Oct. 10, 12:27 p.m., Maynard Street: Safety and Security officers found an intoxicated student near the Maynard Street parking lot.The individual was evaluated and transported to Dick’s House where he was admitted for the night. Oct. 10, 11:33 p.m., Russell Sage Hall: Safety and Security officers and the Hanover Fire Department responded to a report of an intoxicated female in Russell Sage Hall. She was evaluated and then transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Oct. 10, 11:42 p.m., Collis Center: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services responded to a report of a heavily intoxicated and vomiting male. The individual was evaluated by Dartmouth EMS and transported to Dick’s House where he was admitted for the night. Oct. 10, 1:36 a.m., Russell Sage Hall: Safety and Security officers responded to a report of an ill female in Russell Sage Hall. The individual was identified as afriend of a Dartmouth student. She received medical assistance and was reportedly taken into protective custody by the Hanover Police Department. Oct. 11, 7:18 a.m., Bissell Hall: Safety and Security officers were dispatched to Bissell Hall for a report of an unresponsive male. An ambulance was called, the individual was evaluated by paramedics and then admitted to Dick’s House for intoxication. Oct. 11,7:51 p.m., 45 Lebanon Street: Safety and Security officers and Hanover Ambulance responded to 45 Lebanon St., where a student had reportedly tripped and fallen down. The individual was evaluated and then transported to DHMC byambulance for further observation. Oct. 12, 8:52 a.m., Lebanon, NH: Safety and Security officers responded to a report of a Dartmouth-leased van stolen near Hillcrest Drive in Lebanon. The police were contacted and the stolen vehicle was reportedly found near Newport, N.H. by state police. Oct. 12, 1:05 a.m., Webster Avenue: Safety and Security officers responded to a call to Webster Avenue where they found a reportedly unresponsive individual sitting on the curb. The individual was evaluated and transportedto Dick’s House.
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In case you have been living under a rock and/or you haven’t looked up from your notes because you’ve been studying for midterms, Dartmouth Homecoming is this Friday, October 17!!!!!
This past week has felt like a terrible dream: no sleep, too much work and a constant fight against a stupid cold. Most logical human beings would stay inand catch up on that mythical thing I call “sleep,” but then again I am a college student and we as a breed are living, breathing contradictions. We enjoy calling our parents at midnight before a test to tear up about all the work we have so they can comfort us, only to seamlessly transition to dancing on tables the very next night. I think as a breed we are losing our short-term memory.
Midterms are upon us all! To help preserve your sanity amid the piles of papers and exams, I have compiled a list of websites for procrastination purposes.
Full disclosure: this review is going to be extremely biased because I adore Yelle. Honestly, the trio, comprised of Julie Budet, Jean-François Perrier and Tanguy Destable,could release an hour of tuneless humming and I’d still be into it. That being said, “Complètement Fou” is a great good-times album.
If only I could go back seven weeks in time, at the height of my sophomore summer at Dartmouth. I had just started following a relatively well-known food review website on Instagram, The Infatuation, and my life suddenly gained so much meaning. One of the first photos that came up on my Instagram home page was this gem — it was labeled as a breakfast #EEEEEATS, but seen by my eyes as an eventual FoCo creation. And with midterms this week, what better way to procrastinate than to spend 20 minutes in FoCo celebrating the best meal of the day — dessert!
PSA: This article is not about getting into college, but rather about getting into shenanigans. The title is merely a clever pun.
Brown University:Last weekend, Brown hosted the All-Ivy Native Council fall summit, the Brown Daily Herald reported, drawing record attendance from all eight Ivies. The All-Ivy Native Council is an intercollegiate organization that seeks to build community on Ivy League campuses. This year’s theme was “Laugh, Heal, Resist,” to reflect the healing power of art and performance. The summit included workshops, a panel discussion and a comedy show to end the weekend.
In 2002, it was reported that Samuel Sherman, president of Independent-International Pictures Corps, purchased what many consider to be the oldest known photo of a UFO. The identity of the photographers were later revealed to be Amos Clough and Howard Kimball, and it was taken during an expedition in the White Mountains in New Hampshire during the winter of 1871. Many UFO enthusiasts, however, question its authenticity. In a book written about the expedition, there is no mention of the UFO being noticed by either of the explorers, and the distance of the photograph makes it difficult to discern much about the object pictured in the mountains. Regardless of its authenticity as a photographed UFO, the incident still maintains an important place in the history of UFO sightings in the United States.
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.
Oct. 3, 11:19 p.m., Webster Avenue:Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services responded to a Good Samaritan call. The reportedly combative and intoxicated individual, a member of the Class of 2017, was located between Phi Delta Alpha and Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternities. He was transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for evaluation.
It’s no secret that Dartmouth students don’t exactly flock to the bars in town when the weekend rolls around. While there have been somewhat-secret “hot spots” for upperclassmen (RIP 3 Guys Trivia Tuesdays), the largely underage student body remains pretty unaware of what lies just south of Wheelock Street. In order to unveil the mystery, two of the senior-iest Dartbeat writers were assigned to investigate. With “alcohol expert” Helen Pfeiffer ’16 in tow, we set out on Friday night with our work cut out for us. Hey, maybe this will become the new senior year circuit?
Moving from the San Francisco Bay Area to Dartmouth was quite the change for me. I realized that I would soon feel temperatures below zero, and have to wear snow boots and a parka just to remember what warmth felt like. And I had to get used to a slightly more limited food scene. I always joke with friends from home that in Hanover, there’s the Chinese restaurant, the Thai restaurant and the Indian restaurant.
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.