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FallHanoverFavorite Class: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
Taking this class was a random and unexpected decision that I am so happy I made. This class was about the intersection between human and primate evolution and our social behaviors. It really opened my eyes to how unique and beautifully diverse different societies are, and how this uniqueness influences our biology in interesting ways.
WinterHanoverFavorite Class: Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis
Taught by Professor Doyle, this has been my favorite class at Dartmouth so far. It was a calculus integrated with economic applications of the concepts we learned. It was the first time this class was offered at Dartmouth, and Professor Doyle made sure we all had a thorough understanding of the material. The fact that we were also able to see the real-world applications of the calculus concepts also made the class uniquely interesting.
What Do Dartmouth Students Do For Fun?
As a prospective student touring the Dartmouth College campus, it is easy to wonder how you can have a fun and entertaining college experience in a small town like Hanover.
My Experience With Greek Life at Dartmouth
When I was deciding what colleges to apply to and ultimately attend, there were several things that attracted me to Dartmouth, and none of them was Greek Life.
Welcome Home '27s
Congrats to Dartmouth's Class of 2027!! The entire campus community is so excited to welcome you to Hanover in the fall.
Life Outside The Classroom
At Dartmouth, students are just as involved in activities outside of the classroom as they in their classes!
Making A Cardboard Chair For My Engineering Class
For the past two weeks, I've been working on a fascinating project for my engineering class.
Why You Should Study Abroad: Part 2
My study abroad last fall was honestly one of my most formative academic and personal experiences since I started at Dartmouth.
Why You Should Study Abroad
One of the main reasons I applied to Dartmouth was its vast range of study abroad programs in various departments and in different countries across the globe.
Back On Campus!
After six months of internships, vacations with friends, studying abroad, and spending time with friends, I'm finally back on campus, living and taking classes at Dartmouth.
Fall Term Bucket List
I won't be on-campus this fall (I'll be doing a AAAS foreign study program in Accra, Ghana), so I've put together a small bucket list of events and activities that I think really made my first fall at Dartmouth so memorable.
My Summer in DC
Over the past eight weeks, I've been interning at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in Washington, DC as part of the Rockefeller Center's First-Year Fellows program.