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FallOn CampusFavorite Class: Chinese I
Introduction to the amazing language of Chinese, taken with Mao Lao Shi. Really got my mornings going! I think all Dartmouth students should make the most out of their language classes, as they offer unique cultural opportunities and stick with you for life. I'm grateful for all who shared that classroom with me, and I am very happy to realize how much I have progressed in a subject so new to me.
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: ASCL 07.02-01 - Asian Conflict and Cooperation
My writing seminar, themed on Asian Conflict and Cooperation. I got to discuss a topic beyond my comfort zone, and had a blast! My classmates were really giving their best, and professor Rezvani gave us an incredible learning experience and an organized debate environment. This class opened my horizons , and I am really happy I took it, having looked forward for each class! My writing style improved greatly due to this class, which makes it all the better!
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: CS 1 - Intro to Computer Science
The class that first got me into CS, and eventually led to me choosing my major! I believe this class should be a requirement to graduate. Most students at Dartmouth take it already, and it figures. Great class, provides you tools you can use in whatever field you choose!
FallBeijing, ChinaFavorite Class: Chin 31 - Advanced Modern Chinese
I took three Chinese classes this term, so I chose the last one to show off. This was the term I had my LSA+ experience in China! Got to travel all over, and improved my Chinese a ton. I encourage every Dartmouth student to take a language, even if you start at intermediate level, so you can go on an LSA+ or FSP experience!
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: Rel 19.30 - Islam And Medicine
A blast of a class! Discussion, great readings and a lot of amazing topics to learn. Also, Professor Joe Vignone was a bright spot on my term. A perfectly quirky man, I loved being one of two people to laugh at his jokes and his novelty t-shirts. He is also superbly smart and got me interested on a class I thought I was just taking to fulfill a graduation requirement!
SpringOnline (On Campus)Favorite Class: CS 65 - Android Programming
Great Professor, great TAs, great class. I didn't think I'd like this class: it is infamous for being a lot of work. Don't get me wrong, it is, but it is work you do with a smile on your face. The teaching team is great, there is a lot of awesome material to cover and it's great to have some smartphone programming ability. Greatly recommend to CS majors!
FallOn Campus (Remote)Favorite Class: Cosc 65 - Human-Centered Interactions
Professor XD Yang is one of the faculty teaching this incredible course. Generally, CS classes focus on programming and Math; it was great to spend some time just designing, and thinking about the why, not the how. I recommend this class to all curious minds who are willing to come up with some creative ideas!
WinterOn Campus (Remote)Favorite Class: EARS 2: Evolution of Earth and Life
Full disclosure: I picked this course for the distributive requirement, SCI. And yet, I fell in love with it! Professor Osterberg gave us not only an incredible overview of the world we inhabit and of the life upon it, but also perspectives on the future of humanity.
SpringOff Campus (Remote)Favorite Class: EDUC 47: Social and Emotional Development
I will just go and say it: Professor Tine is my favorite. She is so nice, and has such a strong didactic structure, that I would trust her to teach me anything, and so should you if you ever come across one of her courses. I know a lot more about humanity, development, and even about myself now.
Lest the Band Traditions Fail
BandQuet is an annual Marching Band banquet. Alumni host the current Band in a night of food and fun at a local restaurant.
Totally Tubular LLC Saturday
After a great brunch in Lyme’s Latham House Tavern, I set off for some tube sliding with the Living Learning housing Communities (LLCs), and I just have to tell you all about it!
What's in a Syllabus?
What's in a syllabus? Why are they so fundamental to Dartmouth, and why should you pay attention to them? Come find out!
Carve that Ice Ice Baby!!
Oh, the Mardi Gras of the Northeast. Winter Carnival! You can do so much... In my case, I chose to spend it learning a new skill: ice carving, as a member of the Marching Band’s team! Come learn about it!
Anything you need, CVS has it!
I remember I used to take daily strolls with my dad to the supermarket back home, to shop for daily needs (we don't have CVS in Brazil!). Now, I go on regular snack runs to CVS, and it is just as amazing.
Tropical Skating @ Occom Pond!
Watch as I endure a few falls as I learn to ice skate. Look out: I am now set to become the best Brazilian ice-skater-hockey-player-SUPERSTAR this side of Occom Pond!
Rockin' the Cabin
I spent last Friday night up in the mountains, jammin' in a cabin with the Cabin and Trail club, one of the many things that make Winter term the best time of the year!
How Dartmouth taught this old dog a trick
Or how the guy who couldn't clap to a rhythm ventured WAY out of his comfort zone.
Why I love McLaughlin, and why you will too
It houses 342 undergraduates, distributed between the various Living Learning Communities.
What Dartmouth does best
I only discovered Dartmouth in August, and instantly felt compelled to apply. Let me explain to you something from a student perspective, the thing that makes me say this is the best College there is.