Amelia Acosta


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Pure Poetry

In just how infinitely and minutely different everyone else’s spaces and moments are, they are infinitely and minutely beautiful. Just as I will never lose mine, they will never lose theirs. That’s how we’ll never lose Dartmouth, and that is pure poetry.


Gilbert '16 trial: Nurse describes complainant's medical exam

On Monday morning, prosecuting attorneys opened the second week of the trial against Parker Gilbert ’16, accused of rape, by calling further witnesses and relying heavily on medical records and visual aids. The day centered around testimony from Elizabeth Morse ’77, a sexual assault nurse examiner who saw the complainant at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center following her initial examination at Dick’s House.



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Alexandra Dalton / The Dartmouth March is the month of war, and while I've certainly never fought in a war, I have a very clear memory of the first time I punched someone.


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Alexandra Dalton / The Dartmouth I am from Arizona, one of only two states that finds it necessary to rebel against centralized government by refusing to accept that most ominous and threatening of specters: daylight savings time.


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Rebecca Xu / The Dartmouth Staff When I was a child, I suffered from several chronic misconceptions about how the world worked.


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Top 5 Ways to Avoid Creepy Alumns over Carnival

DO NOT under any circumstances eat any of your meals in town, unless you want to dine alongside alums enjoying legality in Hanover with $2 margaritas or karaoke at Salt Hill Pub. If you see beer other than Keystone in the basement, don't touch it.


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/ The Dartmouth Staff Whenever people hear that I'm from Chicago, they automatically assume I'm fine with the cold.


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/ The Dartmouth Staff There are a million things that we are encouraged to do with our dreams: chase them, follow them, achieve them.


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/ The Dartmouth Staff A little known fact about me is that I was a fairly unsuccessful child actress, starring in "When I Grow Up I Want to be... A Veterinarian." Though this was the peak of my acting career, it wasn't the end of my life as a performer.


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