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On adjusting to Dartmouth.
Weighing in as an outsider on an incredibly sensitive topic.
In defying unjust laws, illegal immigration is fundamentally American.
Dartmouth must think carefully before it increases student body size.
The opioid crisis is destroying lives just next door. We need real solutions.
Antifa’s violence delegitimizes its views and helps its opponents.
China reminds us of the value of searching for objective truth.
Betsy DeVos’ changes to the sexual assault portion of Title IX is understood by many as a deterioration of an already flawed system for survivors of sexual trauma on college campuses.
Modern social media detracts from true friendship.
Living in a bubble of complacency is first and foremost a choice.
First-Year Trips has seen positive changes, but more improvement is needed.
What is an American? This question might not even make sense. Rarely do we argue about any fundamental qualities that define Americans, because there are so few.
Elite universities are places of careful research and meticulous formulation, yet their admissions policies are a far cry from the principles they ought to represent.
This article was featured in the 2017 Freshman Issue. In a four-hour lunch with a couple of friends, I told one of my friends that he seemed to master the projection of sprezzatura.
This article was featured in the 2017 Freshman Issue. The summer between high school and college, I dreamed of studying neuroscience and becoming a doctor.
This article was featured in the 2017 Freshman Issue. Sophomore summer has reminded me that Dartmouth is in fact a unique place.
This article was featured in the 2017 Freshman Issue. The summer before my freshman year, I would waltz around my neighborhood in a Dartmouth t-shirt and Lone Pine baseball cap, telling family friends I was “just thrilled to go to Dartmouth in the fall!” and “planning on majoring in communications or journalism, because they’re my passions.” As it turns out, Dartmouth doesn’t have a communications department.
Most of us sympathize with the cute baby animal photos that the Dartmouth Student app conveniently provides.
Wherever you stand on the ideological spectrum, it is hard to deny the fact that things in the White House are not quite running like “a fine-tuned machine,” as President Trump recently tweeted they were.
Leadership and competence are the two qualities prestigious institutions prioritize in their selection of applicants – be it a premier university, an important organization or a major employer. While leadership is valuable and competence indispensable, so too is the often overlooked quality of conviviality.