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FallDartmouthFavorite Class: Writing 5: The Pursuit of Happiness
In this course, we explore what it means to be happy, how we can be happy, and whether happiness is worth pursuing.
WinterDartmouthFavorite Class: The Price System
In this introduction to microeconomics, we learn about relevant economic policies and their impact on our day-to-day lives.
SpringDartmouthFavorite Class: Introduction to Programming and Computation
This term, I am learning the basics of computer science and coding through Python—a nifty programming language.
FallAlbuquerque, NMFavorite Class: Off term
This term, I am working for U.S Census Bureau as an Enumerator, and as a cook in the hottest new restaurant in town: Tako Ten.
WinterHanover, NHFavorite Class: Computer Animation (the state of the art)
In this class, I am learning to animate just like the pros at Pixar! So cool!
SpringAlbuquerque, NMFavorite Class: Software Design and Implementation
In this C programming course, we're learning to build systems in teams. Our final project will be a fully-functional networked game!
SummerHanover, NHFavorite Class: Exploring the Universe
In this class, I'll be learning about stellar evolution, the origin of the elements, the deaths of stars, black holes, the structure of our Galaxy, other galaxies, dark matter, the expanding universe and the big bang.
The Best Walks at Dartmouth
Here are some of the best paths and trails on campus!
- No. 1
Located on the outskirts of the Dartmouth Golf Course, Pine Park is a set of beautiful trails lined with tall pines (as the name suggests) and bordering the Connecticut River. The path can get icy during winter, so make sure to wear boots if it's cold outside!
- No. 2
The Golf Course
The Dartmouth Golf Course has some awesome sights. In warm months, the grass is green and soft, and you can get a clear view of the mountains surrounding Hanover. In winter, snow covers the fields–just enough for sledding!
- No. 3
Occom Pond is a classic. It is surrounded by a hilly road and trees just sparce enough to give you a clear view of the water. In winter, the pond freezes and you can often find locals, and Dartmouth students, playing hockey and ice skating. This is a short, beautiful walk–perfect for when you're short on time!