Free Food: Week of 4/02

MA­LIKA KHU­RANA/The Dartmouth

**Monday**

Latina/o Community Dinner at Occom Commons, 7-8:30 p.m.
Discuss what makes someone Latino and how to build community at Dartmouth. All are welcome. RSVP to [email protected] by Monday at 10 a.m.

**Tuesday**

Student-Worker Panel and Discussion at Collis Common Ground, 6-7:30 p.m.
Listen to a panel of students share experiences about work-life balance, then share your own experiences in a round-table discussion. Dinner catered by the Orient.

PoliTalk: “The Moral Case for Free Markets” in the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center’s Class of 1930 Room, 7:30-9 p.m.
Attend a dinner discussion and presentation by New York Times bestselling author and King’s College President Dinesh D’Souza ’83.

Student Assembly meeting in Collis 101, 7-8 p.m.
Attend the final General Assembly meeting with 2011-2012 leaders and enjoy free Mai Thai!

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Free Food: Week of 3/05

 

MA­LIKA KHU­RANA / THE DART­MOUTH

Mon­day PoliTalk Din­ner Dis­cus­sion with Dean John­son (Rocky 1) @5-6 p.m. 

Get an overview of the is­sues fac­ing the Col­lege, and have the op­por­tu­nity to ask Dean John­son (Dean of the Col­lege) any ques­tions.

Eat Local, Eat Well: Dis­cus­sion with Beth Doo­ley (Halde­man 041) @6:30-7:45 p.m.

At­tend a pre­sen­ta­tion by Min­neapo­lis au­thor and food critic Beth Doo­ley. Lou’s pies served.

Tues­day

Upper Val­ley Voices (Tucker Liv­ing Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.

Russ­ian Tea (Russ­ian Sem­i­nar Room, a.k.a Reed 220) @4:30 p.m.

Join the Russ­ian de­part­ment for an af­ter­noon tea with snacks.

Best of Stone­fence Po­etry Read­ing (Left Bank Books) @7:30 p.m.

Take a study break to hear some po­etry, then enjoy a re­cep­tion and re­fresh­ments.

For Your Glory Praise Show­case (One Whee­lock) @7:30-8:30 p.m.

Enjoy song, dance, po­etry, and food!

Wednes­day

Rocky Vox­mas­ters (Mor­ri­son Com­mons, Rocky) @6:30 p.m.

Im­prove your pub­lic speak­ing skills and enjoy some free Jewel of India/Ra­muntos!

Kwame’s Open Mic (One Whee­lock) @ 7-10 p.m.

Stop by One Whee­lock for a cozy study break, Lou’s pie, and mu­si­cal per­for­mances by Dart­mouth stu­dents.

Thurs­day

Soup for Thought (Tucker Liv­ing Room) 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Mel­lows (Alpha Theta Coed Fra­ter­nity) @10 p.m.

Chill out and snack on free food.

Fri­day

Stu­dents Fight­ing Hunger Din­ner (5 Sum­mer Street) @ 4-6:30 p.m.

Help cook din­ner/hang out with our com­mu­nity mem­bers of the Upper Val­ley every Fri­day! Din­ners are held at Our Sav­ior Lutheran Church, which can be found on the cam­pus map to­ward the bot­tom right cor­ner.

Bait and Bul­let Feeds (Psi U) @ 7 p.m.

Bait and Bul­let is Dart­mouth’s pre­mier hunt­ing and fish­ing club! Come to Psi U Fri­day night for their weekly din­ner.

Sat­ur­day

(noth­ing yet)

Sun­day

Sun­day Evening ex­trav­a­ganza (Phi Tau) @ 10 p.m.

Take a night­time study break and relax at Phi Tau while en­joy­ing a free ice cream sun­dae.

Free Food: Week of 2/27

 

MA­LIKA KHU­RANA / THE DART­MOUTH

 

**Mon­day**

Women in Busi­ness Din­ner (Col­lis 101) @6 p.m.

Join WIB and stu­dents from the Tuck School of Busi­ness Re­tail Club to learn about ca­reers in fash­ion and re­tail. Catered din­ner.

Dart­mouth Film So­ci­ety (Wil­son Hall room 205) @ 6 p.m.

Free pizza.

