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It was a good week for FoCo Joe at Home. I will get to the food shortly, but first, here’s a quick update on my life and some musings on food in general. The internship is going swimmingly, and I’ve picked up CrossFit again, hoping the workouts will kick my butt into shape quickly. I have to admit, the quality of a CrossFit workout is so much higher than any workout I could conjure up on my own in a gym — largely because of the presence of the instructor and other athletes with whom I can compare myself to and compete against. The “team” atmosphere motivates me more than I ever can on my own.
I realized this week that the same could be said about my approach to food.
All things you want to avoid when walking across the Green. But is there a relationship between what you tend to step in and who you are? Might be! Take this quick quiz to find out.
Death Cab for Cutie has put out an unbelievable amount of music in their 17 years as a band. From 1998’s “Something About Airplanes,” through the iconic album “Plans” (2005) — which featured some of the tracks that made Death Cab a household name, including “Soul Meets Body” and “I Will Follow You Into the Dark” — these albums were just the beginning. “Narrow Stairs” (2008) and “Codes and Keys” (2011) only furthered the band’s standing as a staple of the indie rock community.
Maybe they're getting ready for the Game of Thrones season premiere tonight?
The weather outside is… terrible.
'16 at Fresh: “This kinda feels like worthy burger!”
Apr. 3, 1:09 a.m., New Hampshire Hall:Safety and Security officers rendered assistance to a student in New Hamp. The student reportedly had an allergic reaction and fainted in the bathroom. The student was evaluated and transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center via ambulance.
Each week, Dartbeat asks a group of musically inclined students to recommend their favorite songs of the week according to a particular theme. This week we focus on songs to get you back in the groove. Now that it’s week two, students are falling back into the rhythm of classes, activities and all the other things that take up time here. Enjoy!
Check out this personal plea from “Divot” in a 1986 issue of The Dartmouth. I guess this makes sense in a time before Tindr — but one wonders whether this is worse or better than the world we have now?
As young, attractive, intelligent students attending Dartmouth and living in the 21st century, we live very privileged existences. We can meet world-renowned professors by simply going to class, observe stunning views walking anywhere on campus and have unlimited access to FoCo cookies — undeniably a wonder of the world.
Here at Dartbeat, we often wonder what Dartmouth’s more storied alumni looked like back in their college days. Well, your intrepid reporter ventured into the deep, dark vaults of Rauner Special Collections Library to find out so that you didn’t have to. Here, in all their black-and-white glory, are some famous Hanoverians of yesteryear:
Former Vice President Nelson Rockefeller ’30
Rockefeller looks damn fine in his senior pic, and if you want in on that Standard Oil money or maybe just like to head down to his eponymous center, you want this pic staring back at you from the wall because it smolders.
Brown University: In conjunction with researchers from Lehigh and Loyola Marymount Universities, a research team of psychologists and sociologists from Brown has conducted new research on the practice of “pre-gaming” — drinking alcohol before attending a party or event, The Brown Daily Herald reported. The team studied more than 900 students from California universities, and after controlling for total alcohol use, the study showed that higher pre-party drinking is more likely to be associated with drinking to cope or drinking to conform.
Columbia University: The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism released a review of Rolling Stone’s controversial article covering an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house, The Columbia Spectator reported. Written by two deans and a post-doctoral research fellow, the report emphasizes faults in the manner in which the story was written, edited and fact-check. Since the release of the review, Rolling Stone has retracted the original article, although it has chosen not to fire writers or editors involved.
In the wake of #Philibition, the Dartmouth community is slowly but surely adjusting to life without hard alcohol. While campus continues to mourn the Fireball handles of 15Ws past, Dartbeat thinks there's a lot to be said for hard alcohol's less alcohol-y siblings. Take this quiz and find out which hard alcohol alternative matches you best. Bottoms up!
Spring has 15Sprung in sunny Hanover, NH — meaning that there’s still a foot of snow, the Big Green more closely resembles the Big Brown and there are more people on campus then you’ve ever seen in your life. Who are you all? Are you a ’16, back from an off-term? An ’18 who’s 15Stillwondering where Silsby is? Either way, sometimes, you just have to make the hard choices (like shoving that guy out of the way in the Collis smoothie line whether he’s a ’15 or an ’18 — 15Sorrynotsorry). But the question is, what would you rather…?
Dartbeat's editors for 15S and 15F answer a few questions about themselves. Glad to meet you!
Are you bed, bath or beyond?
Pre-rush season is upon us once again, and you can smell the pheromones and angst from Webster Avenue to Wheelock Street.
Being a girl during pre-rush is both great and confusing — you could probably stand naked in the middle of the basement during frat pre-rush and dudes would give you a cursory, confused look and then continue to flirt with one another as you stand there. While this shift in your guy friends’ behavior may be mysterious, what’s more mysterious is what happens behind those closed doors of quasi-brotherhood. What really goes on at a frat rush party? Dartbeat reports.
Although all is deceptively back to normal in the library now, around 3:30 p.m. the fire alarms throughout the library went off for a drill.
It’s always interesting to see how a band changes from one release to another. More often than not, someone is of the opinion that the old stuff is better than the new. Recently, I found myself adopting this position in response to the new Walk the Moon album. In all fairness, my vague unease with Walk the Moon’s new effort has more to do with my strange and excessive love for their first album than with the quality of their new work. My attachment makes it hard for me to be objective. On the other hand, I’m incredibly pleased with HOLYCHILD’s new single “Running Behind” probably because I have no strong memories associated with “Mindspeak,” their excellent, electro-pop 2014 EP.
This past week was my first week on the job, and my internship could not have started out on a sweeter note. At 9 a.m. on my very first day, I was treated to a box full of donuts! I normally am not the biggest fan of donuts — I think them as an especially heavy, unhealthy treat. Even on special occasions, I don’t go out of my way to seek out a custard-filled chocolate éclair (my favorite) or a jelly donut (my second favorite). There are lighter donuts to choose from to be fair, and I always have room for a good ol’ glazed donut. But this morning, at 9 am, I was confronted with a true dilemma. Who eats donuts, let alone at such an hour? Not I. But who can turn down a donut on Day One? Not I…
After you forgive us for the terrible pun, head to the "lawn" in front of Baker-Berry to pick up some Easter eggs!