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FallHanover, NHFavorite Class: BIOL 19: Honors Cell Structure and Function
A freshman-only introductory biology class taught by an amazing professor who's super invested and wants students to make friends and develop a love of cell biology.
WinterQuechee, VTFavorite Class: EARS 2: Evolution of Earth and Life
A really cool introductory Earth Science course that taught the basics of geology, Earth history, and paleontology: all in one super accessible course.
SpringHanover, NHFavorite Class: EARS 12: Big Data Science in Hydrology
This class taught us the basics of the R programming language in order to use it to analyze real-life hydrologic data. In class, we got to analyze datasets about rain, river discharge, flooding, and acid rain, using only the skills we gained from this course with no prerequisites.
FallHanover, NHFavorite Class: GEOG 63: Racial Geographies: Race and the Politics of Place
This discussion-based geography class was my first interaction with the Geography Department, which other students have been raving to me about. The class, which is cross-listed with African-American Studies, analyzes how locations shape black embodiment and identity. Super cool stuff!
Skating at Occom: The Quintessential Dartmouth Activity
Over the weekend, my friends and I decided to walk to Occom Pond for some ice skating.
Food at Dartmouth: Eating My Way Through All the Options
Now that campus is back to full operations, there are a variety of delicious campus eateries to try, almost all of which have abundant options and their own unique flair.