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Jerry Rosembert Moise showcasing his graffiti work in Haiti at Breakfast with the Arts
Leslie Butler is a professor in the history department who recently undertook a year-long writing fellowship funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Before my first Dartmouth winter, I’d seen snow exactly four times. Five if you count the only time it snowed in my lifetime in San Francisco: Dec.
Although more than seven decades have passed since the end of World War II, and Dartmouth College has grown in size, prominence and scope over the past nearly three quarters of a century, some things haven’t changed.
If coming to Dartmouth has taught me anything, it’s that people can quickly change gears to achieve a goal.
Fresh snow covers the ground as the Dartmouth Coach pulls up in front of the Hanover Inn. I step off the bus, grab my suitcase and trek toward my dorm.
Winterim is a beast of a break. At six weeks long, it can feel drawn-out, especially for first-year students coming off of their inaugural 10 week term.
Welcome back to campus. We all return weary from all the reunions that occurred over break: reunions with our high school friends (or avoiding reunions with our former classmates), reunions with family members and reunions with our home selves — less or more wild versions of the person we are at Dartmouth.
Emma Sklarin '18 (right) stands on a Winter Carnival snow sculpture with friends.
History professor Leslie Butler returns to teach after returning from a year-long fellowship.
Cris explores how artists know when to put down their brushes, pens or cameras and walk away from a work of art.
Janice discovers a book of letters from a Dartmouth student who died tragically in 1934. She finds parallels between Dartmouth then and Dartmouth now.
Eliza Jane interviews marathon runners and members of the Dartmouth Triathlon Team to understand their motivations.
Annie talks to English majors and English professor Barbara Will about why the endings of certain literary works haunt people after initial readings.
Zach analyzes the meanings and choices behind senior musicians and their final performances.
Dartmouth's women's rugby team finds that a big part of its success comes from building a community.
For the last time, your three Mirror editors write their editors' note, this time about the "Finales" theme.