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Cirrus Foroughi / The Dartmouth We all have things from the past that haunt us, that gnaw at our brain night after night, taunting and teasing and reminding us of our ineptitude.
Rebecca Xu / The Dartmouth Staff When I was a child, I suffered from several chronic misconceptions about how the world worked.
Mulin Xiong / The Dartmouth Correction appended### The pro-life coalition formally constituted as Vita Clamantis is best known on campus for its controversial anti-abortion display last spring. The 546 American flags that peppered the Gold Coast lawn each commemorated the 100,000 abortions in the United States since the monumental Roe v.
'16 Girl 1: We should go talk to the prof to try and get a better grade.'16 Girl 2: Yeah, we can double team him at office hours!'16 Girl 1: I hope no one makes that an Overheard. '15 Girl: We hooked up three times, and he unfriended me on Facebook. '16 pointing to the 1902 room: That's the 90210 room! '11 Girl: Sometimes, you just have to choose the best of the worst.
DO NOT under any circumstances eat any of your meals in town, unless you want to dine alongside alums enjoying legality in Hanover with $2 margaritas or karaoke at Salt Hill Pub. If you see beer other than Keystone in the basement, don't touch it.
Since its opening in 1957, the Dartmouth Skiway has come to symbolize a critical aspect of the College's heritage, paying homage to the hostile weather of the Still North on which many students thrive.
Dear Gardner and Kate, Last week's column seemed so weird. I read the first half and stopped.
It was one of the coldest days of the term, bright and clear despite sub-zero temperatures. Skating on Occom Pond seemed the quaint sort of winter activity that would make a beautiful but cold day enjoyable.
Since the first Winter Carnival in 1910, snow sculptures, ski races and parties in fraternity basements have defined the celebration.
Over Winter Carnival weekend, Safety and Security and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services will increase campus presence and patrol in anticipation of greater activity and potential hazards caused by the cold weather, Safety and Security director Harry Kinne and Dartmouth EMS executive director Nick Valentini '13 said.
After a three-year losing streak to the University of Vermont over Winter Carnival weekend, the Dartmouth ski team hopes to regain dominance in the division with a win.
Winter Carnival, like the College's other major weekends, draws large crowds of alumni back to campus to reunite with former classmates and partake in a traditional Dartmouth experience. While the Alumni Relations office does not keep track of the number of alumni returning to the College over the weekend, it expects the weekend to be popular among alumni, according to senior managing director Diana Lawrence.
While students may be looking forward to wintery fun and having no classes during Winter Carnival, professors said they generally do not partake in traditional events and are planning to use the long weekend to travel. Theater department academic assistant Effie Cummings said she does not attend most Carnival events but enjoys watching students build the snow sculpture.
Hanover businesses are expecting a flurry of economic activity over Winter Carnival weekend, according to local store owners and employees. Hanover dining staples, such as the Canoe Club and Lou's Restaurant and Bakery, are preparing for an influx of visitors, including alumni and their families.
The 2013 Winter Carnival poster, designed by Teagan Daly '13, may be purchased at the Dartmouth Co-Op today for $15.
Imagine the Dean of the College in a horse-drawn wagon riding down Webster Avenue, judging ice figures constructed on each fraternity house's front lawn.
To fight off the winter chill, Dartmouth's peer institutions engage in winter celebrations ranging from parties and winter traditions to academic-themed events.
The Winter Carnival celebrations that Dartmouth students now enjoy began as a mere field day in 1910 after a single student, Fred Harris '11, proposed in The Dartmouth that students should take greater advantage of the opportunities the frigid Hanover weather presents for showcasing winter sports. Since then, the weekend has seen beauty pageants, the mental breakdown of an American literary giant and a number of particularly rowdy fraternity parties. At its inception, Winter Carnival, which was then known as "Winter Meet," involved ski races, hockey games and other sporting events held around Occom Pond.
Winter Carnival offers students a chance to celebrate despite the freezing temperatures that define Hanover's grimmest season.