Reliving Dartmouth past

During First-Year Trips, like most Dartmouth students, I wrote myself a letter. Unlike many of my peers, I wrote this letter quite seriously, pouring my soul out to my future self who would receive it six months from then.

Lots and lots of snow to throw!

It was 1:45 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12 when I first heard the rumors. In my floor’s GroupMe, someone had sent a picture of a poem, written in the familiar style of Dr. Seuss, announcing ...

"100 nights" before graduation

We drive along the Hudson River, having already said goodbye to the privacy of a house rented by eight West Point “firsties” for the weekend.

Editor's Note

February 21, 2017 9:52pm

We talk a lot about the quintessential Dartmouth “rites of passage” throughout this issue, like staying up all night to eat Lou’s, swimming across the river naked or jumping in freezing water over Carnival.

Lest the old traditions fail

“Did you know the ‘Lou’s challenge’ isn’t free?” my friend asked as we passed by Lou’s restaurant. “Of course,” I replied, baffled.

Letting their voices be heard

V-February is Dartmouth’s month-long initiative to educate the community about issues related to gender and sexuality, including violence against females, in the month of February. ...