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FallOn CampusFavorite Class: HIST 003: Europe in Medieval and Early Modern Times
My favourite part about this class was the structure of it! Three times a week, we had a large class lecture. Then, our x-hour was used for a small group discussion with our professor.
I loved how interactive this class was. Tt was a lecture based class, but we often had in-class building activities and one large project - building a cardboard chair!
Our professor made the class! Professor Tine was so enthusiastic about the content and material in this course, that it made me excited to come to class and learn eachday
I spend my first year summer at home with my family and travelling to visit old friends, new friends from Dartmouth, and extended family members. I spent a lot of my summer down south in Florida and Georgia, escaping the Canadian cold.
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: REL 60: Protestant Reformations.
Sophomore fall I was on campus taking classes and training for the upcoming Track and Field season. My favourite class was taught by 3 different professors from 3 different departments, looking at the Protestant Reformation from an art history angle, music angle, and of course religious perspective.
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: SART 65: Architecture 1
I spent sophomore winter on campus in Hanover taking four classes and competing in our indoor track and field season. The most interesting class that I took this term was an introduction architecture class where we actually got to build things in the wood shop!
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: REL 32.06: Jewish Views of Christianity
This spring was a busy one for me in Hanover! I competed for our school's varsity track and field team and took three classes, two of which satisfied requirements for my major. My favourite class was "Jewish Views of Christianity", which was cross-listed in the Religion, History and Jewish Studies departments.
It's my sophomore summer! However, instead of taking classes, I'm on campus interning with the Alumni Relations office. Stay tuned to my blog posts for more updates.
While fall is my favourite time at Dartmouth, I decided to spend this term abroad studying at the University of Edinburgh's New College School of Divinity. I took three classes and spent my extra time exploring Europe!
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: GEOG 54: Geovisualization
This term I am back home in Hanover! I will be taking four classes and competing for the Dartmouth track and field team. I look forward to the beautiful Hanover winter scenery and spending some time skiing on the slopes.
SpringOn CampusFavorite Class: ENGL 55.12: Dartmouth Fictions
Spring term means the start of outdoor track and field for my team and a number of fun outdoor activities! Follow along as I take three interdisciplinary classes and continue exploring the beautiful Upper Valley.
This summer I am stepping into my new role as a Senior Fellow here at the Admissions Office. Each day, I get to speak with prospective students and their families about Dartmouth College. Don't worry though, I'll still be blogging!
FallOn CampusFavorite Class: REL 62: Religion, Politics and the Presidency
I can't believe that I am starting my senior year here at the College! The past three years have flown by, and I'm so excited for my last full year on campus. Fall is my favorite time of year - I'll spend this term taking three classes, training for track and field, and spending as much time outside as possible. From coding in the humanities to the religion of Ancient Egypt, I'm looking forward to sharing my academic and extracurricular adventures with you this term!
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: WRIT 80: Independent Research
It's my last winter in Hanover and I can't believe it! I am taking three classes that are all related to my major, and competing in the indoor track and field season. This term I am most excited about my independent research where I am looking at religious sentiment in texts from the English Reformation. I'm hoping to spend some free days skiing and exploring this beautiful winter wonderland.
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Boloco is kind of like Chipotle and a great place to grab food if the Collis lunch line is really long. You can order burritos or bowls and they have amazing smoothies and milkshakes. Boloco offers a wide variety of different options, from gluten-free to vegetarian. My favourite order at Boloco is called "The Summer". Bonus fun fact: one of the founders went to Dartmouth!
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Molly’s is a classic Dartmouth experience. The restaurant is decorated in Ivy League memorabilia and it’s so cool to learn a little bit about Dartmouth history while you eat. Molly’s is known among students for it’s incredible Mac and Cheese. In addition, most of their ingredients are from local farms and markets. At Molly’s, I usually order the Maple Turkey Burger.
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Salt Hill Pub
Salt Hill is my first stop when I’m in need of some “comfort food.” From stew to burgers to loaded nachos, this is a great restaurant to visit when you are very hungry! They also hold weekly trivia nights, which is a fun week-night activity. I usually order the Kilkenny Sammy!
5 Ways to Choose a College Without Visiting the CampusChoosing to come to Dartmouth was the most life-changing decision that I have made to date. Deciding to move away from home (to a different country!) to attend college was a huge deciding factor in my college search.
6 Favourite Sports Games I Went to This Fall
With so many of the Big Green athletic teams competing this term, it's hard to decide which games and matches to attend each weekend.
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Football vs. Holy Cross
An incredible overtime win in football’s home-opener, the Big Green took down Holy Cross 27-26. “It was a great game because we never gave up and we never stopped believing we could win,” said offensive lineman, Phil Berton ’19. His teammate, Gage Guerra, added that “the win against Holy Cross felt so great because we battled through adversity against a high quality team. It was awesome to win in front of the fans in our home opener.” This was a fun game to be at because of the atmosphere of the student section!
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Women’s Volleyball vs. Columbia
The volleyball team’s Ivy League home-opener resulted in a 3-0 win over Columbia. The Big Green played incredible defence in front of a supportive crowd at Leede Arena. Carly Tower ’20 said that “it was a great game because we really played together as a team and came out strong. The fan support was incredible and the atmosphere in Leede Arena was eletric."
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Men’s Hockey vs. Windsor
The men’s hockey team played an exhibition game against the University of Windsor from Canada. They came away with a 2-1 win. Clay Han ’20, who plays defence, was excited about the game. He commented that, “For our first game against another team, I thought we were able to make a lot of good plays both offensively and defensively. I believe that from our goalies, to our defence, and all the way up to our forwards, we were able to play a solid 60 minutes of hockey.”