snapshots from Hell: The Making of an MBA.”