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My Favorite Professor

So I have a handful of beloved professors at Dartmouth. On the list are Vera Palmer and Colin Calloway, both from Native American Studies (NAS). I’ve already talked about my experience with NAS in previous posts so I’m going to…

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Why I Chose Dartmouth

I think I’ve mentioned this in one or two of my previous posts, but the biggest reason that I chose Dartmouth was the large Native American community and esteemed Native American Studies program. I’m Native myself, a member of the…

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Study whatever you want (really)

People are often surprised (and even confused) when I tell them that I’m double majoring in Romance Languages and Native American Studies, modified with Global Health. What a mouthful. The truth is, with a liberal arts education like Dartmouth’s you…

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Declined Offer of Admission

Dartmouth

Hello there, incredible smart and talented applicants!   In just a short time, you will be starting your college career at what I believe will be a great institution for you, Dartmouth or otherwise.   Luckily, I found a great…

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Travel for (almost) free!

Do you want to see the world but don’t have the means to? If you’re like me then the answer is yes. Luckily, The William Jewett Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth (AKA The Tucker Foundation) provides loads of opportunities for undergrads…

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Welcome Home, ’18s!

“You know, you really don’t have to check the second they put it up. You already got into some decent schools. Don’t worry about whatever that letter will say.” “Yes ma’am, I know…” “Good. Then you can get off of…

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