I love late spring at Dartmouth. Everything is in bloom, games of outdoor pong abound and the skin-ful lay out on the Green for hours. Our town of Hanover becomes voluptuously warm just four weeks before most of us have to leave. Enjoy your damn summer, ‘07s.

Watch the kids at your favorite frat basement party, and you’ll notice the changes there too. Public displays of affection increase while the single ones sob into their beers a little harder. The next morning, a few lovely streakers will help distract you from that paper you’re writing for that Philosophy seminar. It’s the hormones, baby; it’s the hormones.

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