Amidst the starving masses, Tumurbaatar captures the chaos of the Dartmouth lunch hour.
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In her nineteenth chapter of "Mixed from Main," Morin says that cell phones know when we have had mid-terms.
Kareem ponders what to do with the mess outside of her door.
Dedicated to all the parents who may or may not witness shenanigans on Webster Ave. this weekend.
The Duo rollout turns religious.
In the eighteenth chapter of "Mixed from Maine," Morin observes the campus-wide struggle of balancing work and leisure.
Reflecting on the change of seasons.
Where does all the water go? It's a secret.
If April showers bring May flowers, then what does April snow bring?
In the seventeenth chapter of her cartoon series, Morin observes the mixed feelings of spring term.
In her second installment of "Recollections: A Dartmouth Experience," Raja glimpses at humanity's shared fate with computers.
Using funny memes as a coping mechanism.
Lincoln explains the travails of being a Presidential Research Fellow.
In the sixteenth chapter of her cartoon series, Morin explores the fifth season of New England.
Have you asked your local student-athlete how busy they are lately? It's okay, they'll tell you.
You take mine, I'll take someone else's.
In the fifteenth chapter of "Mixed from Maine," Cecilia Morin '21 looks at the last hurdle before Spring Break.
Thinking about your D-Plan can be tough - even more so if you are an international student.
We all know what winter means.
Uuganzul Tumurbaatar '21 celebrates the Lunar New Year.