Tag: organizations

Looking for My Niche: Diaries of an Ex-Debater

Throughout high school, I was an avid debater. Every week, I would spend countless hours at practice, researching bills, and prepping speeches for Saturday tournaments. I absolutely loved it, and as a result that was “my thing” for four years. When I first got to […]

Guest Welcome: Emily Mason-Osann ’11

Emily Mason-Osann ’11 is the director of the Dartmouth Outing Club’s First-Year Trips Program. Hi Class of 2016!!!! Welcome, Welcome, Welcome! First of all, congratulations on making it through the stress (or not) of college applications and decisions, and welcome to Dartmouth! I’m Emily, although […]

Clubs–Getting Involved Early

After being on campus for only a couple of weeks, I am already active in Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering and Hillel (the Jewish student organization).  Already, I’ve been able to make contributions to each of these groups.  In Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering, I work on the Marketing […]