At Dartmouth, we observe a handful of high holy days. These include the Thursdays before big weekends, the night of the Homecoming bonfire, M@sters, and every day of both Green Key (which should last at least five days if you’re doing it right) and sophomore Summer. Some of these sacred moments are several hours long; some are several weeks. However many of these days you choose to celebrate, it’s time to add one more to your list – Sundress Day.
Sundress Day is beloved by boys and girls (and possibly some pervy townies and through-hikers) alike. According to UrbanDictionary.com, the source of all my knowledge, Sundress Day is officially defined as “the first day that the weather warms up, when suddenly women appear everywhere in light, revealing summer dresses. Usually in early spring in the Northern Hemisphere. A day greatly anticipated by people who wear dresses and those who gawk at them.”… Read more »