The Dartmouth Review

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Conservative newspaper at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.

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Laura Ingraham

American conservative television host.

Ingraham in 2019
Ingraham speaks at the 2016 Republican National Convention
Ingraham at a political conference in December 2018

In her senior year at Dartmouth College, during her tenure as editor-in-chief of independent campus newspaper The Dartmouth Review, Ingraham wrote several controversial articles.

Dinesh D'Souza

Indian-American right-wing political commentator, provocateur, author, filmmaker, and conspiracy theorist.

D'Souza in 2018
D'Souza greeting President Ronald Reagan in 1988
D'Souza at CPAC 2016 in Washington, D.C.

While at Dartmouth, D'Souza wrote for The Dartmouth Review, an independent, student-edited, alumni and Collegiate Network subsidized publication.

Dartmouth College

Private Ivy League research university in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.

Eleazar Wheelock, Dartmouth College founder
The Charter of Dartmouth College on display in Baker Memorial Library. The charter was signed on December 13, 1769, on behalf of George III.
The earliest known image of Dartmouth appeared in the February 1793 issue of Massachusetts Magazine. The engraving may also be the first visual proof of cricket being played in the United States.
Lithograph of the President's House, Thornton Hall, Dartmouth Hall, and Wentworth Hall
College seal at the Collis Center
Baker Memorial Library
A view of East Campus from Baker Tower
Tuck School of Business
McNutt Hall, home to the Dartmouth Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Tower Room in Baker Memorial Library
Dartmouth Hall was reconstructed in 1906.
Drawing of Wilson Hall, Dartmouth's first library building, by architect Samuel J. F. Thayer (1842–1893), which appeared in American Architect and Building News in March 1885.
American elm on Dartmouth College campus, June 2011
The Hopkins Center
Sherman Fairchild Physical Sciences Center
Memorial Field
Robinson Hall houses many of the College's student-run organizations, including the Dartmouth Outing Club. The building is a designated stop along the Appalachian Trail.
Dartmouth Alpha Chi Alpha fraternity house
A Dartmouth varsity hockey game against Princeton at Thompson Arena
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The 40th Dartmouth Powwow
Seal of Dartmouth College
Lord Hall, Allen House
Morton Hall, East Wheelock House
Woodward Hall, North Park House
Mid Massachusetts Hall, School House
Topliff Hall, South House
Russell Sage Hall, West House
Robert Frost, poet
Dr. Seuss, writer and illustrator
Henry Paulson, former CEO of Goldman Sachs and United States Secretary of the Treasury
Timothy Geithner, former United States Secretary of the Treasury
Salmon Chase, former Chief Justice of the U.S.
Daniel Webster, former Secretary of State
Nelson Rockefeller, former Vice President of the United States
Kirsten Gillibrand, United States senator
Robert Reich, former United States Secretary of Labor, political commentator, professor, and author
Sarah Wayne Callies, actress
Mindy Kaling, actress and comedian
Connie Britton, actress, singer and producer
Shonda Rhimes, television producer and writer
Brad Ausmus, baseball player
Jake Tapper, journalist, author, and commentator
David Benioff, screenwriter and television producer, writer, and director
Fred Rogers, television personality
Rachel Dratch, comedian

Notable student groups include the nation's largest and oldest collegiate outdoors club, the Dartmouth Outing Club, which includes the nationally recognized Big Green Bus; the campus's oldest a cappella group, The Dartmouth Aires; the controversial conservative newspaper The Dartmouth Review; and The Dartmouth, arguably the nation's oldest university newspaper.

Joseph Rago

Pulitzer Prize-winning American political writer, best known for his work at The Wall Street Journal.

Obverse and reverse sides of the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service gold medal, designed by Daniel Chester French in 1917

While there, he wrote for The Dartmouth Review, an independent conservative student newspaper, serving as its editor-in-chief in 2005, and on its board after his graduation.

Jeffrey Hart

American cultural critic, essayist, columnist, and Professor Emeritus of English at Dartmouth College.

The Dartmouth Review was founded in his living room in 1980, and he has served as an adviser to it since then.

The Cornell Review

Independent newspaper published by students of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

Much of the paper's structure in the early years was influenced by the unanticipated success of the Dartmouth Review at Dartmouth College, which inspired conservative students at other institutions to found similar newspapers.

Wendy Long

American attorney from New Hampshire.

Long in 2012

Long was the executive editor of The Dartmouth daily newspaper and was a contributor to The Dartmouth Review newspaper.

Carolina Review

Independent conservative journal published by undergraduate and graduate students attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Issue 1 Cover for the Carolina Review

While the 1980 founding of The Dartmouth Review inspired several other conservative publications to appear throughout the Ivy League in the early part of that decade, Carolina Review was the first conservative publication to appear at a 'Public Ivy' university.

James O. Freedman

American educator and academic administrator.

First building of Harvard College 1638-1670

The one event in Freedman's presidency that garnered the most press was the so-called "Hitler Quote" scandal of The Dartmouth Review in 1990.

Dartmouth College traditions

American Ivy League college in Hanover, New Hampshire, are deeply entrenched in the student life of the institution and are well known nationally.

The Class of 2009's bonfire on the afternoon before Dartmouth Night.
Bonfire at the 2004 Dartmouth Night. The "08" stands for the Class of 2008, the freshman class that year
Students racing chariots on the Green at Green Key Weekend.
Tubestock on the Connecticut River
Men carving canes while sitting on the Senior Fence.
The nose of the statue of Warner Bentley is discolored due to students rubbing it.

Among the two or three students who sometimes run across the field, those who are arrested are charged with trespassing (the independent newspaper The Dartmouth Review claimed to set up a fund to automatically pay any fines associated with freshman who rush the field.