Her­itage Foun­da­tion Pre­sen­ta­tion (Rocky 2) @7:30 p.m.

A din­ner dis­cus­sion pre­sen­ta­tion on the Found­ing Fa­thers from David Az­er­rad of the Her­itage Foun­da­tion.

How to be a Cam­pus CEO (Rocky 3) @6 p.m. Hear from cam­pus CEOs Riley Ennis and Gary Le about how to turn your ideas into a busi­ness while you’re still in school. Free din­ner.

**Tues­day**

Upper Val­ley Voices (Tucker Liv­ing Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.

Join a lunch dis­cus­sion with mem­bers of Local First Al­liance, a group of com­mu­nity lead­ers, cit­i­zens, busi­nesses, non­prof­its, and farms, com­mit­ted to think­ing local. Soup and salad lunch pro­vided.

Russ­ian Tea (Russ­ian Sem­i­nar Room, a.k.a Reed 220) @4:30 p.m. Join the Russ­ian de­part­ment for an af­ter­noon tea with snacks.

KDE Stu­dent Art Show (Kappa Delta Ep­silon) @5:30 p.m.

Check out your fel­low stu­dents’ best art­work while en­joy­ing hors d’oeu­vres and an open bar for 21+.

Ac­tive Minds Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Halde­man 125) @7-8 p.m.

Grab free din­ner from Boloco and join a con­ver­sa­tion about men­tal health.

World Part­ners in Ed­u­ca­tion at Dart­mouth (Fahey Ground Floor Lounge) @7 p.m.

At­tend WPED’s last meet­ing to learn about spring and sum­mer vol­un­teer op­por­tu­ni­ties (in­clud­ing a term in Ghana) and dis­cuss the re­cent ed­u­ca­tion film se­ries. Din­ner served.

Look­ing for Cer­tainty in All the Wrong Places: Faith and Rea­son in Med­ical De­ci­sion Mak­ing (Rocky 2) @7-8 p.m.

Hear a lec­ture from Dr. Al Mul­ley on how sci­en­tific schol­ar­ship and faith in God come to­gether in the med­ical pro­fes­sion. Re­fresh­ments served.

DAO Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Col­lis 212) @ 8 p.m.

PB Pub Night (Morano Gelato) @8 p.m.

So it’s not re­ally a pub, but don’t com­plain- it’s free GELATO!

**Wednes­day**

Traces of the Trade Screen­ing (Silsby 28) @5:30-8 p.m.

Watch a film about the legacy of slav­ery and enjoy a free din­ner from Taste of Africa.

Rocky Vox­mas­ters (Mor­ri­son Com­mons, Rocky) @6:30 p.m.

Im­prove your pub­lic speak­ing skills and enjoy some free Jewel of India/Ra­muntos!

Kwame’s Open Mic (One Whee­lock) @ 7-10 p.m. Stop by One Whee­lock for a cozy study break, Lou’s pie, and mu­si­cal per­for­mances by Dart­mouth stu­dents.

**Thurs­day**

Soup for Thought (Tucker Liv­ing Room) 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Join the first ses­sion of Tucker’s new “Soup for Thought” pro­gram. This week, hear Ittai Eres ’13, Asher May­er­son ’15, and Maryam Zafer ’12 talk about their ex­pe­ri­ences and thoughts on the re­cent Avi Schae­fer con­fer­ence and on the Is­raeli-Pales­tin­ian con­flict. Soup and bread lunch served.

Ne­go­ti­at­ing Iden­ti­ties Across Cul­tures (Cut­ter Shabazz First Floor Lounge) 4:30 p.m.

Join in on a din­ner dis­cus­sion about how we ne­go­ti­ate our iden­ti­ties while en­gag­ing with new cul­tures.

DAWG An­i­mal Test­ing Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Col­lis 101) @6:30 p.m.

Hear a per­spec­tive on an­i­mal test­ing and re­search from psych pro­fes­sor Dr. Whalen.

Politalk Dis­cus­sion Din­ner (Mor­ri­son Com­mons) @630-730 p.m

At­tend a pre­sen­ta­tion by spe­cial guest Amanda Pirih, who will talk about her ex­pe­ri­ence as a lob­by­ist and human rights ac­tivist at the UN. Free Ori­ent.

