Forcing campus administrators to retain political neutrality will backfire on an individual and institutional level.
The phrase “from the river to the sea” has been used by Israeli politicians to denote the denial of rights for Palestinians.
The administration only needed to condemn antisemitism in their response to the recent threats specifically targeting Jewish students and professors.
Discriminatory misinformation concerning gender-affirming healthcare is written into legislation currently moving through the New Hampshire state Senate.
Vandalism aside, the Al-Nur ice sculpture presented at Winter Carnival invokes serious questions about the College’s role in monitoring dangerous rhetoric.
Shaiko was a beloved, respected volunteer who deserved better treatment from Dartmouth Athletics.
The Town of Hanover should promptly implement and expand on rental housing policies to ensure quicker improvement of abysmal rental housing conditions.
State residency should be included as an admissions criterion to enhance the spectrum of perspectives on campus.
While it’s natural to connect with those who are close to us in age, Anya Roodnitsky ’25 offers insight into the importance of cultivating intergenerational friendships.
Aidan Muller ’27 responds to calls to move on from the past in addressing climate change.
While supporters of Taglit-Birthright advertise it as an apolitical and educational program, in reality it propagates an incomplete and misleading image of Israel.
The vandalization of the ice sculpture of the Muslim Student Association was a hate crime, and more needs to be done to ensure the safety of Muslim and Palestinian students at Dartmouth.