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When I was a kid, movies about college made it seem like a time when teenagers escaped their parents and went berserk for a couple of years, partying like there was no tomorrow.
I’m one of those skiers that everyone hates — the ones that don’t actually ski. I’ll happily fork out for a week in a European ski resort and spend the entire time sitting out on the deck of a mountain cafe knocking back glasses of vin chaud, watching more enthusiastic sportsmen zip past me down the slopes.
On Dec. 25, 2011, I was as excited as any sugar-crazed eight-year-old. I did some freelance database coding for Santa this year, so I knew for sure that I would be on the nice list.
Courtesy Of Ivygate Blog Listen up, freshmen — this one’s for you.
Courtesy Of Soundcheck In order to stay in touch with the latest jams, I used to surf dozens of blogs every day.
The scene: my bed, Mid Fay. It is two degrees outside but the thermostat is cranked up all the way and anyway I’m under like seven comforters.
Perhaps the ease with which I have settled into my off term has more to do with the fact that Austin, Texas is a place I have been visiting since I was 10 years old and thus it is a city which I am extremely familiar with.
Just over a week has passed since we all got back from break, and we’re (inevitably) getting sucked back into the Dartmouth bubble.
<="" img=""> Courtesy Of Diverse There are so many things to love about Dartmouth, but one particular struggle we must all grapple with is how to keep in touch with friends who have taken advantage of the D-plan and have, in many cases, relocated around the world.
<div > <p><img src="http://static.thedartmouth.com/2012/01/10/photos/7755_article_photo.JPG" alt="" title=""</img></p> <p>Priya Krishna / The Dartmouth Senior Staff</p> </div> I adore breakfast.
<="" img=""> Courtesy Of North News & Pictures Ltd In the north of England where I was an undergrad, girls are renowned for their lackadaisical approach to keeping warm while out on the town.