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Margaret Rowland / The Dartmouth Staff I used to be intensely opposed to the idea of reflection.
Note to readers (May 23, 2014): When The Dartmouth found thatJake Bayer '16 had fabricated a quotation, wedecided to remove his articles from our website. For a full statement, clickhere.
Allison Wang / The Dartmouth Senior Staff I used to have some very strict and unwavering beliefs that I stuck to religiously.
Dear Gardner and Kate, I'm sorry I thought I no longer needed your help last week. I guess you guys are a little better than Yahoo answers.
Calling it "acting" might be a bit of a stretch, as I was on stage for a total of two minutes, but as of last week it can technically be said that I have been involved in a theatrical production at Dartmouth.
Andrew Lohse's now infamous op-ed in The Dartmouth and the following Rolling Stone expose on the College's Greek life were published less than halfway through my freshman year.
With pollen and a newly invigorated call for change in the air, annual spring elections for Student Assembly allow the student body to reflect on the outgoing administration and select a new slate of leaders. The sheer number of candidates and competitiveness of the elections reveal how student interests and concerns evolve over three terms, generating dialogue in every corner of campus, said Eric Ramsey, supervisor of the Elections Planning and Advisory Committee. "I remember having plenty of conversations on my freshman floor about who we planned on voting for," Samantha Schiff '15 said.
Richard Yu / The Dartmouth Staff I know.
'16 Boy buying Girl Scout Cookies: Joke's on them, because I don't have any DASH money. Government Professor: If I assaulted someone God forbid but I'm stronger than I look so it wouldn't be out of the question I wouldn't violate anyone's constitutional rights. '13 Guy: I've grown up a lot since I was 15.
For many, spring break is synonymous with sandy beaches and blue skies. It's a time to relax and escape from the world.
'13 Guy: Instagram is like a fine wine. '13 Girl: I'm only 21 years old. How am I filled with this many regrets? '13 Guy: He's a '13 and we only have 10 mutual friends?
The infamous argument over Winter Carnival that got F. Scott Fitzgerald fired from his own Carnival-themed movie and sent to a mental facility. President Josiah Bartlet from "The West Wing" and President Fitzgerald Grant from "Scandal" in a televised debate. Starbucks versus local coffee shops in a taste teste for best latte we'd be happy to volunteer as judges! Suri Cruise, Blue Ivy Carter and Harper Beckham in a celebrity kid standoff made for the pages of "Suri's Burn Book." Snapchat against Tinder in a battle of social relevance and longevity.
Dear Gardner and Kate, As someone who chose Dartmouth over a host of other schools because of the Dimensions show, I literally cannot believe that they are "not canceling the Dimensions welcome show." Do you think the admissions office will take students' opinions into account and keep the show? Big Green Benjamin '15 Gardner: We can only hope that they listen to the absurd amount of student feedback and keep the show.
What do a fraternity and the Hood Museum have in common? First of all, art, if you're willing to consider the pong table a canvas.
Rebecca Shantz / The Dartmouth Staff Welcome to Dartmouth College.
No parents. That's one thing I was looking forward to in college. I would be able to stay out as late as I wanted.
Have you ever really finished a game of Monopoly? Me neither. I grew up under the assumption that "winning" at Monopoly is that moment when, in tears, your opponent melodramatically accepts defeat.