Eliza Relman


Articles

Rebranding Regret

I often catch myself wishing there was a way to turn back time, sit myself down and teach myself some things.


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It's a Small World After All

International students comprise about 8 percent of our student body. I attended an international high school, but as an American, I'm still part of the 92 percent.



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Words Unspoken: The Dirty Side of Rush

Around this time every year, whisperings of sorority and fraternity rush infiltrate conversations on Collis Porch, at Greek house meetings, on First Floor Berry and in sophomore dorm rooms.




Arad '91 designs Sept. 11 memorial

Courtesy of The Globe and Mail After eight years of design and construction, the World Trade Center Site Memorial, architect Michael Arad '91, will be unveiled on the 10th anniversary of the Sept.



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To Hanover... and Beyond!

Geography lesson: Dartmouth sits in the quaint town of Hanover in the small but fierce state of New Hampshire, fondly referred to as "the middle of nowhere." Yes, you have agreed to spend the next four years of your life nestled in between the White Mountains and the Connecticut River at the crossroads of liberal arts and the Appalachian Trail.



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