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Interviewing with Soldman Crachs

Interviewing with Soldman Crachs

-BEGIN MESSAGE- To: John.J.Johnson.17@dartmouth.edu Cc: GabrielleGonsales@soldmancrachs.com Subject: Upcoming Interview From: ChipShoulder@soldmancrachs.com Date: July 18, 2015 Dear Mr. Johnson, It is my pleasure to inform you that you have been selected… Read more »

So I’m Taking a Layup

So I’m Taking a Layup

So I’m taking my first “layup” class at Dartmouth this term. Layup classes are also sometimes called “gut” classes. The gist is that they are classes in which scoring a… Read more »

Interview with the Steering Committee Chair

Interview with the Steering Committee Chair

I emailed Barbara Will, chair of the Presidential Steering Committee, with some questions. Reluctant to divulge “anything concrete” to the media, she was instead willing to discuss the Committee’s “process”…. Read more »

Yik Yak Supports the Greek System

Yik Yak Supports the Greek System

The day the faculty vote to abolish the Greek system went public, one of the ways students reacted was via Yik Yak, a mobile application that allows anonymous posting. Users… Read more »

The Freshman Ban Survival Guide

The Freshman Ban Survival Guide

As new students of the College, you no doubt have heard of our geographical isolation. Placed within the chicken-egg dichotomy, Hanover existed squarely before the College did. Hanover is more… Read more »

The Cost of Scandals

The Cost of Scandals

Dimensions season gives freshmen a great new look. Finally we shift up the totem pole as wide-eyed, slightly more pubescent students swarm the campus hopelessly lost and endlessly curious. Coinciding… Read more »

Demystifying COS

Demystifying COS

So, you goofed up. “Goofing up,” of course, is a relative term. The preamble to the Dartmouth Community Standards of Conduct acknowledges this gap between morality and collegiate legality by… Read more »

UltraViolet Attacks More Schools

UltraViolet Attacks More Schools

UltraViolet, an erumpent feminist coalition, targeted Dartmouth in late April with Facebook ads alluding to The College’s “rape problem”. The advertisement asked viewers to “learn more,” implying that a veiled… Read more »

“Phiesta” Goes Viral

“Phiesta” Goes Viral

Google “Dartmouth Phiesta” and you’ll find dozens and dozens of articles. From blogs to professional news outlets, the voices are vast in number and united in their goal: to comment… Read more »

Rethinking Student Wages

Rethinking Student Wages

John Smith*, a member of the Class of 2017, didn’t know the true meaning of warmth until his sophomore year of high school. Sitting unwashed in a modest apartment with… Read more »