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/ The Dartmouth Staff
A little known fact about me is that I was a fairly unsuccessful child actress, starring in "When I Grow Up I Want to be... A Veterinarian." Though this was the peak of my acting career, it wasn't the end of my life as a performer.
"Jennifer Lawrence, because we would repopulate the earth with beautiful offspring and she looks good with a bow and arrow." Jack Boger
'15 Guy: Do you know who the Sun God is?'16 Guy: Like the Egyptian god?
'14 Girl: We didn't have pudding tails because it objectifies women'14 Girl: Well objectively it was fun
'13 Girl: I've decided I'm really into money laundering..
'16 Girl on the Sunday before classes started : I've been on campus for three hours.
Everyone is making apocalypse jokes like there's no tomorrow.
So far this apocalypse is off to a slow start.
Allison Wang / The Dartmouth Staff
In about 7.6 billion years, the sun will expand to the point that it engulfs the earth.
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.
Well, Dartmouth, now that we've survived the apocalypse, we've realized that everything we thought we knew about the future was wrong.
There are aspects of Dartmouth and its culture that have so far endured the test of time. And then there are those that have faded away, even when they once seemed as permanent as the College itself.
Dear Gardner and Kate,
I've spent the last seven weeks sunbathing in California and am now preparing for my first winter in Hanover.
The frenzy over the alleged Mayan apocalypse on Dec 21 highlighted an interesting trend in American pop culture: a focus on the end of civilization and what might lay beyond.
I think Winter term feels like more of a fresh start than Fall, particularly when we've been away from Hanover for over a month.
Eager as I was to return to our Big Green home, I found myself desperately fending off the impending sense of responsibility nagging at the back of my six-week-hibernated brain.
You are cordially invitedTo Party Like it's 2013
Guests: Naturally this shindig boasts a few notable guests.
Rebecca Xu / The Dartmouth Staff
This summer, I took my first and last engineering class.
Since Dartmouth's creation and long before there have been countless predictions regarding the timeline for the end of the world.
Marietta Smith / The Dartmouth Staff
This one time, one of my floormates blacked out and wandered into my room.
'14 Girl: It's like champong. At first, you're like, oh, this is yummy. Then you're like, oh, I'm on the floor.
'13 Girl: Did you vote?'13 Guy: I voted absentee.
Freshman pregames and an uncanny, and yet unfortunately short-lived, ability to guzzle $5 vodka from plastic bottles.
Getting care packages from our parents.
From academics and extracurricular activities to dining preferences and exercise options (if any at all), Dartmouth students tend to be extremely divided in their interests.
I don't really know how to write this letter. I would like to think that is because there is nothing I'd change about my last three years at Darmouth, but it is probably more that I'm not ready to admit the things that I really messed up.