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“Friends with benefits” is a pretty agreeable phrase taken at face value. Who doesn’t like friends? Further, who doesn’t like benefits? I certainly like both, individually and as a sum of their parts. However, my enthusiasm has been tempered by others’ experiences. Talking to a friend about friends with benefits, she brought up the concept of “settling” for less than a romantic relationship. In my mind, a f*ck buddy partnership isn’t settling; our communities’ inability to conceive of sex outside of marriage-track relationships or isolated incidents of drunken hook-ups is. In a culture of extremes, intermediary relationships turn poisonous, if they exist at all.
PoliTalk: “The Moral Case for Free Markets" in the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center's Class of 1930 Room, 7:30-9 p.m.
Attend a dinner discussion and presentation by New York Times bestselling author and King’s College President Dinesh D’Souza ’83.
It’s official: the entire world is tablet crazy. Countless tech companies are struggling to outdo each other by producing the most technologically advanced tablet computer for the least amount of money. Competition spawns innovation, and the past year has given birth to the most impressive line of technology since Bill Gates launched the first Windows computer (probably an over exaggeration, but you get the point).
Damn it, Hanover. You certainly had me fooled. Last week I was pleasantly surprised when I returned from Miami to find that the weather here was exactly the same. I was drifting around campus in a maxi skirt with hair still wet from the shower. 84 degrees! In Hanover! In March! Who'd have thought?
Based on the standing-room-only turnout, the first goal was achieved. The second, not really. Wade mentioned that, based on responses from 17,000 students surveyed at 17 universities across the country, many women reported they failed to feel empowered after sex — not at all in line with the liberation and hoorah portrayed on "Sex and the City." But I think that women on this campus should take ownership of their horniness and “go get some.”
When brainstorming sightseeing ideas for exploring the Upper Valley, a popular destination that comes to mind is the Vermont Antique Mall in Quechee, Vt. Understandable, as the Cabot cheese store situated inside offers unlimited samples their ubiquitous cheese, and it is only a twenty-minute drive from campus. However, on your next jaunt across the border, do not let the Cabot samples and knickknacks be the only stop in your itinerary, no matter how irresistible the cheddar and novelty items may be. Make room in your trip (and stomach) for The Farmer’s Diner!
I love unexpected combinations, like chocolate and chili peppers or jalapenos and pineapple on pizza (just try it — trust me). One such combo that has always intrigued me the most is the marriage of balsamic vinegar and fruit — specifically, strawberries. Most of us know balsamic vinegar as a dip for bread or a dressing on salad, but in reality, its potential extends much further. Case in point: this week’s DDS Detective, a strawberry balsamic sundae: luxurious, creamy, tart and with just a hint of sweetness.
A lot has been written about the perfect “sex playlist.” While it makes sense to avoid some more uncomfortable songs playing mid-coitus ("Jizz In My Pants," "Creep," anything that mentions marriage), I think a singular sex playlist isn’t enough for a modern Dartmouth student. Thus, here are some playlists that too many of us should have on our computers.
Thankfully, Dartmouth offers many, many resources to help meet your stalking needs.
You New Englanders are worse than the actual English. We are teased relentlessly by the rest of Europe for getting ridiculously over-excited as soon as the temperature gets above 50 degrees. As soon as there's even a hint of sunshine we all rush out into our local parks and gardens, glowing white skin exposed, doggedly ignoring our goosebumps and loudly declaring "It'ssowarm today!" Such are members of the Dartmouth community, who for the last few days of Winter Term exhibited summer dresses, shorts and bare legs in Baker-Berry.