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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 […]

I Ecuador you: My Experience with Model United Nations

I Ecuador you: My Experience with Model United Nations

Hello! I’d like to delve a little bit deeper into one of my extracurricular involvements at Dartmouth: the Model United Nations Club. In high school, I participated in Model United Nations for three years and attended the Johns Hopkins Model United Nations Conference (JHUMUNC) every […]

Get a Pizza This

Get a Pizza This

When a friend invited me to a pizza dinner this summer, I figured, why not? Pizza is generally a very delicious treat and there are many fantastic pizza places around campus. Little did I realize that I would actually be making my own wood fired […]

Strawberry Picking in the Upper Valley

Strawberry Picking in the Upper Valley

Hello! Welcome back to my blog! This past weekend I went strawberry picking with the Women in the Wilderness group. Women in the Wilderness is a subgroup of the Dartmouth Outing Club that was originally created in the early 1990s as a way to promote […]

Five Spots to Get in Touch with Nature

Five Spots to Get in Touch with Nature

“Vox clamantis in deserto:” The four most important words any Dartmouth student knows. These words comprise our motto and translate to “a voice crying out in the wilderness.” which is completely apt considering that in Hanover, New Hampshire wilderness is really what you get used […]

What is your natural habitat?

What is your natural habitat?

Where do you belong? Where are you happy? Where do you feel like you are fully you? It’s more complex than just being a city person or a country person. Most people are some combination of both. At Dartmouth, we know that being able to […]

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 […]

Dartmouth’s Coming to You: Meet our Admissions Officers

Dartmouth’s Coming to You: Meet our Admissions Officers

Dartmouth admissions officers are meeting with prospective students in the U.S. and abroad in the coming week. If you’re near one of the areas listed below, and would like to know more about what it’s like to live and learn at the College, register to meet our […]

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 […]

Dartmouth’s Coming to You: Meet our Admissions Officers

Dartmouth’s Coming to You: Meet our Admissions Officers

In the coming weeks, Dartmouth admissions officers will be meeting with prospective students in the U.S. and abroad. If you’re near one of the areas listed below, and would like to know more about what it’s like to live and learn at the College, register to […]

Studying the Humanities at Dartmouth

Studying the Humanities at Dartmouth

A popular course students take during their freshman fall is Humanities 1 & 2. Humanities 1: Dialogues with the Classics (fall) and Humanities 2: The Modern Labryinth (winter), are a two-term sequence designed to introduce first-year students to the material and intellectual perspectives of the […]