Autumn's D-PlanWhat's a D-Plan?
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: JAPN 1 - First Year Japanese
I just love my professor and my classmates! (I had to wake up at 7:15 everyday to go to drill, but it was totally worth it) We were so close that we had breakfast together every morning, and called ourselves the Brekky Club!
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: FILM 33 - Screenwriting 1
I've always loved writing scripts and seeing my writing being materialized into several scenes, so I thought this class would be perfect. Also, I'd love to take up some challenges in my second term at Dartmouth!
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: JAPN 10 - Intro to Japanese Culture
Japanese literature really is my passion, and in professor Dorsey's class I got to read many Japanese masterpieces along the history of the sakura country. Also, professor Dorsey is AMAZING - he is just like our friend!
FallTokyo, JapanFavorite Class: Japanese LSA+
I had the time of my life during the LSA+ in Tokyo. I learned interesting things about Japanese culture, made close Japanese friends, and improved my Japanese a lot!!I had the time of my life during the LSA+ in Tokyo. I learned interesting things about Japanese culture, made close Japanese friends, and improved my Japanese a lot!!
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: ECON 21: Microeconomics
I like the maths - they explain the "common sense" I referred to a lot in ECON 1 in a much more logical way. The professor is great; her instructions are easy to understand, and she always eagers to help us understand the lectures better.
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: TUCK 01: Financial Accounting
This course is super helpful if you're planning to go into finance or consulting. Taking this course has helped me so much in preparing for interview for my junior summer internship!
New friends, new adventure - starting sophomore summer right!In a span of two weeks, I’ve done much more cool things and made friends with much more people than I usually did in a typical term at Dartmouth.
DartMUN - Reliving my favorite high school memoryI used to attend a lot of Model UN conferences in high school. I was in love with the intense debates. I was thrilled at the new knowledge I was able to learn. And above all, I felt grateful for the friendships I made during each conference.
How to make friends with local students during the LSADorsey sensei (our very cool faculty director of the LSA) also spent a lot of work to make sure that we have a chance to connect to Japanese students at Kanda.
Testing out our Japanese skills with native speakers
Last Wednesday, we had a very unique Japnaese LSA+ (study abroad) orientation: we had a Skype conference with a group of Japanese students from Kanda University, the university that will host us this sum