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For this blog post, I've decided to share some of my favorite photos that I've taken at this year's Bema Lights. Bema means a platform for public speaking in Greek. In the past, the area referred to as Bema at Dartmouth would serve as an amphitheater. Nowadays, it is affectionately known as Big Empty Meeting Area! Bema is where first-year students hold their candlelight ceremony during Orientation week, initiating their presence at Dartmouth. Among the festivities that take place at Bema is Bema Lights during the winter term. I will let the pictures speak to describe the astonishing atmosphere of this year's Bema Lights!
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