In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without sound and music, and silence was upon the face of the night. And then God said, “Let there be EDM” and so God created the DJ.
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We’ve all had that feeling, whether it’s the morning after a night out, a mistake on the first day of class that makes you never want to return or falling all over yourself on the ice(so excited for 15W!) Embarrassment, a true friend that has always been there for me.
Ever considered keeping a cute chinchilla to show off to your friends? Or wondered whether the streaking traditions like the Ledyard Challenge were not only “totally Dartmouth” but also totally legal as well? Welcome to Dartmouth Mythbusters, where we prove or bust all those burning myths you’ve heard about life at Dartmouth.
Those of you who weren’t on campus in the summer may have noticed an extra dose of cute in Hanover – the Howe Library installed two Little Free Libraries over 14X. These structures invite passersby to “Take a book, leave a book,” offering a small break from a hectic day. The first Little Free Library was unveiled in front of Hanover’s Town Hall on Aug, 11 and the second, between the Hanover Inn and the Hop, was installed earlier this month.
This past week, I went on a hunt around the six freshman dorm clusters — the River, McLaughlin, East Wheelock, Fahey-McLane, Choates and Russell Sage — for the ultimate prize every undergraduate advisor dreams of winning:
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.”
Condensed campus clippings is a daily look at the happenings and ongoings blitzed out about on the campus events listserv.
1. Who are all these people?! Where did they come from?!
If you’re already wearing heavy down on the first day of classes, it’s going to be alongwinter.
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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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.
It’s that time of the term again, during which Dartmouth experiences a wonderful few weeks of students preparing to dress up in their fanciest clothes and break it down on the dance floor. That’s right, it’s formal season, and you may be experiencing at least six different emotions about it throughout the course of your day. Dartbeat knows how you feel and is happy to outline a course of strategy for you.
Every Dartmouth term has certain songs that define the quarter and will always bring you back to a great afternoon by the river or a midnight snowball fight, and 14X is no exception. Here’s Dartbeat’s rundown, in no particular order, of iconic sophomore summer 2014 songs: