The Dartmouth Review

The Dartmouth Review is an independent, bi-weekly newspaper at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Founded in 1980 by a number of disenchanted staffers from the College’s daily newspaper, it quickly rose to national prominence for its coverage of campus social issues and the provocative political positions it has sometimes adopted. Although the paper has frequently been praised for the quality of its writing — most recently by Dartmouth’s 17th President, Jim Yong Kim — it is perhaps most famous for having spawned a movement of politically conservative U.S. college newspapers that would come to include the Yale Free Press, The Stanford Review, the Harvard Salient, the California Review, the Princeton Tory, and the Cornell Review. Source

Outlet Details

Scope Local, Student/Alumni
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market Burlington-Plattsburgh
UVMs Request pricing
Frequency Biweekly/Fortnightly
Days Published N/A