Dartmouth staffers celebrate transition in style at Changeover
It’s been a newsworthy year for The Dartmouth’s ’12 directorate, who published their final paper today - ’13 staffers are taking over production beginning on January 1st, a transition that was cause for celebration. Friday November 18th saw The Dartmouth staff donning their glad-rags for The Dartmouth’s Annual Changeover Celebration at Casque & Gauntlet.
Outgoing '12 directorateThe members of the editorial board were the first to arrive at the event, bearing bottles of champagne and closely-guarded award envelopes. They were closely followed by junior staff members dressed up to the nines in blazers, ties, dresses and heels.
Junior staffers arrive at C>he first person to catch my eye was our very own outgoing Dartbeat editor Tatiana Cooke ’12, who wowed the crowds in a modern classic – the black bandage dress.
Outgoing executive editors Jamila Ma ’12 and Katie Gonzalez ’12 dazzled on-lookers in a simple and elegant nude beaded chiffon dress and a petrol blue and metallic shift respectively.
From left: Gonzalez, Wray, Zou and CookeThe stunning Christine Kim ’14 brightened up the room in striking bright red lipstick and matching dress, and the adorable Maggie Zou ’12 looked every inch the lady with delicately braided hair.
Kim in redExtra fashion credit goes to Staff Writer of the Year Jenny Che ’14, who broke the mold in a classic cream vintage shirt and gorgeously patterned pencil skirt.
News writer Diana Ming ’14 and layout staff-member Laura Dorn ’15 kept their looks light and fresh in beautiful summer dresses.
Ming second from right in pinkNot to be outdone by the girls, outgoing advertising director Alex Lucey ’12 emulated a suave businessman in his grey three-piece suit, black bow-tie and heavy-rimmed glasses.
Lucey, center in greyNever to be underestimated, the most beautiful interpretations of the classic LBD that night were seen on Alesy Iturrey ’14, Jen Dalecki ’15 and Ester Khachatryan ’15.
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