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While many students may identify as feminists, there is certainly a discrepancy in how students define the term. This disparity is not limited to students at the College, however, as even within the feminist movement and feminist academic circles, the word seems to cover a broad spectrum of beliefs and ideas.
Like the illustrious David Guetta, you may look around this campus and wonder “Where them girls at?” You may also wonder “Where them guys at?” or “Where them people who fall somewhere else on the spectrum of gender at?”
Slut, creep, tramp, player — these are all words that have been thrown around to describe students who engage in sexual activity at the College, often in conjunction with those who participate in the perceived hookup culture. For years, activists and students on college campuses across the nation have decried the double standard to which men and women are subjected in relation to their sexual activity — or lack thereof.
I’ve always illustrated my personal taxonomy of jerks with the example of the equestrian statue. The first tier of jerks — i.e. people who are not jerks at all — will simply holler, “Hey, look at that cool statue of a fellow riding a horse!”
Michael Phelps is also engaged to the former Miss California, but he’s a total freak so I really don’t want to waste column space talking about that.
Writing about how gender infiltrates campus life requires nuance, empathy and a willingness to reconsider your most core beliefs.
Thank heavens I am no longer a writer.
4 -The number of panel discussions held under V-Feb.\n
37 - The number of synonyms for the word “vagina” that “The Vagina Monologues” mentions in the introduction for the 2008 version.
31 - The percent of female faculty members at Harvard University in fall 2011.
39 - The percent of the College’s total faculty who were female in fall 2013.
36 - The number of people who participated in this year’s “Voices” performance.
How has V-February evolved?
Once just a week long, now the festivities encompass a month’s worth of events, including multiple performances and panels.
The Dartmouth Mirror sat down with some members of V-Feb's planning committee to discuss their aims, regrets and the most powerful moments from this year's programming so far.?
The new undergraduate advisors packed into Brace Commons to begin their fourth day of training for an exercise called “behind closed doors.” Each of them must open a door without knowing what they will find behind it, and apply their knowledge of College regulations and protocol — as well as their own intuition — to respond to the scenario.
While the attention to including more than just two gender identities may be a newer consideration of the lyrics, her protest marks just one of many historical moments to change the alma mater since the song was officially composed by Harry Wellman of the Class of 1907 and adopted by the school in 1926.
The change, I am thrilled to say, has been my most profound quality of life improvement since investing in Spotify premium.
I do not go quietly. My heart pounds with feverish anticipation.
Gender-neutral housing represents one piece of a larger campus dialogue on gender
A friend of Aaron's encapsulates the perfect line from an E. E. Cumnmings poem.
Marian takes on fashion week, North West and, of course, vongs.
Students across campus share stories about crucial moments of change during their time at Dartmouth.
Take me — half-matured and of mediocre quality — or leave me. I’m the wine you open right away, because aging will do absolutely zilch to improve my condition.
7 —The number of campus housing locations that are gender-inclusive.
119; 104; 105 —The respective ages of Homecoming, Winter Carnival and Green Key.
32 —The number of stairs in Foley House.
16 —The number of years between coeducation and revision of “Alma Mater.”
32 —The number of years between the composition of the words of the alma mater and recognition as the College’s official song.