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Dartbeat’s Guide to Winter Break TV

(11/14/14 8:00am)

With the craziness of the quarter system and Dartmouth’s work-hard-work-harder atmosphere, you probably already find yourself exhausted. Around week four, I started having fantasies about sleeping in a pile of adorable, cuddly puppies and never having to leave. At this point, my brain is completely fried, and expectations for academic performance are at an all-time low.




R​iverview Farm Corn Maze: What’s the Hub Bub Bubba Hubbard?

(10/30/14 12:00pm)

I grew up in Jersey City, New Jersey. For those of you who don’t know where that is, it’s right across the Hudson River from New York City (please don’t refer to us as the sixth borough, or we will hurt you). So my autumns were pretty muchspent drinking fake apple cider and eating ShopRite pumpkin pie. Oh, and waiting for the leaves to turn red on the one tree we had on our block and then watching the street sweepers clear out the leaves everyTuesdaymorning. *sigh*


R​iverview Farm Corn Maze: What’s the Hub Bub Bubba Hubbard?

(10/30/14 12:00pm)

I grew up in Jersey City, New Jersey. For those of you who don’t know where that is, it’s right across the Hudson River from New York City (please don’t refer to us as the sixth borough, or we will hurt you). So my autumns were pretty muchspent drinking fake apple cider and eating ShopRite pumpkin pie. Oh, and waiting for the leaves to turn red on the one tree we had on our block and then watching the street sweepers clear out the leaves everyTuesdaymorning. *sigh*




What the '15s Think About Our 14X Photos

(08/08/14 7:34pm)

As the weeks go on, '15s off-campus have been enviously eyeing our Facebook albums and recalling their own carefree days of sophomore summer. Some albums have acquired witty X-themed titles, some are still “14X” and waiting for that perfect what-x-word-has-no-one-used-yet vibe, and all of them are inspiring the upperclassmen waiting to come back to campus to try and somehow relive sophomore summer in whatever city their current internship is in. This, dear '16s, is what the '15s actually think about your sophomore summer album.


5 People Who Hate Rain Just As Much As We Do

(08/07/14 3:02pm)

Over sophomore summer, you imagined the weather would be sunny and 70 every day. Unfortunately, over the last few weeks, it has been raining a little too much. Here at Dartbeat, we know all too well that when it’s raining — and when your plans to go to the River after your 12 have been ruined — it can feel like it’s just you against the world. So to help you feel a little less alone, we’ve compiled a list of five famous people who hate the rain just as much as you do.



New Single Shows 18's Cluster Pride

(08/05/14 8:29pm)

Marcus Reid '18 — perhaps better known by his rap name "Ill Fayze" — might have just dropped the most fire single of 14F one month before freshman trips. The McLaughlin Anthem is as much an ode to Byrne, Berry, Bildner and Rauner as it is a diss track to all the other clusters. It's clear he's still working on Dartspeak — he's excited he won't have to live in the "coats" cluster — but it's just as clear he can't wait to get on campus, where his "room's got drank and space." Find his soundcloud here, or follow him on Twitter at @MarcusCantReid1.



FoCo Joe: Ice Cream Sandwich Barnburner

(08/05/14 12:49pm)

It’s pretty crazy to think that the summer quarter is ending in less than three weeks. The term flew by, and I have learned a lot this summer. But one thing that will always confuse me about this campus is the unpredictable weather patterns. I have no complaints about the summer temperatures in good ol’ Hanover, but I have yet to master the concept of humidity and how to best prepare myself for it. Every humid day leads to my wanting to wear flip flips, because my feet get uncomfortable in fluffy socks, but I think I there has only been one day this summer where I have worn my flip-flops and it hasn’t rained. It’s as if I’m Dartmouth’s Karen, from Mean Girls—my feet can always tell when it’s already raining.


What Your Favorite Summer Hike Says About Your Personality

(08/04/14 3:22pm)

Summer provides ample time and good weather to tackle the major mountains in the Hanover area, and many ‘16s have hiking trips on their bucket list. Here at Dartbeat, we believe that the mountain at the top of your list can say a lot about you – not only how awesome you are as a hiker, but also what sort of person you are that you would be drawn to this particular large pointy thing. We’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of popular summer hikes so you can find out what your list says about you. And if your favorite hike is The Fifty, please calm down.



A Trip to Worthy Burger

(07/23/14 3:02pm)

I’ve been hearing a ton of rave reviews recently about the renowned Worthy Burger, so this week I decided I had to try it out for myself. Located about a half hour’s drive from campus in South Royalton, Vermont, the restaurant has a slightly rustic vibe that is thankfully accompanied by three ceiling fans and an air conditioner inside. The Worthy Burger atmosphere is a friendly hum of activity: the bar scene was hopping as ragey 30-somethings turned down for draft beers on this Tuesday night, the air had the slight tinge of wood smoke and the sound of chattering customers filled the seating area.



How To Prepare for Random Downpours

(07/21/14 5:03pm)

It’s sophomore summer, a time of tanning by the river and reading on the Green. Of course, each beautiful Hanover day we get comes at a price: the ever-looming threat of a sporadic downpour. There’s no rhyme or reason to this crazy New England weather, and even the forecasts can’t seem to get it down. Ever since I had to dump my bag on two of my roommates I saw walking so I could finish biking home through a sudden downpour a few weeks ago, I’ve been extra paranoid about making sure I’m prepared for the all-too-common swings in New Hampshire weather. Here are some tips I’ve accumulated through my own rainy experiences to avoid getting caught unprepared in the rain.




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