A Photo Timeline: Dartmouth in Peak Fall
The early days of October are an electric and enchanting pocket of fall; campus radiates life with alum joyfully returning for the Homecoming Bonfire, back-to-school classes kicking into full gear, and of course, the vibrant autumn leaves fluttering off the trees and tumbling onto the ground. I thought I would use this blog post to illustrate a journey of my fall so far with you (!!)—in photos
- No. 1
Flying to Hanover!
I go to sleep on the West Coast and wake up in Boston. From there, it is just a short Dartmouth Coach ride away before I arrive on campus for the first time in nearly three months!
- No. 2
Everyone is so stoked to go back to the classroom for the first time in 1.5 years for in-person club meetings! Shown here is Women in Business, a pre-professional organization open to all interested in learning more about the field of business.
- No. 3
Trips to the River
For my Marine Policy environmental studies course, we take a walk around Occum Pond and the Connecticut River to examine the surrounding ecosystem services.
- No. 4
Water polo practice is a really awesome active way to end my day!
- No. 5
The magic of fall foliage is in the air. The trees pop with color like nothing I’m used to seeing in Southern California.
- No. 6
Live Science Experiments!
We conduct live demonstrations outside in my Marine Policy class! Our professor explains how ocean currents transport temperature through a model with colorful dye.
- No. 7
Students can buy Homecoming merch outside Collis Student Center. Loving the school spirit!
- No. 8
The leaves paint a beautiful mosaic of orange, yellow, and green.
- No. 9
And that’s a wrap on my gallery! Hanover’s fall beauty is all around.