November 29, 2006


Because mascots are so offensive these days, perhaps we should choose one that is guaranteed to offend no one. I give you:

The Dartmouth Dartmouth Review Racist Students.

Here is our new mascot:

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Look I realize this post was pointless—I did it to amuse myself and some friends.

I was talking to a professor about this whole deal, and we discussed Derrida and hospitality (seriously, this is the way you talk about current events with Comp Lit profs). I realized that our objective really isn't and shouldn't be to make Dartmouth hostile to Reviewers. Our stand is against a culture of incivility and entitlement, and although the Review embodies this culture, we shouldn't turn it on them.


  1. Anonymous10:50 AM

    Come on Seal, Linsalata doesn't deserve that kind of facetime, either positive or negative.

    Kramer would have been a much better choice

  2. Anonymous12:57 PM

    I'll be much more interested in Seal's reaction once the rage subsides. He's not making much sense this week

  3. Anonymous1:37 PM

    Instead of beginning a racist "witch hunt", you(Mr. Seal) should be addressing the article Mr.Linsalata penned rather than merely addressing sexy topic (i.e. cover of the review).

  4. Anon 1: Really? Because that color of green on his shirt looks so swell, I think we should replace our current green with it.

    Anon. 2&3: I'll be getting to it, don't you worry. But it's finals and I'm a busy man.

  5. Anonymous12:35 PM

    I suppose the Reviewers would say that NAD is the source of incivility (demands for disciplinary action against the Reviewers) and entitlement (I'm offended if I say I am and I have a right to make you stop).

    Therein lies the debate.