What's cool (and we mean frigid) this week.
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What's cool (and we mean frigid) this week.
As the air gets colder and the sky starts to merge darker shades of blue and purple, I often find myself, whether suffocating in the stacks on Sunday night, hanging in my room or lounging on the Green, absentmindedly wondering why the bells of Baker Library haven’t yet tolled the “Alma Mater.” It is not long after I pause my work and mull over this thought that the bells unfailingly begin, and it is then that I resume my work with a habitual nod of satisfaction.
As I enter my senior year, I’m reminded of our collective dream to lead happy and successful lives. It’s difficult to avoid the contagious excitement that pervades our campus — we’re all here to figure out how to build and live a great life, while frequently having a bit too much college-rated fun.
This week, The Mirror is getting personal. I’m not really sure how it happened, but all of our writers this week added a little tinge of personal history to their stories.
Graduate students must fit into the College’s larger academic network.
We can’t rely on preconceived identities when meeting new people.
After a successful week three on the fields, 12 Big Green teams return to action this week in Hanover and across the Northeast. Here’s our analysis of a few of the upcoming contests.
Fresh off a long-anticipated victory over the University of Pennsylvania, the Dartmouth football team looks to carry its momentum to one of the most historic venues in the country.
The men’s soccer team takes the pitch Saturday at Burnham Field, looking to remain undefeated in the Ivy League by taking down Yale University — which has yet to win a game this season. On Tuesday, the Big Green (6-2-1, Ivy 1-0-0) stretched its unbeaten streak to seven by defeating Central Connecticut State University 3-1 at home.
Alpha Delta fraternity and Psi Upsilon fraternity, which are respectively suspended and on probation, must adopt new alcohol distribution procedures after their alcohol bans are lifted.
Tiltfactor Laboratory researchers, who work to design and study games that promote social change, will spend three years researching game technology, developing students’ stories about classroom bias into a fictional game and testing the effect of their work.
In the month before IvyQ, student organizers have turned their attention to fundraising, housing and registration.
The Co-op Food Stores are taking preliminary steps in a $5.3 million renovation to the Hanover flagship store, and store representatives said they hope to break ground within the next week. The renovation, which is expected to finish by July 2015, will include expanding the store by 2,700 square feet, increasing energy efficiency and revamping the 51-year-old building.
Eliminating the Greek system would do more harm than good.
Singing “Men of Dartmouth” is disrespectful and unacceptable.
After wrapping up its best season in history last spring with a 10th-place finish at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championship, Dartmouth equestrian looks forward to starting its 2014-15 campaign this weekend. The team is rushing into the new season with two shows, one Saturday at the University of Vermont and a second Sunday at Middlebury College.
For Ali Savage ’15, athleticism runs in her veins. The tri-captain’s father was a track and rugby star, while her mother swam and played field hockey. But today, Savage is an accomplished athlete in her own right.
Combining animation, music and a moving silhouette of her own body, artist Miwa Matreyek tells the story of the earth’s creation in two Friday shows at the Hopkins Center’s Bentley Theater on Friday. With elements both natural and fantastical, the artist will light up the black box theater with an array of images, sounds and dance.
Production and electronic duo Javelin used to bring a collection of painted boomboxes — in addition to all of the regular equipment — to shows. Each tuned to the same frequency, the boomboxes, either tethered outside the venue or placed decoratively onstage, could broadcast the performance live.
Sorority recruitment can bring participants together.