College Student Asks Rick Perry If He'd Have Anal Sex for Donations

On Sunday night, outgoing Texas governor Rick Perry headed to Dartmouth College to talk with their eager young Republicans, a trip that took an awkward turn when a group of activist students attempted to ask him some extremely indelicate questions about his stance on homosexuality. They included, "Do you dislike… »11/10/14 3:30pm11/10/14 3:30pm


Dartmouth Sorority Leaders Threaten Boycott, Prompt Rush Overhaul

An email sent last week to the Dartmouth College listserve for campus-wide events reveals that five high level members of the school's Panhellenic Council intended to boycott this season's sorority rush because of "clear flaws" in the Greek recruitment process that "stratifies the Dartmouth community along race,… »1/13/14 11:35am1/13/14 11:35am

Dartmouth Quick to Punish Rape Protestors Instead of Actual Rapists

It's been a tumultuous spring semester at Dartmouth College, thanks to a highly publicized student protest and widely supported Clery Act complaint, both of which accused the college of mishandling violations of sexual assault, homophobia, and racism. Yesterday, Dartmouth responded by...charging undergrad protesters… »5/29/13 1:00pm5/29/13 1:00pm

Dartmouth Protestors 'Rudely' Distract Prospies By Talking About Rape

Over a dozen protestors interrupted a presentation for accepted students at Dartmouth College last Friday to protest recent incidents of sexual assault, homophobia and racism on campus. “Dartmouth has a problem!” they shouted as they walked through the dining commons, freaking out hundreds of prospective students —… »4/23/13 4:40pm4/23/13 4:40pm

Dartmouth Sorority Girl Goes Public With Her Hazing Nightmare

After Andrew Lohse, the former Dartmouth frat boy who revealed some dark secrets about the hazing rituals that are apparently commonplace on campus, there's been a lot of discussion about what exactly goes on in the bowels of fraternity houses. (Kiddie pools full of bodily fluids and eating something called a vomlet,… »4/10/12 11:30am4/10/12 11:30am

From a Newsweek essay by Princeton writing professor Evan Thomas on "assessing how boys and gir

From a Newsweek essay by Princeton writing professor Evan Thomas on "assessing how boys and girls influence each other": "After Dartmouth went coed in the '70s, said [a] dean, she had hoped that the women would civilize the men. Instead, the opposite happened: the men made ruffians of the women...The women [in my… »1/02/08 2:45pm1/02/08 2:45pm