For Dartmouth seniors, the end of April brings more than just mid-term examinations and excursions to the baseball diamond: it also means the announcement of the June commencement speaker. 158 more words
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If you read my post about Vermont, there will be a lot of similarities here today when we talk about New Hampshire. New Hampshire is also small in both size and population (5th smallest, 9th least populous state), and is also known for its rugged, mountainous beauty (particularly in the autumn). 655 more words
One of the many gems of the Dartmouth campus is the Rauner Special Collections Library. Completed during a 1998 renovation to Webster Hall, Rauner is home to over 120,000 books and objects deemed too rare to be placed in the stacks of nearby Baker-Berry. 161 more words
When you play the Game of Cones, you win or you die.
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3 – 4 months, 30+ states, and 42 universities all add up to one hell of a road trip! I am leaving today on a grand tour of the US, with a focus on exploring some of their most notable (and least notable) colleges and universities. 105 more words