People silhouetted on the summit of Moosilauke
Image of a projected Wikipedia page with one of my friends making the heart sign over it

Can you imagine living a life which doesn't revolve around information?

I can't help but wonder how different life would be if it didn't revolve around a constant flow of information. Do our parents, or the generations before them, remember a time when intellectual stimulation wasn't an integral part of daily life?

A picture of New York Skyscrapers from the central park

My winterim expedition to my distant family in New York and a bit of Slovak history

At the start, coming to the US revolved around pursuing education at Dartmouth and exploring both South and North America. However, this purpose gradually changed as Thanksgiving approached to reconnecting with a previously unknown part of my family.

A picture of my new friends and me

Choosing the Right University: Beyond Rankings and into the Heart of the Institution

When we think about the process of choosing a university, it often revolves around factors like rankings, financial aid, location, and class sizes. It's a logical approach, but it totally omits the spirit of the institution. Let me explain.

My friends with Covid masks and a Dartmouth class of 2027 sign

Reflecting on the Echoes of COVID 19: A taste of a Dartmouth writing class.

In this blog post, I'd like to delve into the impacts of COVID-19 on our society and the invaluable lessons it has taught us. Many of my insights have been shaped by my experiences in James A. Godley's "Writing at the Edge of Democracy" class.

My trippies on top of a mountain during sunrise
Christine, one of the tripiees, looking into the distance over the Sandwitch mountians
A panorama of a dark blue lake surrounded by a dark green forest.
A beautiful sun rise shining over New Hampshire peaks.
My trippies on top of a mountain during sunrise
The beautiful starry nights in New Hampshire.

Honoring Ancestral Wisdom: Navigating Dartmouth's First-Year Hike on Abenaki Lands

We are on the ancestral and unceded homelands of the Abenaki people. This land, known to the Abenaki as N'dakinna (Our Land), includes what is known today as Vermont, New Hampshire, northern Massachusetts, western Maine, and southern Quebec

Picture of the Baker library at night

Navigating the Boundless Opportunities of the American Dream at Dartmouth College.

Coming into the USA, I could feel the 'American dream' in the air. Landing in Boston and seeing the massive buildings, cars, roads—well, essentially everything. I was inspired by the feeling that in this country, anything was attainable.