You should really finish up that problem set, but you should also show up to that social event you planned. You should turn in that internship and job application ASAP, but you should also be sleeping more to manage your health.
February 12, 2019 11:51pm
Valentine’s Day is either an excuse to go on a romantic date with a significant other, a time to gather a group of gal-pals and watch sappy rom-coms, or a reason to treat yourself to that overpriced box of assorted chocolate truffles. Whatever you are planning for Valentine’s Day, I just want to remind you that it is also a time when we can show ourselves a little extra love.
February 7, 2019 11:23pm
“Bring some long red woolen underwear!” While the tip seems inappropriate today, this was the advice given to women visiting Dartmouth for the 1951 Winter Carnival.
February 7, 2019 11:20pm
“Winter Carnival” was a low-budget Hollywood production set at Dartmouth that was released in the summer of 1939.
February 7, 2019 11:20pm
“From Gurgl and Obergurgl to New Hampshire comes Dr. Wolfgang Schlitz. Touring the White Mountains, he sees Mount Washington, famous for high winds, terrific storms, many climbing tragedies.”
February 7, 2019 11:33pm
Before Robert Trundle ’91 arrived on campus, he already had high expectations for Winter Carnival.
February 17, 2019 7:07pm
The Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio was founded in 1966 and is a very unique workshop among colleges and universities. Jeff Georgantes, director of the studio of 14 years, says that to his knowledge, no other academic institution has a professionally-managed jewelry studio open to all students, regardless of major.
January 30, 2019 4:16pm
I first heard about Comparative Literature 42.01, “Prada, Chanel, Ferrari: History and Literature” during the tail end of this past fall term. Long enough into the term that I’d begun to feel that itch: the one that you feel when you have just finished midterms and major projects, but have yet to begin finals.
January 30, 2019 4:15pm
Dartmouth people are intimidating. First-day-of-class icebreakers often lead to awkward situations, like when you provide the fun fact that you have a dog named Milo and the person across from you responds with her discovery of a dwarf planet.
January 30, 2019 4:18pm
Rauner Special Collection Library is, in a way, its own hidden gem. It’s not one of the more popular study spaces on campus, because of its limited space and hours, but it houses a plethora of rare and valuable artifacts most Dartmouth students, myself included, know nothing about.