Studying with a View: Fall Foliage Edition!
New England falls are notoriously gorgeous — and Dartmouth is no exception! Here are a few of my favorite spots to study where I can appreciate Dartmouth's fabulous foliage!
- No. 1
1. Collis Center Patio
This is my go-to study spot if I've got time to study after a meal at FoCo (aka Food Court, aka '53 Commons), because it’s right next door!
- No. 2
2. Top of the Hop
When I have afternoon rehearsals at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, I’ll arrive a few hours early to get some studying done with this gorgeous view. "Top of the Hop" is the nickname for this upper level of the Hop.
- No. 3
3. The Tower Room
The Tower Room in Baker Library is a beautiful room by itself, but these windows make for an even more beautiful view!
- No. 4
4. Upper Floors of Fairchild
I found out about this sweet study spot in the Fairchild Physical Sciences Center during my Discover Dartmouth day in the spring, and it’s even more beautiful in the Fall!
- No. 5
5. The Green
Another great spot if you like to study outside! The Green is pretty central, and people love to hang out there with friends, groups, or just to study!
- No. 6
BONUS: The Tables in Front of Fairchild
Least busy on the weekends, and beautiful around golden hour and sunset, like in this photo! I'm a huge fan of outside studying, so this is perfect for me!
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