Jerusalem of Peace? (Col­lis 212) @8 p.m.

Learn about the dan­gers brought about by the fail­ure to give a voice to all the peo­ple of the Is­raeli-Pales­tin­ian con­flict. Pizza din­ner.

Mel­lows (Alpha Theta Coed Fra­ter­nity) @10 p.m.

Chill out and snack on free food.

In­ter­na­tional Stu­dents As­so­ci­a­tion Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Wheeler 2nd Floor Lounge) @6:30 p.m.

En­gage in a dis­cus­sion with Pro­fes­sor Diana Abouali on “The Arab Spring: One Year Later” over din­ner.

**Fri­day**

Stu­dents Fight­ing Hunger Din­ner (5 Sum­mer Street) @ 4-6:30 p.m.

Help cook din­ner/hang out with our com­mu­nity mem­bers of the Upper Val­ley every Fri­day! Din­ners are held at Our Sav­ior Lutheran Church, which can be found on the cam­pus map to­ward the bot­tom right cor­ner.

Bait and Bul­let Feeds (Psi U) @ 7 p.m.

Bait and Bul­let is Dart­mouth’s pre­mier hunt­ing and fish­ing club! Come to Psi U Fri­day night for their weekly din­ner.

**Sat­ur­day**

(noth­ing yet)

**Sun­day**

Sun­day Evening ex­trav­a­ganza (Phi Tau) @ 10 p.m.

Take a night­time study break and relax at Phi Tau while en­joy­ing a free ice cream sun­dae.

Free Food: Week of 2/20

 

MA­LIKA KHU­RANA / THE DART­MOUTH

 

**Mon­day**

A Din­ner with the Poets (Fac­ulty Lounge, to right of Alumni’s Hall main en­trance) @ 5 p.m.

Din­ner with the poets of the Harlem WK Pro­ject.

Women in Busi­ness Din­ner (Col­lis 101) @6 p.m.

Join WIB and stu­dents from the Tuck School of Busi­ness Re­tail Club to learn about ca­reers in fash­ion and re­tail. Catered din­ner.

Dart­mouth Film So­ci­ety (Wil­son Hall room 205) @ 6 p.m.

Free pizza.

Por Lati­noamer­ica (Berry 368) @ 6 – 7 p.m.

Topic: The ad­vent of multi-drug re­sis­tant tu­ber­cu­lo­sis in Peru and its pro­gres­sion since 1996. Free Din­ner Dis­cus­sion.

AASPIRE Dart­mouth’s Pan Asian Women’s Group (Casque and Gaunt­let) @ 6 p.m.

PAC Alumni Se­ries: Din­ner with Diana Hwang ’04

(Sort of free) Mardi Gras Show­case (SAE) @9 p.m.

Enjoy per­for­mances by the Deci­belles, Soul Scribes, and SHEBA, along with food from Molly’s Ra­munto’s. EBA’s, and more. Sug­gested do­na­tion at the door to sup­port Dart­mouth Global Lead­er­ship Pro­gram’s trip to Hon­duras.

**Tues­day**

Upper Val­ley Voices (Tucker Liv­ing Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.

Join a lunch dis­cus­sion with mem­bers of Local First Al­liance, a group of com­mu­nity lead­ers, cit­i­zens, busi­nesses, non­prof­its, and farms, com­mit­ted to think­ing local. Soup and salad lunch pro­vided.

Russ­ian Tea (Russ­ian Sem­i­nar Room, a.k.a Reed 220) @4:30 p.m. Join the Russ­ian de­part­ment for an af­ter­noon tea with snacks.

Film Screen­ing of ED­U­CA­TION UNDER FIRE and Human Rights in Iran Dis­cus­sion (Rock­e­feller Hall 002) @ 4:30 p.m.

The 30-minute doc­u­men­tary Ed­u­ca­tion Under Fire pro­files the growth, strug­gle, and in­spir­ing spirit of the Baha’i In­sti­tute for Higher Ed­u­ca­tion. Baha’is in Iran spirit of the Baha’i In­sti­tute for Higher Ed­u­ca­tion. Join us for some de­li­cious re­fresh­ments and an in­for­ma­tive dis­cus­sion of this timely issue.

