Are you excited to devote hours and hours of your day to rush week? Are you an eager ’20 who just cannot wait until next fall when you, too, can ~rush~? No worries, my friends. Why limit yourself to only one form of Dartmouth’s favorite fall activity when you can try eleven (!!!) new alternative forms of rush?!?
Big Time Rush
Why go through normal rush when #YOU #GOTTA #LIVE #IT #BIG #TIME
Rushing toward the crosswalk by the Hanover Inn
Nothing says approachable like sprinting across the street when the crossing sign only has three seconds left and you are still by Lou’s (bonus points for every glare from angry drivers).
Practice your best cold and emotionless attitude, courtesy of Mr. Limbaugh himself, to help yourself stick out those late nights in the library.
Procrastinate and pay for tuition at the same time! #frugality
Hanover during passing periods rivals the streets of New York City, if you ask me.
The ultimate example of facetime – follow Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Franklin by carving your face into Mount Moosilauke. This is a surefire way to get a bid at any Greek house.
I heard Putin has pull pretty much everywhere.
Not that talking to people for hours doesn’t make your heart beat fast ~*I want this to last*~
Rushing to Conclusions
Just go ahead and assume you will probably fail all of your classes and never get any sleep. Avoid disappointment while you still can!
Rushing the field at Homecoming
Quintessential bonding for 20s may or may not result in a total adrenaline…rush.
The Rage Cage is now freshmen-less and probably will be until the end of time. #RIP. Relive your frat ban glory days – crank up “Everytime We Touch” and go at it with 30 of your closest friends.