Adventures Abroad

How Dartmouth Financed Our Adventures

How Dartmouth Financed Our Adventures

Do you have an idea you have always wanted to realize? A pipe dream that has always seemed out of the question? Whether your curiosity concerns outdoor adventures or international projects, academic research or personal reflection, Dartmouth has funds to facilitate your initiative. To get […]

4 Best-Kept Secrets of Learning Languages at Dartmouth

4 Best-Kept Secrets of Learning Languages at Dartmouth

If you haven’t been able to tell by now, I LOVE traveling, meeting new people, and learning new languages. One of the things I was most excited about coming to Dartmouth was the opportunity to learn a new foreign language–and practice the one I already […]

How I Went Abroad 4 Times in Two Years

How I Went Abroad 4 Times in Two Years

Before coming to Dartmouth, I had very limited international travel experience. I didn’t get my first passport until the summer before my senior year of high school, so I was excited to possibly use my time at Dartmouth to explore more of the world! Over […]

Vanessa is traveling… I’m traveling.. No one is at Dartmouth!!

Vanessa is traveling… I’m traveling.. No one is at Dartmouth!!

Upon coming to Dartmouth, you’ll quickly realize that we do a lot of traveling. Whether you go on a FSP (Foreign Study Program) or LSA (Language Study Abroad), or you go traveling with your friends, we move around a lot. As I write this, I’m […]

Adventures in Sydney, Australia

Adventures in Sydney, Australia

Hello there! For my next installment of study abroad posts, I’ve decided to share a little bit about my trip to Sydney, Australia. As I mentioned in my last post, I studied abroad in New Zealand last winter on the anthropology foreign study program. Many […]

Meet the Bloggers | Gabrielle Kirlew ’18

Meet the Bloggers | Gabrielle Kirlew ’18

Hi! My name is Gabrielle I am a member of the class of 2018. I am originally from Bowie, MD, a suburb 25 minutes east of Washington D.C. At Dartmouth, I am anthropology major and a computer science minor. I am brand new to the […]

Who do you trust?

Who do you trust?

It’s great to have one loyal best friend, someone we can call in times of triumph and crisis. But as our lives expand, as they grow richer and more complex, our support systems have to keep up. We need people in our lives of all […]

What experience took you to a place you never thought you’d be?

What experience took you to a place you never thought you’d be?

Dartmouth is built to take you places you never thought you’d go. In class, on campus, and around the world. Your Dartmouth experience will enable you to explore your options, test your interests, and create a customized course of study that integrates rigorous academics, global […]

From Dartmouth to New Zealand |  Forrest Town ’18 Shares his Study Abroad Experience

From Dartmouth to New Zealand | Forrest Town ’18 Shares his Study Abroad Experience

Since arriving at Dartmouth, I’ve taken an Anthropology class nearly every term—great professors and engaging topics kept me coming back to the department. After my freshman year, I met with Dean Reed and he mentioned the opportunity to apply for the anthropology Foreign Study Program […]

101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth: My Top 10

101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth: My Top 10

I was impressed that Dartmouth Alumni Magazine was able to pick only 101 of their favorite things about Dartmouth…that was until I was asked to pick my 10 favorite from that list. An impossible task? Definitely. But I decided to give it a try anyway. […]

Generous Gift Will Expand Off-Campus Programs

Generous Gift Will Expand Off-Campus Programs

“There is no better way to promote peace in our world than for young people to immerse themselves in different cultures, getting to know new people and expanding their worldview firsthand.” – Frank J. Guarini ’46 Frank J. Guarini ’46, a former New Jersey congressman […]