Advocates: Dartmouth should distance from conservative paper
HANOVER, N.H. (AP) - Over 900 members of the Dartmouth University community have called for the school to “dissociate itself” from a conservative student newspaper.
Valley News reports that advocates wrote a letter to school officials on July 20 writing that it was time the school separated from a publication they say has a history of publishing racist, homophobic, misogynistic and antisemitic material.
The school and editor of the Review said in emails that the publication is an independent-student organization that is not affiliated with school administration.
Rachel Gambee, the Review’s editor, said Tuesday in an email that the paper has no intention of complying.
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