Dean Coffin has used up two green pens signing the ED letters … Early Decision notifications will be available today (!!) at 4 pm EST.
I had never even heard of Dartmouth before my daughter added it to her list of college prospects. But this private Ivy League, tucked away in the little town of Hanover, New Hampshire, won her heart. We probably visited the campus at the worst possible […]
I ran in high school. I had no talent beyond perseverance, but I loved it. If you talk to me for more than five minutes (or, evidently, read a single blog post) my enthusiasm will become apparent. With some optimism and much summer training, I […]
My favorite course this term (my only term thus far) is Power, Territoriality, and Political Geography taught by Professor Garnet Kindervater. In this course, we analyze the relationship between power and space, and how that is inherently tied to knowledge. To do this, we have looked at the works of Rene […]
Where can you check out Shakespeare’s first folio, a lock of George Washington’s hair, and original Dr. Seuss illustrations? Rauner Library of course. If you’ve ever visited Dartmouth, you’ve might have heard of Rauner Special Collections Library. Someone might have even raved to you about […]
There’s no feeling quite like walking out of your final exam or submitting your final paper. At Dartmouth, we enjoy a significant interim break between fall term and winter term (6 weeks!). Many students also elect to take winter term as their “off-term” and won’t […]