GA Meet­ing (Col­lis 101) @5 p.m. Make your voice heard, hear about the first an­nual Dart­mouth Sym­po­sium on Sex­ual As­sault, and have some free food.

V-Men: Sex, Drugs, Re­spon­si­bil­ity & Mas­culin­ity @ Dart­mouth and Be­yond (Alpha Delta Fra­ter­nity) @ 6-8 p.m.

Din­ner dis­cus­sion as part of V-Week 2012.

DAO Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Col­lis 101) @ 8 p.m.

**Wednes­day**

Vagina Mono­logues Con­tro­ver­sies (Col­lis Com­mon­ground) @6-8 p.m.

Screen­ing of “Until the Vi­o­lence Stops”, panel and dis­cus­sion. Free din­ner served.

Rocky Vox­mas­ters (Mor­ri­son Com­mons, Rocky) @6:30 p.m.

Im­prove your pub­lic speak­ing skills and enjoy some free Jewel of India/Ra­muntos!

Kwame’s Open Mic (One Whee­lock) @ 7-10 p.m. Stop by One Whee­lock for a cozy study break, Lou’s pie, and mu­si­cal per­for­mances by Dart­mouth stu­dents.

**Thurs­day**

What Mat­ters to Us and Why (Tucker Liv­ing Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.

Join us for a lunch dis­cus­sion with sev­eral stu­dents about their ex­pe­ri­ences with V-Week.

The Dart­mouth Apolo­gia (Halde­man 125) @6 p.m.

Join the Apolo­gia for a dis­cus­sion on Chris Hauser’s ar­ti­cle on “Faith and Para­dox,” along with a pizza din­ner.

Politalk Dis­cus­sion Din­ner (Mor­ri­son Com­mons) @630-730 p.m

At­tend a pre­sen­ta­tion by spe­cial guest Amanda Pirih, who will talk about her ex­pe­ri­ence as a lob­by­ist and human rights ac­tivist at the UN. Free Ori­ent.

Bazaar Pre­sents: OB­SES­SION (Left Bank Books, above Dirt Cow­boy) @8:30-10 p.m.

At­tend Bazaar’s open sto­ry­telling event to hear and/or de­liver im­promptu story tellings. Re­fresh­ments pro­vided.

Mac­a­roon Mel­lows (Alpha Theta Coed Fra­ter­nity) @10 p.m.

Chill out and snack on co­conut and al­mond mac­a­roons.

**Fri­day**

Stu­dents Fight­ing Hunger Din­ner (5 Sum­mer Street) @ 4-6:30 p.m.

Help cook din­ner/hang out with our com­mu­nity mem­bers of the Upper Val­ley every Fri­day! Din­ners are held at Our Sav­ior Lutheran Church, which can be found on the cam­pus map to­ward the bot­tom right cor­ner.

Moun­tains for Moms Movie Night (Casque & Gaunt­let) @6:30 p.m.

Watch A Walk to Beau­ti­ful, a doc­u­men­tary about Ethiopian women af­flicted with ob­stet­ric fis­tula, and enjoy a free din­ner from Ori­ent.

Look @ the Hood Stu­dent Party (Hood Mu­seum of Art) @8-10 p.m.

At­tend the win­ter party at the Hood and enjoy art, re­fresh­ments, music, and wine (+21).

Sex & Money (Rocky 3) @ 6:30 p.m.

Mod­ern Abo­li­tion Ini­tia­tive will be show­ing the doc­u­men­tary “Sex + Money,” a film about do­mes­tic minor sex traf­fick­ing and the mod­ern-day abo­li­tion­ist move­ment fight­ing to stop it. A free din­ner will be pro­vided.

The Arab-Is­raeli Con­flict: Dis­cus­sion on the Mid­dle East (The Roth Cen­ter) @7 p.m.

At­tend a stu­dent-fa­cil­i­tated din­ner dis­cus­sion about stu­dents’ con­nec­tion to and role in the po­lit­i­cal sit­u­a­tion in the Mid­dle East.

Miss Rep­re­sen­ta­tion Screen­ing (Dart­mouth 105) @ 7 p.m.

Screen­ing and free din­ner.

Bait and Bul­let Feeds (Psi U) @ 7 p.m.

