THE DARTMOUTH REVIEW — is an independent 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. The paper is most famous for having spawned a movement of politically conservative U.S. college newspapers – the Yale Free Press, The Stanford Review, the Harvard Salient, the California Review, the Princeton Tory, and the Cornell Review. It has had a profound impact on the national conservative movement as a whole. Past staffers have gone on to occupy prominent positions in the Reagan and Bush Administrations, write for a number of leading publications, and author best-selling political works. Some of the most famous include Joseph Rago, James Panero, Dinesh D’Souza, Laura Ingraham, Hugo Restall, Peter Robinson and Jeffrey Hart.