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The Dartmouth
May 24, 2024 | Latest Issue
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THE LIST

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Why is Dartmouth's style evolution so mind-bogglingly slow? My theory: we're all out looking for play and students, male and female, fear that if they wear something risky or fashion-forward they'll scare off their love-interest.


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Inside This Issue

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So, it is that time of the year again. The time to say goodbye, so long, adieu, ciao, ma'asaalama ... With graduation on the horizon for a quarter of our school's population, I started to think about my own impending launch into the Real World.





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Inside This Issue

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I would like to add a delicious diner to the list of eateries enumerated on pages 8 - 9: For the biggest/ best pancakes in the Upper Valley take 1-91 South until exit 10N.


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WRJ Revitalized and Revisited

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White River Junction is home to several junctions: it is where the White River joins the Connecticut River, where I-89 meets I-91, and where a handful of mothballed rail lines merge. The village boomed in the early 20th century, becoming a major hub for the railways leading to upper Vermont and New Hampshire.




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Alice Unchained: Let's get a meal

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DDS has been dished a lot of beef lately by our student bod. Among other things, people are unhappy about the 2006 Topside spending reforms, frustrated by the 2,006 people in the pasta line at Collis, and fearful of a surprise attack by Homeplate's vicious Chipwich Monster.




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Overheard

Midterms have apparently drained us of common sense/basic brain function: "What are those territories, you know, in the Northwest of Canada called?" "The Northwest Territories?" "Oh yeah." '06 Girls, Collis. "What is skeet shooting?


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A rallying cry for equality

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A Student Responds to the bill that she believes infringes on the Human Rights of asylum seekers by stripping them of due process protections and limiting their access to essential services. The Bill also redefines Undocumented illegal Immigrants as felons and punishes anyone guilty of assisting them.



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Alice Unchained: Brothers in the basement

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Once upon a time, there was an only-child named "Me." I was a happy little girl, content to hang out on my own, to play flip-bottle by myself and to boot on my rattle without being judged by any cradle-crampin' siblings.