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FallOn CampusFavorite Class: Indian Country Today
I initially took this class because I wanted to know more about Dartmouth’s history with Native Americans. It ended up being my favorite class because Professor Duthu was so enthusiastic about Native American affairs. He related the lectures to his own experiences growing up on a reservation, which made the class come to life.
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: Ancient Medicine
As a potential Classics major on the pre-health track, this class was perfect for me! We learned about different medical practices from Rome and Greece and how medicine had changed in the past 2,000 years. We had a class in the Geisel School of Medicine and got to hold human organs!
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: Economic Principles & Policies (Econ 2)
I took this class because I wanted to learn more about the economy. Econ 2 focuses on the current economic climate in the US, so we would follow the DOW Jones on a daily basis to establish trends. In an economy impacted by a pandemic, inflation, and a war, this class was so helpful in my understanding of the financial climate of the country.
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: General Physics I (Physics 3)
Physics with Professor Blencowe was delightful. His enthusiasm for the subject matter created excitement for students. The labs were hands-on and interactive to learn about the mechanics of the world.
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: Sociology of Gender
This class fulfilled the Interdisciplinary Approach to my Global Health minor, and I enjoyed every minute of it. With Professor McCabe, we discussed gender and how its structure impacts our daily lives. My final research project studied gender within "Grey's Anatomy," which was created by Shonda Rhimes '91.
SpringHanoi, VietnamFavorite Class: Dartmouth Dickey Center Global Health Internship
I used my "off-term" to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam for a Dartmouth Dickey Center Global Health Internship. I worked for the Institute of Population, Health, and Development, and studied health disparities in Vietnam.
Fall Favorite Class: Indian Country Today
Dartmouth's Native American Studies department offers so many interesting classes, and I took one to start my academic journey.
The Random Roommate
Dartmouth assigns freshmen random roommates, which turned into a blessing in disguise.
Writing Sports for The Dartmouth
Writing for the campus newspaper, The Dartmouth, has been an introduction to unique sports!
Lone Pine Detachment: Dartmouth Army ROTC
Dartmouth has a small but mighty Army ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) detachment- but what excatly does that mean?
Making Hanover Home
1,132 miles from my house, Hanover has emerged as a new home and community.
Hype for Homecoming
Woohoo! It's Homecoming week here at Dartmouth. While I could focus on the game itself, I want to spend some time writing about the buildup and preparation for the extra special day.
Fall Means Football
Dartmouth students love their sports teams, and football is no exception!
Reconnecting with my Dartmouth Reason
After two years, I reconnected with my Dartmouth tour guide who was influential in my Dartmouth decision.
First Days at the Big Green
Hi! Welcome to my world. My name is Caroline, and I was born and raised in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. I've been at Dartmouth for over two weeks now, and I'm already in love with the school and its surroundings.