A Post-Election Reflection: Experiencing Election Day On-Campus
While the student body at the College may be relatively small, students here recognize that their vote can hold a lot of weight in New Hampshire, a classic swing state.
Expecting the Unexpected: What It Means To Be a College Student During a Pandemic
No one is enjoying the perpetual state of uncertainty that we've been living in since the start of the pandemic back in March.
A Student's Perspective on Voting During a Pandemic
Dartmouth's Student Assembly has already run several voter registration drives, and I had the opportunity to vote early in my first presidential election ever at a town hall just last week. That's a moment I definitely won't forget!
Connecting With Faculty During a Pandemic: Making It Work
Although I've only just finished my third week of classes, I'm already seeing the value in getting to know my professors early in the quarter. Trust me: professors are real people who want to work with you!
Starting Your First Term The Right Way: Academic Advice
If a professor asks you to read a text outside of class, they are asking you to read it for a reason.
A Week in Review: The Start of Classes (and the Beginning of my 'Blogging Journey')
My name is Michael Harrison '24 and I'm from Long Island, NY. Although my first official week as a Dartmouth student has just come to a close, it feels like I've been a part of the Dartmouth 'ecosystem' for a while now!