Snapshot of Spring
Spring is here!
That means warmer weather (always a treat!), longer days, and for most first-years, the home stretch before we conclude our first year at Dartmouth! It’s simply amazing how time flies… it seems not so long ago that I was hiking the woods of New Hampshire on my first year DOC trip, signing up for my first classes, and enjoying the beautiful fall foliage.
So as we say goodbye to our weekly trips to Dartmouth’s ski-way and the beautiful snow, we find ourselves playing catch-ball on the Green:
Some things never change… like the weekly laundry runs!
The clubs and extracurricular meetings…
The discussions and homework sessions in the floor common rooms...
... and of course, the amazing floormates and Undergraduate Advisors that welcome you back home every day!
The occasional brunch at the Pine Restaurant…
And of course, the squeeze of 19S classes…
as seen through (sometimes) long nights in one of Dartmouth's many beautiful libraries:
But some things do change, like our beautiful campus that grows greener every day….
….Ready to welcome what I think is the most wonderful change of all:
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