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This a story about my first and last visit to the London Eye. I'm warning you now: it's going to be uncomfortable.
I am beginning to think that my travels abroad are less about "studying" and "finding myself" than they are about “Game of Thrones.” Everywhere GoT goes, I follow.
This is my second installment of Beyond the Bubble so naturally I'm feeling pressured to change things up for my readership (which currently consists of my editors, my sister and my estranged cousin whose Facebook profile pic is a slug with a thought bubble that reads "I didn't choose the slug life, the slug life chose me").
So in the spirit of change, today I am coming to you live (not really) from an incredibly uncomfortable salon chair in eastern Paris.
Within 18 hours of landing in Paris, I received a text from my best friend asking if I was already hammered.
Me: Hi, T-Pain! Thank you so much for taking the time to meet with me. We here at Dartbeat are really big fans.
T-Pain: Ahh, thanks shawty.
May 15, 5:29 a.m., The Choates Cluster: Safety and Security officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student between Cohen and Bissell.
Admit it: at some point you have stood in front of the waste station at Collis, spent an obscene amount of time trying to figure out where to toss your lemonade, realized you looked like a creep for standing there so long and finally resorted to composting your entire life.
May 8, 10:56 p.m., Alpha Chi Alpha fraternity: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth EMS responded to a Good Samaritan call at Alpha Chi.
May 1, 11:13 a.m., The Friends of Dartmouth Rowing Boathouse: Safety and Security officers and the Grounds Crew responded to a report of an 8-foot sinkhole near the Boathouse.
Apr. 24, 3:35 p.m., Murdough Center: Safety and Security officers, Hanover Police and Hanover Fire Department responded to a report of an unconscious person in Murdough Center at Tuck.
Apr. 18, 12:00 a.m., Sigma Phi Epsilon: Safety and Security officers on patrol encountered an intoxicated individual vomiting inside of SigEp.
When my editors asked me to profile Lulu Chang’s ’15 blog, “Two Asians and a Selfie Stick,” I immediately pictured two college-aged Asian women jet-setting across Europe, go-pro in hand — an eat, pray, love mission to “find themselves.” To say that I was wrong would be the understatement of the century.
Apr. 11, 12:59 a.m., The Tabard: Safety and Security officers, Dartmouth EMS, Hanover Police and Hanover Fire Department responded to a Good Samaritan Call at Tabard.
Apr. 3, 1:09 a.m., New Hampshire Hall:Safety and Security officers rendered assistance to a student in New Hamp.
In the wake of #Philibition, the Dartmouth community is slowly but surely adjusting to life without hard alcohol.
I would really like to believe that as our first year at the College comes to a hurried close (yikes!), us ’18s have pretty much figured it out.
Mar. 27, 10:24 p.m., Observatory Road: Safety and Security officers received an anonymous report of a suspicious vehicle on Observatory Road.
Feb. 28, 1:15 a.m., Collis Center: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth EMS responded to a report of an intoxicated student at Collis.
I have always believed that I have some sort of supernatural power. Growing up, I wore the same witch Halloween costume for seven years in a row.