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The first group project of ENGS 12 requires students to work in groups to construct a rollercoaster out of foamboard.

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Quintessential Dartmouth Classes

August 30, 2019 2:10am

As a new freshman class arrives to campus every year, students come bearing differing academic visions for their next four years at Dartmouth: some pre-med, some engineering, some humanities, others perhaps more focused on languages or social sciences. However, many — like me — come to Dartmouth their freshman fall knowing next to nothing about what to pursue academically or professionally.


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TTLG: The Myth of the Ugly Duckling

August 30, 2019 2:05am

Freshman orientation: For most, it’s a time of awkward introductions, forced smiles, getting lost and, if you’re lucky, the feeling that you might just have met someone who could be your new best friend.


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Summer Fling: Sophomores explore passions

July 26, 2019 2:05am

They say sophomore summer is different from all other terms — and it’s true. From June to August, