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Dartmouth Eats

22s, you’ll soon come to realize that at Dartmouth, we’re all hungry. Hungry for knowledge, success, friendship, and above all else, food.


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Mirror Editors' Note: 2018 Freshman Issue

September 13, 2018 5:39pm

Your freshman year at Dartmouth has a special kind of glow. There will be moments in which it feels like the best time of your life — when you make friends with people from all across the country, when you experience the magic of four distinct seasons, when you uncover opportunities for learning whose existence you never fathomed.


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A Guide to Understanding Dartmouth Lingo

September 13, 2018 5:34pm

Unlike many other incoming first-year students, when Emma Chiu ’19 arrived at Dartmouth College in the fall of 2015, she had previously heard the terms “flitz,” “FSP,” and “BEMA,” but only because she had watched a YouTube video of Conan O’Brien’s 2011 commencement address at Dartmouth and heard him name-drop several examples of campus vocabulary . Chiu, now a senior, said that the address made her enthusiastic about what her future at Dartmouth would bring.


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Mirror Asks: 2018 Freshman Issue Edition

September 13, 2018 5:33pm

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MEMORY FROM FRESHMAN YEAR? Eliza Jane Schaeffer ‘20: I was sitting on the green when it first started to get warm in the spring (along with half of campus), and someone screamed out of their car window “people are happy!” Peter Charambulous ‘20: Snowball fight on green. Emma Demers ‘20: Studying abroad in Italy my freshman summer — truly an opportunity like no other to learn a language and I met some of my best friends at Dartmouth on the trip! Jee Seob Jung ‘20: Kiddie pool outside of Wheeler during Green Key. Hana Warmflash ‘20: PRANK WEEK. Kylie Sibilia ‘20: Tackling my friends in the snow in the annual snowball flight. WHAT IS YOUR LEAST FAVORITE MEMORY FROM FRESHMAN YEAR? EJS: Being just constantly confused. PC: Feeling of loneliness during orientation. ED: The October-November outbreak of hand-foot-mouth disease in the Choates was brutal. JSJ: Psych 001. HW: Getting back my first math exam. KS: Falling down the stairs in a frat basement. AT WHAT POINT DID DARTMOUTH FEEL LIKE HOME? PC: Snowball fight on green. ED: When I left after fall term for winterim and realized I was homesick for Dartmouth. Bella Jacoby ‘20: When I came back after being abroad.


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Mirror Asks

July 27, 2018 1:13am

Define “persistence” in four words. Zachary Benjamin ‘19: Keep on trucking on. Cristian Cano ‘20: Remember: just keep swimming! Annika Kouhia ‘20: Refusing even inevitable defeat.


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Editor's Note

June 29, 2018 1:32am

X: two slanted lines. They can represent a destination, a meeting place, a crossing, a refusal. At Dartmouth, we use X to describe sophomore summer, lending the letter added significance.


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The history of sophomore summer

June 29, 2018 1:52am

Sophomore summer holds a spell-like fascination in the minds of Dartmouth students. When talking about the upcoming term with my peers, many of them voiced not only excitement, but also trepidation that the summer would end too quickly, and the thing all of us have been looking forward to for so long would suddenly be finished.