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Ever since the rogue snowstorm that has transformed Dartmouth back into a winter wonderland hell danger zone, the fact that we are actually finished with week one of spring term seems like a far-off fantasy. Some shed tears in hopes of sunshine and warmer weather, while others reminisce on the fresh, crisp pow that graced the slopes of ski mountains just a few short weeks ago. However, no matter the outlook, 17S has appeared to be more of a 17W 2.0 — so why not try and relive your best self – winter term is always a peak time — in what seems to be “50 Winter Terms”.
There's only one way to find out.
Water you gonna do about it?Before you close out of this article without reading it, let me just say that I know what you’re thinking: Why the hell would someone take time out of their day to rank the different water sources? I, too, asked myself this same question. But it needed to happen because I am sick and goddamn tired of people telling me that ~all the water is the same~ IT IS NOT. Water is a glorious resource and, unlike the flowing sources of Keystone on this campus, goes down without any intentions of harming you.
A step by step guide to see whether you should touch the fire tonight.
News It’s Week Six, and yes, the Frat Ban is still very much a thing Bill Clinton was here, but he’s not anymore Peak foliage is waning — get to Gile while you still canSomeone from “Grey’s Anatomy” decided to visit, and everyone needs to take it down about 150 notches Around 31% of student runners in the CHaD 5K and Half-Marathon events were still intoxicated during the races
From Block Party to Cash Cash to BrewHaHa, Green Key was jam-packed with music, food and, of course, injuries.
The new season of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” will soonbe in full swing, with a fresh new crop of men (lone) pining for JoJo’s heart.
Thanks to their products' comically high prices and questionable levels of quality, we often associate the lords of DDS with a certain presidential front-runner.
Or maybe it should be “texts from yesterday,” consideringthe large majority of campus was out and about from around 10 a.m.
In a mysterious turn of events, Cash Cash has come down with an unknown illness after visiting Harvard this past weekend.
To Whom It May Concern:
While you may have been able to hide your fashion faux-pas under khakis, cords or even ~chinos~ during the fall and winter terms, spring term proves to be less forgiving of your egregious fashion habits.
It’s Week 4, you’re sitting in bed crying studying for your econ midterm tomorrow and all you want is something to mask the smell of your room, which hasn’t been cleaned in weeks. And what could be better than one of Dartbeat’s very own, totally not cultish, Dartmouth-inspired Yankee Candles?
We’ve all had those days. You know, the Sunday afternoons when you are sitting in blobby and trying really hard to start finish a 20-page paper due for your 9L the next morning.
With the slew of new campus policies over the past few years, it comes as no surprise to Dartmouth students that the administration is looking to ~move Dartmouth forward~. Whether that means redefining the Greek system, banning the consumption of hard alcohol or (God forbid) prohibiting the use of hoverboards, the administration’s decisions are almost always met with backlash from Dartbeat the student body.
However, the administration has yet to commit an offense so egregious as the recently unveiled design for the new Hood Museum of Art.
With 16S up and on its way, there's no time like the present to see which shoes you should be rockin' when the mud comes out to play.
After a stressful and jam-packed winter term, most Dartmouth students look forward to relaxing and spending quality time with friends and family over spring break.
'Twas the end of week nine and all through the halls,
Every student was studying (in between bawls);
All their textbooks were lugged to Blobby with care,
In hopes that great grades soon would be theirs;
The lucky ones, nestled all snug in their beds,
Had visions of spring classes dance in their heads;
New profs and new classmates, and needing to look,
Online to buy all the required textbooks;
And inside their brains there arose such a clatter;
Just how will they pay for these books?