21F in Photos: The People, the Place, and the Pines
I thought I'd use this blog post to share a gallery: Snippets of Dartmouth's profound sense of place from my first in-person (non-Zoom) term — particularly, the people, the place, and the pines I'm so incredibly thankful for.
- No. 1
The flaming hot bonfire roared with energy and excitement, as alumni from all over the world returned to campus to celebrate the classes of '24 and '25!
- No. 2
Sisterhood Hikes to Gile
I recently joined a sorority and embarked on a chill, 50-minute round trip sunrike with some of my new pledge sisters.
- No. 3
Gile Mountain is home to incredible views of the New England fall foliage! Here's a peek.
- No. 4
Shuttles behind Robinson Hall take my friends and me to the Organic Farm for Dartmouth Organic Farm Club’s Annual Harfest 2021. We enjoy live music, yard games, the freshest vegetable pizzas, and serene nature views.
- No. 5
Dartmouth's Organic Farm
The Organic Farm is like a breath of fresh air, and is a true testament to Dartmouth’s profound sense of place. Each year, the farm produces over 4,000 pounds of produce that is sold to students, donated to the Upper Valley community, and given back to the hands that grew it.
- No. 6
Live Musical Performances
I watch the Dartmouth Subtleties and their spectacular a capella performance live inside my sorority!
- No. 7
Walks with Friends
My friend Adri and I go on a brisk morning walk before our International Trade class.
- No. 8
Delicious freshly baked pizza from the Organic Farm hits the spot on a lazy Saturday afternoon at the O-Farm.
- No. 9
A Culture of Green
Sustainability is highly valued here at Dartmouth. I collect this pin at the Organic Farm and it’s an excellent reminder to be eco-conscious.