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Students interact with employers at the Employer Connections Fair held Sept. 20 and 21.
The corpse flower, which only blooms every six years, is supposed to bloom in the Life Sciences Greenhouse sometime soon.
The Strauss Gallery recently opened its new exhibit: Speak! Listen! Act! A Kaleidoscope of Architectural Elements for Public Space.
Mirror photo editor Tiffany Zhai captures the Connecticut River's glorious beauty over time.
Edward G. Williams ’64
This summer, during a dreaded ice-breaking exercise at the beginning of class, I was asked what I like to do in my spare time.
Masters, a haiku:
Staci Mannella ’18 is one of the youngest members of the United States Paralympian Alpine National team. Mannella placed sixth at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014 and has been skiing since the age of four despite having been born with achromatopsia, a genetic visual acuity to three feet. At Dartmouth, Mannella is a member of the equestrian team, which won the Ivy League Championship in April. At the Ivy Championship, Mannella took first in the Intermediate Fences, fourth in the Open Fences Championship and sixth in Novice Flat. She sat down with Alyssa Mehra ’19 to discuss Olympic glory, balancing multiple winning teams and her plans for the future.
Please forgive us for using a Ralph Waldo Emerson quotation (we know how annoying that is), but it had us thinking this week — “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” We like this quote because if this is, in fact, glory, then our survival this past week in spite of some rather pathetic shortcomings means that we have achieved greatness. Hayley lost her ID this week, and Lauren broke her phone, eliminating the possibility of meeting our needs for two of Dartmouth’s most important essentials: eating at dining halls and pretending to be busy on our phones to avoid awkward conversations. Contemplating our own mediocrity, we decided to make this issue about glory — what it means, who has it, who doesn’t and how close we come to achieving it. Enjoy!