Dis-Orientation Guide 22-23

The Dartmouth Radical presents

Editorial

Ian Scott

Contributors

Ian Scott

Emma Tsosie 

Lena Kufferman 

Thomas Bosworth 

Hayden Elrafei 

Simon Lamontagne 

Gabrielle Franklin

Antônio Jorge / Po'at Krenak

Julie Gnany 

Anonymous Contributor

Presentation Letter 

Welcome to the 2022-2023 Dis-O! It has been a whirlwind of a year since our last guide. We have seen the explosion of union activity at Dartmouth with more struggles to come.

These are high times, but as ever we have much work to do.

As before, our guide brings good news and bad news. 

The bad news: there is much Dartmouth didn't tell  you in orientation. 

The good news: there is a burgeoning student movement here. Whatever your struggles at Dartmouth may be, you will never have to face them alone.

For more content, access last years' Dis-O's here.

Guides

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Guide to Campus Jobs

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Rad Profs

Prose

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Three Years in the
Enemy's Camp


The Day After Thanksgiving/ 
No Llores Mi Honey

 

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On Not Finding Yourself

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On Withdrawing

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Boredom and Binge-Drinking

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We're Still Here, 
Fighting to be Seen