Bait and Bul­let is Dart­mouth’s pre­mier hunt­ing and fish­ing club! Come to Psi U Fri­day night for their weekly din­ner.

**Sat­ur­day**

Dart­con (Alpha Theta Coed Fra­ter­nity) ALL DAY Play any type of game (board games, card games, con­sole games, com­puter games, RPGs, LARPs…) dur­ing this 48-hour gam­ing event, while en­joy­ing free snacks.

Or­ganic Farm: Labor, Food, and Fun (Dart­mouth Or­ganic Farm) @3-8 p.m.

Un­wind and work at the farm, then join in a potluck din­ner (bring food to share!) and a con­cert by Reck­less Break­fast. Rides leave from be­hind Robo at 3, 4:30, and 6 p.m.

Pub­lic Lawyer­ing: Which Paths Can I Take? (Halde­man 041) @6-7 p.m.

Hear six dif­fer­ent speak­ers from Ver­mont Law School speak about their ca­reer paths in pub­lic law, then ask ques­tions and speak with the pan­elists af­ter­wards. Din­ner from Yama.

Safe Space Open Bar & Soul Scribes (One Whee­lock) @ 10 p.m. – mid­night

Snacks & drinks.

**Sun­day**

Sun­day Evening ex­trav­a­ganza (Phi Tau) @ 10 p.m.

Take a night­time study break and relax at Phi Tau while en­joy­ing a free ice cream sun­dae.

Free Food: Week of 2/13

 

MA­LIKA KHU­RANA / THE DART­MOUTH

 

**Mon­day**

Women in Busi­ness Din­ner (Col­lis 101) @6 p.m.

Join WIB and stu­dents from the Tuck School of Busi­ness Re­tail Club to learn about ca­reers in fash­ion and re­tail. Catered din­ner.

Dart­mouth Film So­ci­ety (Wil­son Hall room 205) @ 6 p.m.

PAC Din­ner (Col­lis Com­mon­ground) @6-7 p.m.

Lis­ten to a stu­dent panel ex­plor­ing is­sues of lan­guage and cul­ture, spon­sored by the Pan Asian Com­mu­nity. Free din­ner from the Ori­ent. RSVP rec­om­mended.

EDPA/Ac­tive Minds Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Halde­man 125) @7-8 p.m.

At­tend a din­ner dis­cus­sion on Eat­ing Dis­or­ders on Col­lege Cam­puses. Din­ner from Boloco.

**Tues­day**

What Mat­ters to Me and Why (Tucker Liv­ing Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.

Join a lunch dis­cus­sion with cam­pus min­is­ters Moshe Gray, Kristi Dei­ther, and Michael Thomas on the Sab­bath.

DAO Din­ner Dis­cus­sion @ 8 p.m.

Pho­to­jour­nal­ism Be­hind the Scenes (Baker 158) @ 8:15 p.m. Hear Ruben Sal­vadori, an award-win­ning pho­to­jour­nal­ist who worked in Jerusalem, for a lec­ture on pho­to­jour­nal­ism. Pizza din­ner.

**Wednes­day**

Man­ag­ing Dis­abil­i­ties and Health Is­sues at Dart­mouth (Col­lis Com­mon­ground) @5 p.m.

At­tend a stu­dent panel and dis­cus­sion spon­sored by ABLE. Din­ner catered by Lou’s.

Rocky Vox­mas­ters (Mor­ri­son Com­mons, Rocky) @6:30 p.m.

Im­prove your pub­lic speak­ing skills and enjoy some free Jewel of India/Ra­muntos!

Kwame’s Open Mic (One Whee­lock) @ 7-10 p.m.

Stop by One Whee­lock for a cozy study break, Lou’s pie, and mu­si­cal per­for­mances by Dart­mouth stu­dents.

**Thurs­day**

“Lost in De­ten­tion” (LALACS) @6 p.m.

Join MEChA for a screen­ing of a doc­u­men­tary about the de­por­ta­tion process in Amer­ica. Free food will be served!

World Out­look Din­ner Dis­cus­sion (Halde­man 125) @6:30 p.m.

