To Summer Hammond ’17, happiness was incomplete unless those around her felt it too.
In the past week, the men’s and women’s tennis teams were honored as Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic teams and the men’s and women’s track and field program was recognized as a U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic team. Seven members of the sailing team were also honored.
All summer long, herds of high school students fill College sporting facilities, dorms, dining halls and crosswalks as they participate in numerous athletic summer camps held on campus.
A self-described late bloomer, Kristen Rumley ’15 never imagined pitching in college. After initially starting her athletic career in soccer, Rumley switched over to softball at the age of seven and fell in love with a sport that would be deeply ingrained in the next decade and a half of her life.
Three members of the women’s golf team, Jane Lee ’15, Lily Morrison ’16 and Jessica Kittelberger ’18, were named to the Collegiate Golf All-American Scholar team.
The Dartmouth sat down with Donald Claflin jewelry studio director Jeff Georgantes to talk about how the studio operates over the summer and what makes the space unique.
Voices of 15X or VoX, directed by Jessica King-Fredel ’17 and Kalie Marsicano ‘17, will be a gender- inclusive production of students bearing their souls to their peers.
The Dartmouth Film Society, which chooses and oversees many of the films screened at the Hopkins Center, has two main programs: the Hop Film Program, which screens a variety of films, and the Dartmouth film series. The latter screens films that follow a predetermined theme, including time periods, genres, or nationalities. The Dartmouth sat down with Johanna Evans ’10, director of the Dartmouth Film Society, to find out more about the society and its summer programming.
Next Tuesday, students and community members will get a taste of the eclectic offerings of the musical group “Pink Martini”. The group, founded by Thomas Lauderdale in 1994, is a self-described “little orchestra.” Classical, Latin, jazz and classical pop all influence the group’s work. The Dartmouth sat down with China Forbes, one of the band’s lead vocalists, to discuss her experience in the group.
I added two new items to my desk collection this past week, at least until I can find them a more permanent home.
I really don’t like crowds. Walking through the dark side of FoCo gives me social anxiety. My walking routes are planned by their level of visibility. But I study in Baker Lobby, and sometimes I wait in the KAF line without my phone to test myself. I guess you could say I’m a bit of a masochist.
Summer is that special term in which the entire sophomore class gets to bond because there are no other students. Or are there? We asked several non-’17s on campus what it’s like to be in Hanover during sophomore summer.
We’ve come a long way in the two years since Dartmouth Outing Club’s First Year Trips, orientation week and that fateful Sunday when we shook College President Phil Hanlon’s hand and began our Dartmouth careers. Remember when our first friends at Dartmouth were trippees or teammates? Those many evenings we spent with our undergraduate advisors and floormates?