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This past Friday, the Dartmouth community participated in the annual Homecoming bonfire. Unlike recent years, freshmen were only permitted to walk one lap around the bonfire.
There are many forms of movement — the movement of a piece of music, a dance, a social campaign, the rustle of the last autumn leaves in the wind. Our lives, especially at Dartmouth, are in constant movement. We are running to class, drinking coffee, changing our minds, developing new ideas, catching balls, dancing to flashing lights in frat basements. This week, the Mirror covers movement, in its many facets. From shifts in social media trends to body language, to geographic locations, the Mirror explores the various ways in which Dartmouth moves. Movement is about change, and it’s everywhere. You may be sitting down while you read this, or standing in the line at King Arthur Flour Café, or taking a study break, but nonetheless, blood is coursing through your veins and your chest is rising up and down as you breathe in and out. No matter how hard you try, you cannot stay still — the atoms that you are composed of continuously vibrate.