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Is it easy to make friends at Dartmouth? What aspects of Dartmouth promote close friendships?

Is it easy to make friends at Dartmouth? What aspects of Dartmouth promote close friendships?

Most of my close friendships at Dartmouth have been formed through joining different clubs or groups I was interested in. For me, joining the women’s water polo club team my freshman fall introduced me to a community that’s been my go-to  throughout my four years […]

‘Tis the season to be sledding

‘Tis the season to be sledding

It can be easy to spend the weekend holed up in the library during the day, as many Dartmouth students know. But it’s important to remember that we go to school in a special place, a place that magically transforms itself once fall turns into […]

Lost In Translation – Intro

Lost In Translation – Intro

¿Dartmouth College? ¿O sea, un colegio? ¿Qué no aplicaste a la universidad? Dartmouth College? So… a college? Weren’t you applying to universities, not colleges? That’s one of the first things my mom said after I received my admissions letter. To be quite honest, I didn’t […]

Snow Wars: Campus Wide Snowball Edition

Snow Wars: Campus Wide Snowball Edition

By now, you know that I’m not really “meant” for the cold, however, that doesn’t stop me from enjoying it! I recently got to partake in my first midnight snowball fight and I had a blast — I was literally was blasted with snow! It’s […]

Hello, hola, bonjour!

Hello, hola, bonjour!

Hello! I’m Amy Guan, a ’20 at Dartmouth from Princeton, NJ. Before arriving at the College on the Hill, I was an avid journalist for my high school newspaper and news broadcast, a long-time musician (both as a pianist with my high school orchestra and as […]

How Hiking 50 Miles May Just be the Time of Your Life

How Hiking 50 Miles May Just be the Time of Your Life

Whoever said hiking 50 straight miles was fun?? Dartmouth students, that’s who. Three terms a year to be exact. Given the snowy, sub-zero, “Hanover-is-the-Arctic-tundra” nature of many of the latest blog posts, I thought it’s about time to through it back to warmer days and […]

Who the heck is Emma Rodriguez?

Who the heck is Emma Rodriguez?

Hey! Thanks for clicking on this post that’s literally all about me! I promise I won’t bore you to death with a long autobiography, but just tell you the ~important stuff~ so you know a bit more about who I am when you read my […]

Coding and Social Science Conundrums: My Experience with QSS

Coding and Social Science Conundrums: My Experience with QSS

The Quantitative Social Science (QSS) Program at Dartmouth is relatively new department that strives to teach students to analyze social science problems using statistical and computational tools. Most of the professors in the QSS department also work in other social science departments like government, sociology […]

Who’s That Guy? It’s Manny!

Who’s That Guy? It’s Manny!

When you see this photo, you may ask yourself two questions. 1. Is this guy making a very sad attempt at a thumbs up? 2. Who is he? Thankfully, I can at least answer the second question for you. My name is Emmanuel Elijah Howze-Warkie, […]

Things to do at Dartmouth: Winter Edition

Things to do at Dartmouth: Winter Edition

Baby, it’s cold outside! But don’t let the cold deter you from having fun on campus. Each season in Hanover is beautiful in its own way, and winter is no exception. While cold temperatures intimidate many, the glistening of the snow on the Green creates […]

Do you find that city kids have more difficulty adjusting to life at Dartmouth than students from rural or suburban locales?

Do you find that city kids have more difficulty adjusting to life at Dartmouth than students from rural or suburban locales?

…The idea of a radical change of scenery from NYC really appeals to me, but sometimes I wonder if it would be too dramatic a difference. A: There are a couple qualities that I miss about living in a large city, but they are qualities I’ve had my whole […]