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Now that MDF is in effect, you're probably looking for some higher-proof Keystone alternatives. One (questionable) choice is Colt 45, a 6% ABV malt liquor most often sold in a 40-ounce bottle. If you go that route, what better way to advertise your drinking proclivities than purchasing one of these lamps for your dorm room? This ad was found in an issue of The Dartmouth from the late 1960's, and describes the lighting accessory — and hopefully not the beverage — as "the light of your life." We're just curious how many students took them up on their offer.
Maybe you do it for the protein. Maybe you do it for hot Collis Steve. Maybe you just like the danger of seeing someone flip your veggies, knowing that at any moment they could suffer serious burns in pursuit of the perfect golden-browned baby corn. Whatever the reason, you're in the Collis stir fry line. But which sauce will you choose?
Apr. 18, 12:00 a.m., Sigma Phi Epsilon: Safety and Security officers on patrol encountered an intoxicated individual vomiting inside of SigEp. The individual was evaluated by Dartmouth EMS, transported to Dick’s House and admitted for the night.
We may be Moving Dartmouth Forward, but that doesn’t mean that all you turnt turnips aren’t still going to rage.
But how will you hard-guys get drunk without hard alcohol? Follow this flow chart to find out.
(Franzia. The answer is Franzia).
When my editors asked me to profile Lulu Chang’s ’15 blog, “Two Asians and a Selfie Stick,” I immediately pictured two college-aged Asian women jet-setting across Europe, go-pro in hand — an eat, pray, love mission to “find themselves.” To say that I was wrong would be the understatement of the century. Within only seconds of opening Chang’s blog, I read dozens of screenshots that went more or less something like this:
The third weekend of Dimensions begins this Thursday, and campus is excited to welcome all of the new ’19s. Unfortunately, it seems as though someone in the Admissions Office seems to have distributed the wrong schedule. Luckily, we @Dartbeat were happy to step in during this time of need to give prospies the true Dartmouth experience.
I’ll get right to it this week – I am sure many of you San Franciscans are wondering why I waited until week four of FoCo Joe At Home to write about Bi-Rite Creamery, home to some of the world’s best ice cream. I kid you not, Bi-Rite has that kind of reputation. Located just across from Mission Dolores Park — arguably the social and cultural backbone of San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood — Bi-Rite is a long-time San Francisco staple. I have been there many a time in my upbringing and have always enjoyed the ice cream’s high quality. The flavors really do ring through in a Morano-esque way — every spoonful is worth it. It is Bi Rite’s long-held dedication to quality and taste that dissuaded me from writing about it earlier — there is no need for another article out there praising the place, everyone knows that.
Bi-Rite is so well-known and well-liked amongst both locals and tourists that the line is always a good 25 people deep — and I mean always. I was in the area for over two hours this past weekend, and I’m not lying when I say the length of the line never dipped below 25. During primetime, from 2:00-5:00 p.m., the line only got longer. The wait for a simple scoop or two was a good 15 to 20 minutes — which is not long, all things considered, for Bi-Rite ice cream! But you have to really want ice cream to wait in this line. And I mean really. The line awkwardly snakes through the sidewalk and is constructed from red cloth lines like the ones airports use to control crowds of anxious travelers. I hate to say it, but Bi-Rite is not so different from SF International airport – delays are all too common. On a sunny Sunday afternoon, people are overeager to get some of this ice cream, and quite frankly, that in itself can be a drag. But let it be clear, those who make the wait are paid with full satisfaction — and then some. The location and the ice cream both cannot be beat.
Much like FoCo’s waffle-maker, The Box (stylized theBOX) is something we (Annette and Caroline) have always glanced at with mild interest. Yet, they have both eluded us during out time here. This past fall we passed the food truck, still under the freshman delusion that FoCo was akin to a gourmet buffet. By the time we had realized our egregious error in judgment, The Box was gone for the winter. Luckily, along with warmth, sundresses and half of the student body, The Box is back for the spring, giving us a chance for redemption.
I know a lot of solid albums have been released recently, but I didn’t want to write about a single one of them. Instead, I’ve put together a playlist of tracks that I like. Ostensibly, the theme of this playlist is “songs to blast on the Green.” The basic requirements are volume (it must be loud), appropriateness (there are many tiny munchkins running around the Green) and upbeat-ness (monastic chanting is both loud and appropriate but not exactly fun).
Each week, Dartbeat asks a group of musically inclined students to recommend their favorite songs of the week. We then share a few of those tracks. Enjoy!
Before there was Humans of New York, there was “Boston People.” This page-long photo spread appears in a 1969 issue of The Dartmouth.
Girl 1: "Oh, I'm two for two."
Girl 2: "What?"
Girl 1: "Nights drunk. In a row."
Concern over AD's dogs – where will they go? A farm upstate?
As many of you may know, Dartmouth Admissions has been on hiatus for the past term as I went to San Francisco to find myself (jk, it was to build my resume). While I could spend this entire article admitting to embarrassing things that happened while there. Luckily I don’t have to because I have all of you to do it for me!
As I stepped back onto campus this term, I took in the fresh New Hampshire air, looked around and thought, “Wow, look at all these people, I bet they have done terrible, embarrassing things while I was away.”
Hanover weather is insane. This isn’t news (that’s why it’s on Dartbeat). Four inches of snow on Wednesday? Check. Salmon shorts and sundresses on Saturday? Also check. What with this mercurial climate and the fact that you can no longer go make out with a stranger on the ground floor of AD to vent your angst, it’s normal to be feeling a little on edge. Here are a few 15Signs Hanover weather has given you trust issues.
Brown University: On April 11, an assembly of approximately 40 students participated in the second annual March Against Sexual Assault on Brown’s campus, the Brown Daily Herald reported. Stand Up!, the group that organized the march, aims to raise awareness about sexual assault on campus and provide support for survivors. Students and community members sported shirts that read “Not on our campus” as they joined the march. Activist Wagatwe Wanjuki delivered a keynote address where she discussed her experience as a survivor, the importance of acknowledging intersectionality and it’s role in assault and the importance of avoiding traditional narratives in regard to sexual assault.
Here at Dartbeat, we’ve been very enthusiastic about the trend of putting random captions on historically significant works of art for comedic value. So of course, we had to wonder: what would a Dartmouth-themed march down art history humor lane look like? Fortunately, you don’t have to wonder anymore… because we gotchu.
When you’re sitting on the bench in the basement waiting to get on table but still trying to look cool.
Apr. 11, 12:59 a.m., The Tabard: Safety and Security officers, Dartmouth EMS, Hanover Police and Hanover Fire Department responded to a Good Samaritan Call at Tabard. The individual was evaluated and transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for a high level of intoxication.
You may think your 3.76 GPA is acceptable. You may think the A- you got on your last paper is an achievement. Well, you’ll reevaluate that after you look at College President Phil Hanlon’s daily schedule. Your intrepid reporter snuck a copy of his agenda from the President’ House after mistakenly wandering inside. You’ll be shocked what our president manages to get through in a single day!
April 14, 2015:
Spring has sprung! With a snowstorm at the end of last week and the temperatures in the 60s this week, it’s safe to say that Hanover is officially indecisive with regard to the weather. Finally, our poor souls can catch a break from the chilly hill winds in our veins. And what about those who took off-terms or went abroad for 15W? What were they doing while we battled the Hanover Snowpocalypse? Dartbeat explored some of these students’ amazing blogs that they wrote while they were away.