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It’s week nine, seniors, and the clocks are ticking. If you’re comforting yourself with the knowledge that you still have “TWO MORE TERMS, STOP” left at dear old Darty, in the same way that I feel obligated to point out when people make grammatical mistakes in essays they’ve already submitted, I feel obligated to notify you that there are a few last chances that you’ve probably already missed.
UPDATE: #poopinthesoup appears to be a false rumor. Fortunately, the soup at Collis remains safe for consumption.
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Have you ever looked around campus and, after seeing the mountains, trees and endless vests, noticed an oddly high number of couples at Dartmouth? Despite the College’s famed hookup culture, I sure see a lot of happy couples around holding hands. This may be due to Dartmouth’s rumored 40-percent marriage rate between graduates — although other sources say it’s only 10 percent. Regardless, that means that between one and four out of every 10 students will marry another Dartmouth grad, and that means lots of them will be proposing to their significant others on our very campus. So here’s a guide to help you find the best place to do so:
Zola Jesus, the singing personality of Nika Roza Danilova, isn’t concerned with being easy, predictable or comforting. Listening to her new album “Taiga” is about as emotionally turbulent as something that you can do in bed can be.
I have to say, Halloween was so great, but this week has really been meh. Getting back midterms is always stress inducing – the home stretch is so close yet so far. But let me tell you, this dessert has literally shaken up everything. Pun intended. I’ve had it at least once every day since Monday, and each time it tastes better than before. I’m always left full without feeling heavy. And I must mention the relative health benefits this dessert offers as well. “The Earthquake” is revolutionary for my culinary arsenal — a natural disaster turned miracle. Hopefully you’ll feel the same way when you try it.
Announcement: Week eight is coming to an end. Week. Eight.
On a cold snowy New Hampshire morning back in February, John Pepper ’91 was awake while the rest of campus was still asleep. A drone enthusiast, Pepper maneuvered his DJI Phantom 2 Vision around Baker tower. The sun was rising from behind, hitting the hills into Vermont across the Connecticut River, and Pepper caught a shot of the weather vane at the apex of the bell tower, with Silsby Hall, Russell Sage and the rest of Tuck Drive in the background.
If you attempt to Google “Hanover Christmas Market,” be forewarned that you’ll be directed to an impressive number of pages about a Christmas market in Hannover, Germany, which looks a bit more like this, rather than this familiar scene. But don’t be discouraged! There is still a Christmas market in our town.
Oct. 31, 10:06 p.m., Webster Avenue: Safety and Security officers and the Hanover Fire Department responded to a report of an intoxicated female. She was evaluated and then transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Why did the baby cross the road? … BECAUSE HE WAS A CHICKEN!
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It’s the time of term again, when the layup lists are circulating and you have consultations with your dean and/or besties to determine the perfect combination of classes for next term. If you are looking for a perfect third class, look no further. A senior selecting courses for the last time just scoured the ORC and did all of your work for you.
With the passing of Halloween and the arrival of November, we find ourselves reflecting on this past weekend. With all this spandex going on, it only makes sense that we ask ourselves “If each Ivy dressed up for Halloween, what superhero would they have been?”
What a wonderful weekend for Halloween. Midterms are mostly behind us, the beauty of fall perseveres with weather that by Dartmouth standards is “warm” and the San Francisco Giants just won the World Series. Yes, friends, orange rules everything around me, and even in FoCo I cannot escape it.
"Others in the crowd maymaliciously yell out, ‘Worst class ever!’ or ’Touch the fire!’Those are the chants of those misguided souls who maybelieve that tradition lives on in demeaning the experiencesof others."
So you’re going to a Halloween party this weekend, but don't have a costume. You knew Halloween was this weekend and that you would need one. But in the midst of midterms and papers, you have neglected to do anything about a costume. You, my friend, need a backup plan.
You Dartbeat readers have been very selfish lately. The Dartbeat family has been hitting you with all sorts of autumnal Halloween goodness: we’ve told you all the haunted spots YOU shouldcheck out around Hanover, we’ve given YOU eight autumn recipes to try out and we’ve helped decide whoYOU should be for Halloween. I’m putting my foot down and saying ENOUGH. It is not all about you, you, you (well, it kind of is, but still). So I am introducing the first annual “What Should Administrators Be For Halloween?” because even administrators need some Dartbeat TLC.
The best kind of music video complements the song, providing a visual that goes along with the feel of the song. It doesn’t have to be crazy elaborate, and in fact that often takes away from the song itself (case in point: any of OK Go’s videos).
Brown:Phi Kappa Psi fraternity has been suspended following claims from two students of date-rape drug use in drinks at a party this past weekend. One of the students also reported being sexually assaulted the same night, and both experienced memory loss, the Brown Daily Herald reported.