Caitlin Kelly


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Editor's Note

This is the last Mirror under my watchful eye, and what better topic to cover with my last little soapbox than the one I'm most passionate about -- flair (see below). It's been fun, Dartmouth.


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The Election of 2008 was an epic one. I'm referring, of course, to its length. Here are the words that have been ruined -- maybe permanently -- by politicians and pundits over the past year: maverick, hope, change, hockey mom, lipstick.


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Our generation has been pounded with anti-drug, anti-smoking rhetoric for as long as we can remember.


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On the second evening of my Orientation Week, a wise man in Zeta Psi (whoa, I'm dating myself) revealed "The X" to me.


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From the minds that brought you "Gardening on Salvia" comes the long-awaited sequel: "Editor's Note on NyQuil." Yep, it's that time of year: leaves are turning, midterms are starting, and immune systems are flying south for the winter.


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In honor of Yom Kippur, this week The Mirror turns its eyes on the guilt that plagues us all. When I told my mom about the theme she said, 'What does guilt have to do with Yom Kippur?!" Exactly, Mom.


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Professors. You see them in the lecture hall or seminar room. Occasionally, you'll bump into them in the library between classes.


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Omigawd hi! How ARE you? How was your summer? Where were you -- wait, New York, right? Or was it DC?


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Goodbyes are always hard, something I was reminded of when some this week's writers, namely the seniors on The Mirror staff, kept Blitzing me with their writer's block woes.


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If Robinson Hall is an apartment building, The D and the DOC are like neighbors. When they have barbeques, the smell makes our mouths water.


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