Top 5 Reasons Why You Probably Wouldn’t Get into Dartmouth 50 Years from Now
By The Dartmouth Mirror Staff
Published on Friday, April 27, 2012
- There’s a ’14 who harnessed the wind and a ’15 who won an Olympic medal. Inevitably, there will be a ’16 who cured cancer, a ’17 who won the Nobel Prize and an ’18 that foiled a plot to assassinate the U.S. president. Need I go on?
- In 50 years, the SAT will probably be out of 3200, and your 2350 will mean nothing.
- Legacies: still a thing in the future, but way bigger thanks to the fact that apparently 1 in 10 Dartmouth alumni marry each other now.
- Dartmouth will finally make rugby a varsity sport, and you will lose your spot to 40 burly men.
- Andrew Lohse’s memoir somehow gets chosen by Oprah’s Book Club. Applications to the College skyrocket.