Charlie Rafkin


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Lessons I Learned

Former directorate member Charlie Rafkin '16 reflects on how Dartmouth has strengthed and humbled him, the advice he should have taken from his dad and what being away from Dartmouth and close friends taught him.



Mirror

Editor's Note

After last week’s trenchant, hard-hitting food issue, The Mirror needed to lie low.


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The D Runs the Numbers

13 — The number of librarians, specialists and archivists at Rauner Special Collections Library alone \n 189,000+ — The number of “sheet maps” inthe Evans Map Room \n 25 — The number of institutions, facilities and departments that report to the Provost \n 6,000+ — The number of words in the College’s charter \n 210 — The number of ampersands in the College’s charter



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Editor's Note

I might’ve been a new dog back in the fall, but I was far too stubborn to be taught a new trick.




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Editor's Note

Three months ago, this campus’s media moguls asked me to rise to the challenge of writing a weekly Editor’s Note. I could only have flailed to the ground — uncoordinated, weeping and alone — faster if you’d had asked me to play limbo.


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The D Runs the Numbers

7 -The price, in dollars, of Dirt Cowboy’s fox mustard. 23 -The number of College buildings with the word “House” in their titles. 98 -Length, in pages, of Hanover’s fiscal year 2015 budget documents.\n 162,800 - The money, in dollars, Hanover allocated in fiscal year 2015 to road salt. \n 6 - The number of people who attended this week’s town hall budget meeting.


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