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The Sing Dynasty, one of Dartmouth’s a cappella groups, capped off 2016 in a remarkable fashion: performing for thousands at Pearl Harbor and then for the Obamas in the White House before the family departs in January. Before heading to Washington, D.C., the Sing Dynasty stopped in Hawaii for the second time on its annual winter break tour.
It’s known that Greek life plays a lead role at Dartmouth, but what if there was a different kind of “Greek” life present on campus?
June, 2052. Mimosa count: 4. We raised our glasses, (at least) one sparkling alcoholic orange beverage each.
“No, you can’t go out.” “Focus on school.” “Keep your priorities straight.” Many college students can painfully remember hearing their parents parrot these statements back to them throughout high school.
Allow us to introduce ourselves. We’re Ali, Lucy and Mikey, your fearless new editors taking up the Mirror gauntlet.
We return from a winter hiatus to catch up with the women of North Mass 310. Kayuri is in Warsaw, Poland, Corinne is in South Bend, Indiana and I am in New Rochelle, New York.
Of course, we all know that professors are real people with complex personal lives. However, it can be hard to imagine how they spend their time outside of the classroom.
Thanks to the small student population, the D-Plan, and the ever-important concept of facetime, friendships at Dartmouth are constantly forming and evolving.
Most beautiful runner: Phil Claudy '18 discusses his journey to raising awareness for LGBT issues through running.
Most beautiful chill friend: Learn how Julian Bonnoris '17 manages to get along with everyone.
Most beautiful caretaker: Brooke Hadley '18 discusses her role as a leader and "mom" within the NAD community.
Most beautiful YouTuber: Joelle Park '19 talks about falling down — and up.
Most beautiful singer: learn how Ali Vannett '20 lost one passion and found another.
Most beautiful professor: Treva Ellison challenges society's conceptions of beauty.
Allison Chou ’17 has over 1,000 likes on her Facebook profile picture, and while she isn’t exactly a celebrity right now, she will probably be in the future. For Chou, a huge part of her identity comes from her family.
Most beautiful emoji: Morgan McGonagle '18 talks about synthesizing art and motion
Most beautiful mover: Selena Neptune-Bear '20 dances between states and communities.
I started @curvedandcontoured as an Instagram account dedicated to makeup, feminism and body positivity, which is a feminist movement focused on improving self-esteem and body image.
Most beautiful lunch date: Cindy Li '18 talks about her wide range of interests.
Senior columnist Clara Guo '17 finds beauty in neuroscience.