Jenny Chen's D-PlanWhat's a D-Plan?
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: Sociology 001
Even though this was a large introductory class, I looked forward to this class every week. Professor Campbell always made lectures interesting by relating them to his experiences or our own lives.
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: Biology 013
This class is structured so that you have to work as a group on class problems and even on some exams. The emphasis on teamwork and problem-solving helped me understand the material better and befriend some older students.
Lou's: A Quintessential Part of Dartmouth
Lou’s Restaurant & Bakery, affectionally known as Lou’s, serves breakfast, lunch, and dessert. But if you ask most people, myself included, they will tell you that Lou’s is the perfect spot for brunch.
Home Sweet Home
Recently, my friends and I decided to take on an unusual challenge: baking cookies in college. Armed with nothing more than a few borrowed baking pans, we set out the day beforehand with the task of finding ingredients.
The Reality of Requirements
To all the high school seniors out there, I have a message for you: cherish this coming summer, as it will be one of the most relaxing times of your life. Travel, lounge around the house, and watch an exorbitant amount of TV.
Dartmouth kids take on the city
On a typical Saturday, I find myself cozied up in the library, working through homework assignments with friends -- but this Saturday was not a typical one. I signed up to go on a day trip to Boston with North Park, my community house.
The Dimensions of Dartmouth
Congratulations to all of the Dartmouth ‘22s! It's weird to think that just a year ago, I was in your shoes.
An Insider's Guide to Group Work
This term, I’m taking a class called Biology 13, Gene Expression and Inheritance. It integrates a flipped classroom structure, which means that we learn most of the material through online videos the night before class.
An Introduction to Introductory Courses
As a freshman, I knew I was going to be taking a lot of introductory courses, at least in my first term. While that was definitely a true statement, the vision I had in mind of huge classes and boring lectures was not.
What is Patient Support Corps?
When I was a senior in high school, I knew that I was passionate about and interested in the field of medicine.
Why cities are overrated
When I was a junior in high school and people would ask me where I wanted to go for college, I would reply, “I’m not sure yet, but I do know that I want to go to college in a city!” Hanover, with a population of 11,000, is by no means a city.
Ringing in lunar new year
Friday, February 16 marked the first day of the lunar new year, the year of the dog.