Here Pro­fes­sor Cog­gins speak about her ex­per­tise in is­sues of se­ces­sion and in­ter­na­tional se­cu­rity. She will also dis­cuss Uighur au­ton­omy in the West­ern Au­tonomous Re­gion of China and the le­git­i­macy of Arab Spring. Din­ner catered by Yama.

Politalk Dis­cus­sion Din­ner (Mor­ri­son Com­mons) @630-730 p.m

Come dis­cuss cur­rent po­lit­i­cal is­sues in an in­for­mal and friendly at­mos­phere, while en­joy­ing FREE cater­ing from a local restau­rant.

Pre-Med Sushi So­cial (DMS Med­ical Stu­dent Lounge, Rem­sen 333) @6:30 p.m.

Con­nect with med­ical stu­dents and get all your pre-med ques­tions an­swered while en­joy­ing free sushi!

Vi­o­lence in the Congo Din­ner (Dart­mouth Hall 108) @ 7 p.m.

Free Taste of Africa. So­cial Jus­tice Al­liance to host speak­ers from the Ver­mont Ibutwa Ini­tia­tive, a non­profit started by Con­golese refugees who hope to raise aware­ness of the con­flict and vi­o­lence in the Congo and ad­vo­cate to put an end to it.

**Fri­day**

Stu­dents Fight­ing Hunger Din­ner (5 Sum­mer Street) @ 4-6:30 p.m.

Help cook din­ner/hang out with our com­mu­nity mem­bers of the Upper Val­ley every Fri­day! Din­ners are held at Our Sav­ior Lutheran Church, which can be found on the cam­pus map to­ward the bot­tom right cor­ner.

Bait and Bul­let Feeds (Psi U) @ 7 p.m.

Bait and Bul­let is Dart­mouth’s pre­mier hunt­ing and fish­ing club! Come to Psi U Fri­day night for their weekly din­ner.

(Sort of free) Globe­Med Ben­e­fit Din­ner (Col­lis Com­mon­ground) @ 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Pay $10 (less than a Foco din­ner swipe!) for din­ner from Yama and a per­for­mance by the Brover­tones. Buy tick­ets on Tues­day 8-22 p.m. or Thurs­day 3-6 p.m. in No­vack.

**Sat­ur­day**

Wait­ing for Su­per­man Screen­ing (Dart­mouth 105) @ 4 p.m. At­tend a film screen­ing of Wait­ing for Su­per­man, a doc­u­men­tary that ex­am­ines the “cri­sis of pub­lic ed­u­ca­tion in the United states.” Din­ner and dis­cus­sion to fol­low.

**Sun­day**

Sun­day Evening ex­trav­a­ganza (Phi Tau) @ 10 p.m.

Take a night­time study break and relax at Phi Tau while en­joy­ing a free ice cream sun­dae.

**Sort of free food**

Moun­taineer­ing Club Feed:

The Dart­mouth Moun­taineer­ing Club (DMC) or­ga­nizes rock and ice climb­ing trips and moun­taineer­ing ex­pe­di­tions around the world. The DMC holds weekly feeds at Casque & Gaunt­let. Bring $3 for din­ner. Come hear sto­ries and get info on trips and climb­ing con­di­tions. 7 to 8 pm Tues­day, Jan­u­ary 17, 2012 – $4 (DA$H ac­cepted)

Led­yard Canoe Club Feed:

The Led­yard Canoe Club or­ga­nizes pad­dling trips and com­pe­ti­tions. The club holds weekly feeds at its club­house by the Con­necti­cut River. Come and learn about what the club is up to! 6:30 pm Thurs­day, Jan­u­ary 20, 2012 – $3 (DA$H ac­cepted)

Free food tips:

As rumor would have it, both Ra­munto’s and Bagel Base­ment give away any food they have left at the end of the day for free (mid­night for Ra­munto’s and 4 p.m. for Bagel Base­ment). Stop by No­vack be­fore its clos­ing hours to pick up some free muffins and other snacks (though they don’t al­ways have left-overs). Or check out the area in front of the sofa chairs in No­vack — or at the Info Desk in Col­lis — for only some­what sketchy free left-overs from var­i­ous Car­son or Col­lis Com­mon­ground events.

Sub­mit any free food events, tips or sug­ges­tions to Dart­beat at dartbeat@​thedartmouth.​com.