Thursday, February 12, 2009

Winter Carnival, or Why Global Warming is Real

Greetings from Hanover! 10A's be damned; today marks the unofficial beginning of the 2009 Winter Carnival. This morning's murky sunrise unveiled what is certainly one of the most unforgettable snow sculptures in College history. Unseasonably warm weather has foiled the best efforts of an army of snow-sculpting freshmen and DOC factotums. Thus, what was to be Moosilauke Ravine Lodge instead resembles, well...



6 comments:

Anonymous said...

TOUGH

Loyal '68 said...

Can Dartmouth get anything right these days?

Anonymous said...

...global warming or all the hot air emanating from Parkhurst Hall directly across the strreet?? maybe the bloated army comprising the administrative sub-deanery can move some snow around and do something useful for once...

Anonymous said...

...theta delt was recently ordered by the twits in ORL to dismantle an igloo they were building on their privately-owned property to celebrate Winter Carnival, so there's plenty of excess snow available over there to shore up the snow sculpture on the green. maybe a study can be commissioned by the College to figure out a way to move the snow from theta delt(using a 'best practices' methodology, of course). in the immortal words of Dean Woermer: "There shall be no more fun of any kind at Faber College!!"

Anonymous said...

haha, i went up to told them that the south wall was going to collapse two days before and they laughed in my face

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