Get a glimpse into the real world of Dartmouth. Follow these students as they enjoy the opportunities made possible by the Dartmouth Plan.
Hi! My name is Abena and I am a ’17 from Columbia, Maryland. Since coming to Dartmouth, I’ve been able to pursue passions I formed in high school, such as working with children, and explore new fields that I never thought would interest me, including Economics. I am so grateful to Dartmouth for the various communities and opportunities that I have been a part of, especially through working as an Admissions Intern. To date, one of my favorite experiences has been my study abroad term in Berlin, but I have countless memorable experiences and would love to share them with you!
Hi everyone, my name is Cynthia and I’m a first generation college student from Los Angeles, CA. My major is Geography and outside of class I spend my time in Latin@ organizations, interning at the Admissions Office, or inside the jewelry studio at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Hi, my name is Kevin Gillespie and I am studying English and Government. I come from Baltimore, MD and on campus, I am the President of the NAACP at Dartmouth, a member of Dartmouth Roots, a student consult with the Deans Office, and I also play bassoon. My areas of interests include diversity, outreach, and community organization. My career interests are financial technology and management consulting. I hope that this blog gives you great insight into what it is like to be a student at the Big Green!
I’m Monica and I’m a ’15 at Dartmouth. I’m from the Chickahominy Tribe of Virginia and was born and raised in Southern California. I’m double majoring in Romance Languages and Native American Studies (modified with Global Health). I’m an intern in the Admissions Office and am Co-President of Native Americans at Dartmouth (NAD). Since coming to Dartmouth, I’ve had the opportunities to travel through the Tucker Foundation and the Dickey Center for International Understanding to the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Guatemala. I was also able to study abroad in Lyon, France and Madrid, Spain with the French and Spanish departments at Dartmouth. I hope my blog posts help you learn a little more about the College and what it can offer you!
Hi everybody! My name is Danielle, I’m from the near opposite corner of the country- the sunny city of Los Angeles, CA. I am an Anthropology major and Linguistics minor who loves research and the close intellectual engagement with faculty. In addition to working as an Admissions Intern and hanging out my friends, my on-campus activities are: co-captain of the Women’s Club Basketball team, member of the Off Campus Student Advisory Board, peer adviser in the Undergraduate Deans Office, and active participant in the Afro-American Society.
Hey everyone! I’m a ’16 from Northeast Ohio and currently majoring in history with dreams of creating the next big startup. On campus I’m very active in our Afro-American Society and have recently joined the campus radio station as well as Friday Night Rock which brings up and coming musicians to campus for concerts. I love to travel and fortunately have had the opportunity to do a lot of it through Dartmouth. I hope my posts will shed light on some of the perks of being a Dartmouth student!
My name is Hoi and I am a ’17 from Diamond Bar in Southern California studying Economics and Psychology. At Dartmouth I’m involved with service trips through the Tucker Foundation, the club fencing team, and an intern at the admissions office. In my spare time I love traveling, exploring and sharing my Dartmouth experience with others.
Hey! My name is Nicole and I’m a ’17 and New Jersey native. I am a Government and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies double major who loves learning Arabic and debating politics. On campus, I sit on the executive board of La Alianza Latina, TA for the Spanish & Portuguese Department, and intern for the Admissions Office. In the Spring of 2015, I’ll be studying abroad in Morocco. I’m currently looking forward to figuring out my life (AKA-when to take the LSATs) and spending my sophomore summer on campus!