Jilian Gundling


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Lessons Learned

To me, Jack Kerouac's quote from "On the Road" epitomizes Dartmouth: "The only ones for me are the mad ones." Dear Dartmouth, you are absolutely raving insane, and that is why I love you. As a writer for The Mirror for the last three years, I have had the privilege of talking to some of Dartmouth's most colorful characters about their infamous experiences. I have chosen my top ten favorite quotes from The Mirror the frattiest, most inappropriate and typical Dartmouth quotes I could find and included the universal Dartmouth lessons that apply. "Once when I was blacked out, I walked to retrieve my EBAs, but got lost along the way.


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COUNTERPOINT: Tattoos

In asserting my admiration for tattoos, I'm not going to give an intellectualized answer of why I think they are cool.


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Point: Elliptical or Treadmill?

The historic battle between the elliptical machine and the treadmill can be resolved by one quote from Marilyn Monroe: "I'd rather be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring." There is no doubt that the elliptical machine is ridiculous -- some may go so far as to call it a joke.


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Off The Record

On the first day of Amber's job as a nude art model, she was nervous. "I was walking there trying to calm myself down and prepare myself for it," she said. Several minutes after the robe came off, however, she relaxed. "When you're there you're holding a pose, you don't have time to look at yourself." Amber started modeling this year, and said it is something she has always thought about pursuing. "Most people wouldn't even consider doing it," she said.




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Anatomy of the DOC

Tilman Dette / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Raise your hand if this sounds like your typical schedule: Leave Hanover at 1 a.m.


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Abroad Awry

Tilman Dette / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Trips abroad are an essential part of the Dartmouth experience for many students.



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Booze and The Body: Drunk Munchies

By Jilian Gundling "DrunkMunchiesDisorder" has been a phenomenon rampant at Dartmouth since Food Court and Everything But Anchovies first came into existence.