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I also am interested in Dartmouth but the more i read, the more i find reasons not to be..
currently, it is hard to find alternatives to drinking. they exist but are slim and you will be separate from mainstream campus culture. you can go to frats and abstain from drinking if you want, but it can be challenging.
what planet are you from LOLOLOL
Same planet as you. I just have good morals and must have more respect for myself and my body and people around me than you do.
Woah, we are judging hard over here.
Drinking does not make you a bad person; having alcohol doesn't mean you have no morals or no respect. If you're going to college, you'll do a lot better if you remember that. Not drinking is your choice, but don't act superior, you're not.
Most people in college like to drink and/or have sex. And sex is pretty much the definition of fun.
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Written by Kirk Greenwood
With little influence from the outside world, serious crime in Hanover is virtually a non-factor. Bike theft is common, but Dartmouth’s Safety & Security team (S&S for short) does a good job of tracking down stolen property. Students are always encouraged to lock their dorm room doors and secure freestanding bikes to designated bike racks, but the fact that many fail to comply with even these relatively hassle-free guidelines demonstrates how little concern students tend to have for safety and security issues on campus. Blue-light safety phones are a near-ubiquitous feature on college campuses these days, and Dartmouth is no exception. S&S maintains a visible presence on campus and remains vigilant in the unlikely event that trouble should arise.
With classes, activities, and friends to keep up with, college students in general shouldn’t have to worry about their personal safety or the security of their belongings, and at Dartmouth, they don’t have to!
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