The Journal: Photography


The Journal accepts photography submissions that reflect the Dartmouth campus and environment, that reflect any of the concentration tracks, or that depict student life in New England.

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Fall 2015

Justine Kohr Johnathan James Recor Johnathan James Recor
Amy Millios Pradipti Bhatta Robert A. Kaufman
Pradipti Bhatta Amy Millios Justine Kohr

Fall 2015

Pradipti Bhatta hails from Kathmandu, Nepal and is a 2014 alumna undergraduate from Colby Sawyer College with a major in English. Before joining MALS to be on the Globalization track, she was a Communication Intern for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Nepal.

Robert A. Kaufman is a Texan poet. He graduated from Brown and served as a Fulbright Scholar in Oslo. His writing has been featured in Blaire magazine, Extract(s), FD magazine, and Fjords Review.

Justine Kohr is a marketing and communications manager at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business and a freelance writer. She has written for the Hartford Advocate, the Valley News, the Quechee Times, Here in Hanover magazine, Image magazine, Dartmouth Now, Tuck Today, and others. Prior to Dartmouth, she was an assistant editor at LongHill Partners Publishing, Inc. in Woodstock, VT. She graduated from Westfield State University with a BA in Communications and Journalism Studies. She is originally from Western Massachusetts, but now lives in West Lebanon with her husband and five pets. *Justine Kohr also served as an assistant editor for The Journal.

Amy Millios - Sadly, this person has not submitted a bio.

Johnathan James Recor is a MALS Alumnus and figure of controversy who wore a Venetian mask during his enrollment at Dartmouth College. He is known by the Hanover community and greater Upper Valley as "The Sun God" and for his ongoing theatrical antics as an artist at play in an adult world. Caught between a city and valley, Recor graduated in 2011, and is now Project Manager within the New York Financial District on Wall Street.

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