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After that last slurp of eggnog, you probably told yourself that this year was going to be different – that you were going to keep your New Year’s resolution (that’s four years running) of finally getting in shape. But it’s a week into the term and you’ve probably already started to deviate from that rigid training schedule you set for yourself. To be fair, walking to the gym in subzero temperatures when you have a bunch of other stuff on your mind is probably one of the last things anyone wants to do. But I’m here to give you a few tips on how to get back on track because trust me, it will all be worth it.
Life may feel like it’s lost all meaning now that Homecoming and Halloween have come and gone. What are you supposed to do now that you’ve completed the quest for the perfect Halloween costume? Start studying for finals? Yeah, right. As the days start getting shorter and air starts feeling chillier, it’s important to stay positive and feel prepared to face the last couple weeks of the term. Check out this list of ways to cope with everyone’s favorite time of year: the end of the term.
If you don’t use Twitter anymore, there’s a good reason to start again. The Dartmouth Parents Twitter account ( @DartmouthParent) describes itself as “the insider’s guide on things to do at Dartmouth and in the Upper Valley.” That word “insider” should stick out to you right away. You know what it’s like for your parents to think they’re “in with it,” only for them to actually be completely misguided about the younger generation. Let’s take a closer look at some of these Tweets and see just where Dartmouth parents go wrong.
There was a lot going on last weekend: Pigstick, Woodstock, Mud Pit and the 44th annual Dartmouth PowWow.
It was a long time coming, but spring has finally sprung. This past week, there was an exponential increase in the number of people hanging out on the Green.
Tax day is officially upon us! You were so relieved to hear that this year, taxes weren’t due on April 15.
Behind the black coat and adorable snout of Winston McKenzie--Phi Delta Alpha's house pig--is a social mastermind.
Unless you’ve come back from studying abroad in New Zealand (or, like me, returned from your off term genuinely thinking Foco had switched to disposable plates and utensils when you ate there Sunday…), you’re excited to be back on campus for what’s to be an awesome term.
Dartmouth’s Council on Honorary Degrees recently began compiling nominations for potential recipients.
This quiz will tell you which week of the term best describes your personality, while failing to control for the fact that whatever week it is right now is what's actually determining how you feel.
Columbia University: Jonah Reider, a Columbia University senior, has started a pop-up gourmet restaurant named Pith in his dorm room, the Columbia Spectator reported.
The time has come: Homecoming is finally upon us. And at Dartmouth that means that tonight the upperclassmen will gather around a massive, burning pyre shout “Touch the fire!” as the freshman class runs around it.
1. Saturday classes are scheduled earlier in the day than usual, so if you have classes between 8 and 10 in the morning, you may as well pull an all-nighter and enjoy your Friday night — maybe even complete the Lou’s Challenge.
It’s okay to save seats and claim tables, but what you use as your placeholder matters.
It’s finally sophomore summer — the term we’ve all been looking forward to since day one of freshman fall.
Given that the third Dimensions weekend is kicking off, we thought we’d take the chance to ask students what they remember about their Dimensions experience.
All things you want to avoid when walking across the Green. But is there a relationship between what you tend to step in and who you are?