Tag: hopkins center

Why Dartmouth?: The Arts

Why Dartmouth?: The Arts

Many people are underexposed to the Fine Arts scene here at Dartmouth, and it is such a shame considering that the Hopkins Center is constantly hosting plays, dance shows, concerts, and movie screenings. For example, just a few weeks ago, the Hopkins Center hosted Companhia […]

“For Colored Girls”: A Senior Thesis Unlike Any Other

“For Colored Girls”: A Senior Thesis Unlike Any Other

For her senior thesis project, Carene ’16 produced the play  For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange. All three productions were completely sold out, and the audience could not have spoken more praise about it. People laughed and […]

Did You Know?: Telluride

Did You Know?: Telluride

Dartmouth’s Film Society annually hosts the Telluride at Dartmouth Film Festival at the college’s performing arts center, Hopkins Center for the Arts (The Hop). Each year the Telluride at Dartmouth Film Festival brings six of the top films from the Colorado festival to the college’s […]

Bar Hop: A Different Kind of Party

Bar Hop: A Different Kind of Party

One of my jobs on campus is at Bar Hop. Bar Hop combines studio art with music and dancing to create a nightclub like atmosphere in the Hopkins Center. We are open every Thursday night and students come in to just hang out with friends […]

The Drama of It All

Let’s talk about theater. The rush of performing, the tight-knit bond between cast and crewmembers, the overall joy of presenting your work to an audience. Point blank, I love and adore the theater. Dartmouth’s theater, of course, is no exception. However, I didn’t always believe […]

Theatre and Math Go Together, Right?

From theater to theorems – all in a day’s life at Dartmouth.

Breaking in to Theatre

Stephanie writes about her first foray into theater at Dartmouth.

The Magical Feeling

Faizan reflects on some of the magical moments of his first month at Dartmouth.

Sleep Deprived

Wednesday morning, September 21, 4:30 am. In just over four hours, my first day of classes at Dartmouth will officially begin. I’m sitting on the red circular seat at the entrance of the Hop, which I’m convinced is simply wood with one layer of upholstery […]