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Like the millennials we are, we often turn to Google instead of people in times of need. Our Google search history can always be a little disconcerting, but it’s particularly distinctive over sophomore summer – when else will we be looking up the toxicity of copper mines or wondering how to make homemade mac and cheese bites?
Soft-Serve Vanilla with Rainbow Sprinkles:You are #basic.
Brown University: The Number, a new delivery startup recently developed by three undergraduates, is already gaining popularity on campus, The Brown Daily Herald reported.
To the chagrin and dismay of many upperclassmen, the six-week ban on freshmen entering fraternity basements will finally be lifted today.
Brown University: The University released results for its largest-ever campus climate survey that detailed accounts of sexual assault on campus on Monday, administered through the American Association of Universities, the Brown Daily Herald reported.
Remember when you were a wide-eyed, bushy-tailed first-year student? Back then you still thought trippees were forever and FoCo cookies were a godsend (just kidding, that second one is still true). For all you ’19s out there, we know how you feel, even if we pretend that we were way cooler and always had the hang of this college thing.
The end of the school year is often accompanied by sadness and nostalgia as we prepare to leave our beloved campus, best friends and KAF coffee.
Brown University: Provost Vicki Colvin has announced that she is stepping down to further pursue her own research after serving as the University’s Provost for only one year, the Brown Daily Herald reported.
1. Tan on the Green Nothing will make you feel more like the quintessential Dartmouth student.
Among the recent questionable trends reputed to increase men’s attractiveness (read: Dadbod), there is one that stands alone in its undeniable, universal, feminine appeal: the man bun.
Although some of us might not notice it on a day-to-day basis — consumed with things like midterms, relationships and Yik Yak — money and class likely affect every thing we do on campus, from who we interact with, how we dress and even sometimes which classes we take.
Yet, for all its influence, socioeconomic diversity remains a little-discussed topic around campus.
Emily Chan ’16 is the co-director of Quest Scholars, a student group that pairs Dartmouth students with students from QuestBridge — a program that aims to bring high-achieving students from low-income backgrounds to elite colleges.
Much like FoCo’s waffle-maker, The Box (stylized theBOX) is something we (Annette and Caroline) have always glanced at with mild interest.
As young, attractive, intelligent students attending Dartmouth and living in the 21st century, we live very privileged existences.
While some of us are surviving the run-up to finals with thoughts of warm sun and tropical drinks, many of us don’t have such exotic (and expensive) plans for this year’s spring break.
As many of us know, Random House announced last week that a lost manuscript by Dr. Seuss —also known as Theodor Geisel ’25, arguably Dartmouth’s most famous alumnus — will be published in July. The manuscript, titled “What Pet Should I Get?” is a companion piece of sortsto “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish,” which features the same brother and sister.
As Yik Yak has informed us, Harvard has had three snow days this year. Disgruntled and confused, many of us have been left wondering why we, in contrast, have had zero this term, despite our inarguable reputation as the Ivy with the coldest, snowiest climate (Cornell, I’m talking about Ivies). This has birthed a rumor that goes something like this: Dartmouth has never had a snow day, not since 1769, and it never will.
Earlier this winter, Dartbeat published an article ranking the best cup of hot chocolate in Hanover.
As we all spend this week recovering from Winter Carnival and wearily finishing midterms, here @Dartbeat we’re all too aware that course selection for 15S is looming unpleasantly over our heads.
The commentary below is entirely fictional and does not represent the true diary entries of an anonymous member of the Class of 2018.
Avid readers of the Dear Diary series can catch our first installmenthere.
It’s me again – still bitterly cold, still unable to walk outside anywhere without my snow pants, but doing pretty well overall!