Below is a list of all blog posts from the People Places Pines blog by Dartmouth College.
I'm not a chef, but I can try.
The Green is a lovely place, but the farmer's market makes it even lovelier.
You can imagine my happiness when one of my friends forwarded an email with the subject: HOT POT DINNER @ International Cafe — RSVPs needed.
I argue that Collis pasta is the best thing to happen to Dartmouth Dining Services (DDS) since Foco cookies.
All of Dartmouth's libraries are filled with books from all over the world, where students can sit on beautiful furniture and partake in their studies in a dignified setting. But for me, my favorite part of any of the libraries is KAF.
Don't get me wrong, I've loved making my own lunch salad and hosting dinner parties with my friends during the break, but with classes starting again and the snow building, I definitely need a warm meal I can just sit down for.
Sometimes I crave homemade Chinese food, which was part of my daily life for 18 years. Luckily, the Dartmouth Chinese Culture Society and the Office of Pluralism and Leadership Asian American Mentoring Program organized a dumpling making event!
Here are some tips on how you can take control of what and how you're eating during the winterim!
As I type this, I'm sitting in the Baker-Berry library lobby waiting for King Arthur Flour Cafe (KAF) to open. So, dear readers, here is a dissertation on some of students' favorite coffee locations on campus.