East coast or west coast?
Josephine Kim: West coast.
Christina Baris ’22: East coast for sure.
Sarah Alpert ’21: East coast all the way. I need my four seasons.
Yuna Kim ’22: West coast for sure.
Novi Zhukovsky ’22: East coast.
Nikhita Hingorani ’21: Neither. South coast!
Divya Kopalle ’21: West coast because we all know I’ve been here too long.
What’s your favorite view at Dartmouth?
JK: Occom Pond.
CB: There are so many pretty places on campus, but honestly my favorite view is my friends. Is that too cheesy?
SA: From the center window in the Tower Room out onto the Green.
YK: This is a little outside Dartmouth, but biking around Hanover is absolutely gorgeous.
NZ: A short KAF line.
NH: The view of campus from fourth floor Fairchild.
DK: Short KAF line lol.
What is your dream travel destination?
SA: All of Italy!
YK: So many places, but the next place I want to go to is Amsterdam!
NZ: The Maldives, but the islands are slowly sinking because of climate change. Hopefully I’ll be able to make it before they totally disappear!
NH: Mykonos. Or Hawaii. Huge island gal.
Would you rather be nearsighted or farsighted?
JK: Nearsighted, no one can see that far away anyways, right?
CB: I’m already extremely nearsighted, so I guess I’ll stick with that?
SA: Nearsighted, not that I have much of a choice in the matter. This way I can rock contacts or glasses and it feels almost fashion-y, even if I’m actually slave to my eyes drying out or squinting till I get a headache.
YK: Probably nearsighted, as I am now.
NZ: Nearsighted because otherwise I wouldn’t be able to see when I read or write.
NH: Farsighted. I hate waking up and not being able to see anything clearly.
What’s your favorite weird snack combo?
JK: Popcorn with olive oil and pink himalayan salt with dark chocolate.
CB: Popcorn and chocolate-covered cookie dough bites — best movie-watching snack.
SA: Chocolate-dipped pretzels dipped into peanut butter … less weird than innovative.
YK: Cheese and chocolate ... is that weird?
NZ: Mozzarella cheese sticks with mustard.
NH: Hot Cheetos and cream cheese. Don’t knock it ’til you try it.
DK: Peanut butter on hash brown sticks is surprisingly good at Foco brunch.
Where’s the furthest you’ve been from home?
JK: Cusco, Peru.
CB: Milan, Italy.
YK: Visiting Korea! Although Korea does feel like a second home.
NZ: The Middle East, probably.
NH: Johannesburg, South Africa.
DK: I went to West Leb once.
What’s one thing on your Dartmouth bucket list that you haven’t been able to do yet?
JK: Water activities in the lake or river.
CB: Ahh! So many things I’ve yet to do! Definitely want to take advantage of the New Hampshire fall and go on a hike during peak foliage.
SA: Any of the challenges!
YK: The 50 ... we’ll see if it actually even happens, though.
NZ: Polar Plunge!
NH: Go on an actual sunrike. Whenever I’ve tried to go on one in the past, the weather would never be cooperative, so I would get to the top of a mountain only to be greeted by a sad, cloudy sky. Hopefully I’ll have a successful one this summer.
DK: Go on a DOC hike.