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Lou's is now sporting a new menu. Maintaining the old favorites but adding some new options, smaller "Not Too Hungry" omelets and a few unique additions now fill the plastic sleeves of the shiny new menus. Dietary restrictions are easily identifiable and the food you love is still as delicious as ever. Stop by Lou's to check it out for yourself!
So it’s the second week of add/drop period, and you’re still looking for that third class? Here are a few suggestions that just might be the perfect fit.
If you haven’t heard of Ill Fayze yet, you must live under a rock. His social relevancy within the Dartmouth Bubble is about equivalent to Scotland’s independence in the real world. Marcus Reid ’18, otherwise known by his stage name Ill Fayze, became a campus celebrity after releasinghis song “McLaughlin Anthem.”
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14F is already underway, and with a new season comes a new flavor profile for all types of foods. The pumpkin spice latte is back, apples are very much in season and home-cooked comfort foods are making a comeback. Though we can very much see that 14X is long gone, I still refuse to accept that fall has truly begun. This week’s dessert is an homage to the straddling between seasons — it can be made at any time of the year and taste great. I call it a “banana boat,” inspired by an entirely different dessert from my study abroad experience in Buenos Aires, Argentina over 14S — the fall season in the Southern Hemisphere.
Yes, this is the second post I’m writing about The Front Bottoms – but I promise you they’re worth it. And I have an excuse because they’re currently relevant. This summer they put out an EP titled “Rose,” named after the drummer’s grandmother. This is allegedly the first of a series of EPs all to be named after the grandmothers of the band’s members.
1. Who are all these people?! Where did they come from?!
After a long relaxing summer, fall term is here at last. Fall in Hanover, as many know, is filled with joyful reunions, new beginnings and beautiful (not yet completely freezing) weather. And what better way to spend a breezy, colorful autumn day than at the Farmers Market?
1. Overdress for the weather.
Brown University: Alongside community members, studentsfromBrown and the Rhode Island School of Design staged a “die-in” on Sept. 12 to protest police brutality against people of color, the Brown Daily Herald reported. More than 100 people attended the protest to show solidarity and respect for the recent casualties in Ferguson, Missouri.
A famous fall joke I like to tell is: What did one autumn leaf say to another? I'm falling for you. Just like this hilarious joke, fall term can be so much fun. Lovely leaves are falling, delicious pies are made and the cool climate makes it possible to have great outdoor events with friends. To make your fall term exceptional, here is a list of 30 things to try.
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Things can get hectic at the start of term, so here is a comprehensive list of all the important dates you need to know to get through the first two weeks.
In honor of the impending first week of classes:
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I must admit, I am a big fan of Cap'n Crunch. FoCo's cereal selection in general truly astounds me; there really aren't any great cereals missing from its collection. This week, I knew I wanted to make something s'mores-related. I'm not sure why I was craving smores so, most likely a symptom of the almost-end-of-summer blues. Though there are no marshmallows, graham crackersor chocolate bars that I am aware of in FoCo, it is still very much possible to turn the s'more dream into an almost-reality. I was more than satisfied substituting marshmallow spread (FlufferNutter) for marshmallows, chocolate syrup for chocolate bars, and Cap'n Crunch pieces for graham crackers. Throw in some Reese's Pieces for good measure, and boom! A smore's cereal is born.
Step 1: Head over to the spreads by the toaster and place no more than a palm's worth of marshmallow spread in a bowl. Less is more when it comes to this stuff; it is sticky, fillingand addicting. Portion control is critical here.
Step 2: Over by the soft serve machine, drizzle on some chocolate syrup over the marshmallow spread.Nothing too difficult here, especially since aesthetics are not a concern for this dessert! It's that good!
Step 3: If you're into the chocolate peanut butter combo, like I am, spice up your s'mores with a spoonful of Reese's Pieces. The taste is not overpowering the essential S'mores flavors, and the candy's thicker texture adds a nice complement to the comparatively flakier (well, crunchier) Cap'n Crunch.
Step 4: Speaking of Cap'n Crunch, it's time to head over to the cereals collection and add just under a half of a serving of Cap'n Crunch to the bowl. Here is another good place to make this dessert your own; if you are a rare species of human that does not like Cap'n Crunch, go ahead and add your own cereal!
Step 5: Now, using a spoon, mix all ingredients together. It may look weird but it will taste great. The more mixed everything is, the better.
A special note: it is obviously a bit of a stretch to call this dessert a cereal, as there is no milk; that's because milk and marshmallow spread do not mix. I have no idea why that is, but a chem major might.
Also: adding soft serve or ice cream is not a bad idea, but this dessert is sufficiently filling without ice cream! I tried adding vanilla soft serve, and while I am always a sucker for any kind of ice cream, I found that the marshmallow flavor becomes lost in the creamy vanilla, and a smore's-flavored dessert turns into a fun collection of tasty sweets. Which isn't to say that such a result is a bad thing, I like fun collections of tasty sweets, but in a moment of summer nostalgia it might be worth adding the ice cream to this dessert on another night.
Good luck on final exams everyone! Until the fall.
Sure, sophomore has been fun — okay, way too much fun — but it’s time we all realize that it’s finals week, and 14X will soon be a fable we tell our children and grandchildren about when we give them their “Dartmouth 2040” sweaters. But let’s try and find the silver lining of it all and figure out what we might have to look forward to during 14F.
Hanover is the fourth safest town in New Hampshire, according to the Movoto Real Estate Blog, which recently ranked the crime rates of towns with populations of 5,000 residents or more. The ranking was created using data from the 2012 Uniform Crime Report from the FBI, and was calculated by the number of crimes committed per 100,000 residents.
A group of students, faculty and staff gathered in the middle of the Green at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, the darkness broken up by the glow of candles, to remember victims of police brutality following the death of Michael Brown and subsequent protests earlier this month.