From Powwow competitions to commencement’s bagpipe procession, Dartmouth students share what it is that makes spring spring at Dartmouth.
Last I left you, I was discussing my college checklist and how I ended up applying to Dartmouth on a whim.
The end of winter brings outdoor concerts, and longer, warmers days to spend time outside enjoying our natural campus environment.
Spring provides a backdrop of competition and recreation through intramural, club, and intercollegiate athletic teams, including the co-ed Dartmouth cycling club team.
In late April, the campus celebrates PRIDE Week, Dartmouth Hall is illuminated in rainbow colors, and the community promotes awareness and provides opportunites to encourage inclusion and discussion through celebration.
The Dartmouth Organic Farm holds a new—and tasty—fascination in every season. When spring arrives and the energy is as fresh as the crabapple blossoms, one of those lures is the making of maple syrup. The Dartmouth Sugar Crew will teach you to tap trees, boil sap, and make an A-list maple sugar crepe. And they’ll throw in some hot apple cider to sweeten the deal.
The annual Dartmouth Powwow celebrates Native culture at Dartmouth with music, Native American Dances, arts, and crafts.
In 1770, determined to bring his school to New Hampshire, Eleazar Wheelock toured various towns and chose the township of Hanover for its contiguous land that it offered him, more than any other spot.
Your favorite study space might end up being a cozy nook in Baker Library, or a community space in your residence hall, but, once spring is in the air, an outside study space may become your new favorite
Taylor Ng ’17 of the women’s tennis team won this year’s Kenneth Archibald Prize.
More than 50 students will show their digital artwork at DAX 2017 on May 25.
Native American dancing, drumming and authentic foods will grace the Green on May 13 and 14.