Erin Landau


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Mirror

Forgetting Your Past

It is easy to lie about who you are, both to yourself and others. Most freshmen enter college with very few people who truly know them — and, of course, many barely know themselves.


Mirror

Editor’s Note

The first time I wrote for The Mirror was the second week of my freshman fall in 2011. Now I find myself editing my last issue of The Mirror.




Mirror

Editor’s Note

In the past few weeks, it’s been hard not to question some of those aspects of my identity that I used to consider givens.



Mirror

Editor’s Note

This fall has been one of the most confusing and tumultuous terms of my time at Dartmouth.



Mirror

Editor's Note

This week, The Mirror is getting personal. I’m not really sure how it happened, but all of our writers this week added a little tinge of personal history to their stories.


Mirror

Editor's Note

The topic of anniversaries — our centerfold this week — got me thinking about the importance of getting a little perspective, which is hard to do while burrowed in the stacks or, in my case, lurking in my off-campus apartment. There are so many people I could have met, clubs I could have joined, apples I could have picked. It’s a good thing I still have a little bit of that precious time left.


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