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The Mirror Talk Real One Day: #Facetime, #HookingUp and #LOLcats

(11/18/11 4:00am)

We'll start with some snarky grabber (and a comment in parentheses to make said sentence actually snarky). But what's this about a "grabber" why are we even worried about getting you to read our shit in the first place?? This whole thing could be crap but you better believe it won't be and you'd all still read it anywayz because the truth is that when you say you "read The D" you actually only read The Mirror (insert self-call here).

Four new deans join undergrad. advisors

(11/18/11 4:00am)

The Dean of the College's Office centralized advising services to a new Baker-Berry Library location and created four additional undergraduate dean positions this summer in an effort to "upgrade" the College's academic advising system, Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson said in an interview with The Dartmouth Editorial Board. The recent changes are part of an ongoing effort to reconfigure the advising system, but such efforts do not constitute an "overhaul" of the current structure, she emphasized.

Mirror Blotter

(11/18/11 4:00am)

Nov. 9, 1:45 a.m.Fahey-McLane residence hallHanover Police took an intoxicated male member of the Class of 2015 into protective custody after an officer found him dropping condoms filled with water from his second-floor window in Fahey Hall onto pedestrians below. When questioned, the student admitted that he "couldn't find a better use for [the condoms]." The student was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor and was released later that evening to his mother.

Soccer loses to Friars in first round

(11/18/11 4:00am)

Maarten van Ess '12 recorded the first shot of the game in the fourth minute of play, but Providence soon received a shooting opportunity when Dartmouth committed a pair of fouls in the 11th minute. Providence sophomore Greg Davis played the ball to junior Marc Cintron, who crossed to senior John Raley on the far-left side. Raley drove a low ball into the bottom-right corner of the net to give the Friars a one-goal lead.

Editors' Note

(11/18/11 4:00am)

Or have we? Read: Wait. Seriously. Let's be real. But actually. What searing scars on collective campus cultural creation have we not quite come to terms with? (Parenthetical sass misconstrued as an epiphany: Excessive consonance makes everything SO much more meta!)

Verbum Ultimum: A Mistake to Learn From

(11/18/11 4:00am)

Last week, we all reneged on our moral responsibility to ensure that our campus is a safe, accepting place. The Dartmouth community's response to the discriminatory vandalism on the ground floor of Fahey-McLane residence hall has been delayed and half-hearted on every level. From the administration to student leaders to The Dartmouth itself, campus groups did not react to this disturbing incident in a forceful or timely manner that reflected the egregious and hateful nature of the crime. In so doing, Dartmouth students and administrators did not adequately send the message that homophobic, bigoted behavior is not tolerated here.

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