Thirteen years ago this week, Kevin Pedersen’s ’05 characters discussed spring break in his comic “Roomies.” We’re not quite sure we get the joke, but Read more>>
Feb. 28, 1:15 a.m., Collis Center: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth EMS responded to a report of an intoxicated student at Collis. The individual Read more>>
Here @Dartbeat, we know just how hard it can be to get outside during the winter months — particularly with temperatures plunging as low as they Read more>>
Thirteen years ago this week, Kevin Pedersen’s ’05 characters discussed spring break in his comic “Roomies.” We’re not quite sure we get the joke, but it sure is topical:
To the “Roomie” concerned about his “tanned and oiled, muscular physique,” it’s ok. We don’t judge appearances after we finally emerge from our months of winter hibernation in Hanover.
Well, it’s that time of year again — 15W finals are upon us. Here @Dartbeat, we’re well aware that at this time of year we’ve traditionally provided campus with a cut-and-paste list of our favorite study spots, highlighting one or two spots that are mildly out of the ordinary.
This year, in the spirit of helping to Move Dartmouth Forward (#MDF), we’ve decided to break from our old traditions. Instead of the usual spiel, we’ll be providing you with a list of hidden study spots on campus, some of which not even the most veteran of upperclassmen have ever used.
Feb. 28, 1:15 a.m., Collis Center: Safety and Security officers and Dartmouth EMS responded to a report of an intoxicated student at Collis. The individual was located in a second-floor restroom, evaluated and transported to Dick’s House.
Here @Dartbeat, we know just how hard it can be to get outside during the winter months — particularly with temperatures plunging as low as they have in recent weeks. Of course, for avid fans of “House of Cards” — and for those content to run through the selection on Netflix, Hulu+ and everywhere else you can find films online nowadays — staying inside may seem like a blessing in disguise. But for those who have lost their friend’s mom’s cousin’s Netflix password, or still haven’t figured out all the alternate meanings of the word “torrent,” the snow can feel confining. Luckily, there is hope. Unbeknownst to many, Dartmouth’s own Jones Media Center boasts a well-stocked collection of DVDs — available to any student with borrowing privileges. As a faithful guide to Dartmouth’s nooks and crannies, Dartbeat would never send our readers off to delve into this seemingly endless collection without a helping hand. So, lest you spend your last moments of freedom before finals scouring through “what movie to watch” posts online, we’ve highlighted five can’t miss picks that might be useful in filling these last few cold days of winter. Let us know what we… Read more »
This was a crazy weekend for me. I had my 22nd half-birthday, for starters. Not even an emoji on my Windows Phone can adequately describe how I felt about this. Making the weekend even crazier, I stayed up late on all three nights this weekend due to insomnia (correction: it’s probably a stretch to blame my lack of sleep Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights on a fit of sleeplessness. The real problem was my inability to fall asleep at a reasonable hour. Honestly this whole weekend I felt like I as living in a different time zone. Awful). In the midst of all this craziness, though, I came across something that actually made my life moreorganized. Browsing Instagram, I discovered a delicious looking dessert on “The Infatuation” restaurant review account. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to make it. For once, I had a real plan! You’re wondering, of course, what exactly this dessert is. Well, without a photo it sounds crazy – just like my weekend. So see for yourself: Now that you’ve seen it, here’s how I made it: Step 1: Grab two pieces of whole grain bread and pop them into the FoCo toaster…. Read more »