Michael Green's D-PlanWhat's a D-Plan?
Professor Allen Koop is the son of, C. Everett Koop, the surgeon general under the Reagan Administration. His father used to teach this course, and professor Koop continues his legacy brilliantly. Throughout this course professor Koop delves into a complete and comprehensive history of the American healthcare system. There are numerous guest speakers who are from all over the country and prominent figures in this system. The course is difficult, but the challenge is well worth it.
WinterOn CampusFavorite Class: English 7.43:Race and Popular Music
Professor Stuelke contextualizes the history of popular music and its relation to race very well. This first year seminar concludes with an audience study of an artist/music group of your choosing.
My family has had first year family weekend marked on the calendar since Dartmouth first started sending out mailings about the event, and a few weeks ago I had the pleasure of showing five of my family members around campus and the town
What in the world is Psych Anthro??
Apparently ethnographic research is the bread and butter of Anthropology, and because I liked my first experience so much, I might as well try out a class.
Now that spring has finally sprung and the roads are nice and clear, bicyclists are out in full force all across campus.
Its not easy being Green
Hello all, my name is Michael D. Green and I am a ‘21 from Columbia, Maryland. I graduated from a high school about 10 minutes outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.