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New Student Orientation
Collis Center for Student Involvement
6181 Collis Center
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH  03755
Phone: 603.646.0089
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Meet the Collis Orientation Team!

 The Collis Orientation Team is excited to welcome you to Dartmouth! Our goal is to help connect you with other students, staff, faculty, and resources on campus. Through positive and diverse social programming, we hope to help you become part of the Dartmouth community. If you have any questions, please email us!

Taha Adib



Amelia Antrim


Amelia is a '14 from Nahant, MA. She is a Biology major concentrating in Computational Biology, and participated in the Biology Foreign Study Program. Amelia is a member of Alpha Phi sorority, for which she serves as Academic Chair. She is also social chair for Dartmouth Chamber Orchestra and has held several research positions in the Biology department. In her free time, Amelia enjoys music and running.

Carinna Arvizo



Jayne Caron


Jayne Caron is a 14 from Cincinnati, Ohio. Jayne is an English major on the pre-medical track with a minor in french and biology. Outside of academics, she is the VP-M of her sorority, Kappa Delta, working on her English thesis, and the chair of membership in a Greek Honors Society, Order of Omega. Jayne has also studied abroad in Paris on the French FSP and did the Volunteer Teaching Fellowship in the Marshall Islands her junior winter. She also enjoys a good pair of cowboy boot and hanging out with her black-mouth mountain cur Josie.

Daniel Chen


Daniel is a '16 from a suburb outside of Portland, OR. He is unsure of his major, but is interested in English, Economics, and Computer Science. At Dartmouth, he is a member of the Varsity Swim Team and works for the Tutor Clearinghouse as a Study Group Leader. He is also very involved in the Dandelion Project, a relatively new organization which teaches English to students and teachers in rural Beijing. He was a Great Issues Scholar his freshman year and enjoys meeting new people and trying different things.

David Chiang

Orientation Team Leader


 David is a '15 studying Economics and Government. He is from Carmel, IN and on campus participates in Sexperts, Dartmouth Asian Organization, Dartmouth Food Connection, and Collis After Dark. He is fan of chillwave and progressive trance music.

Thienan Dang


Thienan Dang is a '16 from Boston, Massachusetts. She's a possible Psychology major while being pre-med. She's on the council at Aquinas House, along with being a DREAM mentor. She is a member of the planning committee for Relay for Life and a trip leader for the Denver Alternative Spring Break. In her spare time, she loves to kayak and shop

Yobiel Kelati

Orientation Team Leader


 Yobi is a 15 from Fremont, CA. He is a psychology major and is hoping to complete an education minor. Yobi is a member of Chi Gamma Epsilon and is also an OPAL intern. In his free time, he likes to binge watch shows on Netflix, drink tea, and blog on tumblr.

Arianna Lee


Arianna Lee is a '16 from Detroit, MI. She plans to major in Neuroscience. She plays the violin and is currently in the Dartmouth Chamber Orchestra. Arianna is involved with the Fashion Council and a Quest counselor for QuestBridge. Arianna also helped organized a foundation "Tea Party" for her hometown to help the youth find extracurricular activities. She has various jobs on campus and truly loves being apart of the Big Green!

Sutton Lowry


Sutton is a '16 from Seattle, WA, and constantly reps the Pacific Northwest. He plans to major in English and psychology, and is interested in pursuing a career in sports psychology. Sutton is a member of an a capella group on campus—The Bartenders—and is passionate about the performing arts. He once won a talent show in high school with his teacher impressions! In his free time, Sutton loves to hang out with friends, listen to Macklemore, and play with his cat, Simon (aka Kitty Baby). He was a member of Dimensions Crew, and admits to an unhealthy obsession with '17s.

Kartikeya Menon


Kartik is a '16 from New York, NY. He plans to double major in Math and Japanese, and is studying abroad in Japan this summer. He writes for the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science, plays tennis and the violin, and works in a biochemistry lab at the Geisel School of Medicine, and works occasionally at Green Corps.

Zac Myslinski

Orientation Team Leader 


 Zac is from Rocky Point, NY. He is a biophysical chemistry major and biological sciences minor. He works in a chemistry lab with Professor Jon Kull. His favorite food is oatmeal. He joined Orientation Team because he likes working with incoming students. His favorite class has been in the Philosophy Department. He is pursuing a spot in an MD/PhD program.

Katie Papa


Katie Papa is a '16 from Long Valley, New Jersey planning to major in Economics. Katie is a member of the Women's Varsity Swimming and Diving team, plays the viola in the campus pop string group, the Vibes, and volunteers with Waterworks. Katie's favorite things to do at Dartmouth (besides spend endless hours in the library of course...) are to eat long, leisurely dinners at Foco with her teammates and to spend time on the Green with her friends.

Eileen Park


Eileen is a '16 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is thinking of majoring in Biological Chemistry. During her freshman year, she was the Volunteer Coordinator for the Summer Games of Special Olympics and plans on continuing her involvement with the games. She also researched at CRREL through the WISP program. Next year, she'll be working with Professor BelBruno in the Chemistry department. One of her favorite things is getting a Collis smoothie. She has a large fear of slugs and ticks.

Sam Rauschenfels


Sam Rauschenfels is a '14 from Cloquet, MN. He's majoring in Environmental Earth Sciences modified with Environmental Studies (because that's not a mouthful or anything) and minoring in Film and Media Studies. Sam has worked for The Dartmouth since freshman fall, and is currently serving on the Directorate as Sports Editor. He also has on-campus jobs at the Collis student involvement office as well as the computer help desk, and enjoys pretty much every sci-fi show on TV.

Brett Szalapski



Caitlin Veator


Caitlin is a '14 from Potomac, Maryland majoring in Government and minoring in French. Outside of class, she is the Student Director of the Big Brother Big Sister program and is very involved in her sorority. She has also worked as a research assistant and study group leader in the Government Department. Caitlin enjoys bad puns, Collis baked goods, and swimming in the river.

Thomas Wang


Thomas is a '16 from Dallas, Texas majoring in economics. He enjoys hold'em poker, exotic foods, and country music. On campus, he is active with Student Assembly, Christian Union, and Model United Nations. 

Lorelai Yang


Lorelei is a double major in Government and English and a minor in Public Policy. In her freshman year, Lorelei was a Dickey Center Great Issues Scholar and Leadership Discovery Program participant. In summer 2012, Lorelei interned at the National Congress of American Indians as a Rockefeller First-Year Fellow. At Dartmouth, Lorelei is a Mentor Against Violence, Op-Ed writer for The Dartmouth, Rockefeller Center student programs assistant and Policy Research Shop researcher. In her free time, Lorelei likes to tweet, browse Pinterest for unattainability difficult DIYs (she can't sew), and watch bad reality TV.

Last Updated: 9/5/13