Brian's D-PlanWhat's a D-Plan?
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: PHYS 15 - Intro Physics, Honors
An eye-opening physics experience filled with incredible demonstrations, intriguing apparatuses, mind-blowing lectures, and an awesome professor to tie it all together. Office hours were invaluable.
The section I chose for Writing 5, the freshman writing seminar. It's helped me find a new interest in journalism, and I've traveled all around the Northeast to conduct interviews and write awesome articles.
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: ENGS 20 - Intro to Scientific Computing
An awesome intro to engineering class where we learn to code in C and Matlab. It assumes no prior knowledge of coding and teaches some super valuable skills for learning other programming languages.
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: ENGS 21 - Intro to Engineering
The premise of ENGS 21 is to jump right into the field of engineering by designing a product meant to improve quality of life for a target population. Many people have even gotten patents and started businesses from their groups in this class – it's an incredible opportunity and an amazing learning experience.
FallOn-CampusFavorite Class: ECON 20
A class all about data and regressions, all I've learned in statistics actually applied to a carrying out real-time research questions—a great way to learn!
On-Campus, Off-Campus, Greek Spaces, and Host-Houses
From dorms to houses, singles to quads, fraternities, sororities, and everything in between, Dartmouth students have a whole variety of living options to experiment with.
Four Outside Activities to Make the Most of Sophomore Summer
So far, each day has had its own instantaneous excursions, everything from friends calling to swim in the river to brief trips off exploring in the woods.