Quick Trip to the Big Apple
After two months in Hanover, I have made great friends, extraordinary memories, and enjoyed learning in and out of the classroom. As a city boy, however, I also found myself starting to miss the big city. Fortunately, being at Dartmouth not only means being able to appreciate everything a rural and outdoor setting has to offer, but also convenient transportation options to the cities near the college. Therefore, I decided to take a quick trip to New York City last weekend.
One of the main reasons I chose to come to Dartmouth was the rural setting, as it was different from what I had known my entire life. At the same time, one of my biggest concerns about coming to Dartmouth was the rural setting, as it was different from what I had known my entire life. After two months at Dartmouth, I am happy to report that Hanover has been everything I hoped it would be. The beautiful sights, accessible outdoor activities, and intimate community has made my time here so special. However, for anyone who isn't sure about the rural setting like I was, you can be reassured that the city is only a bus ride away, available any time you want it.
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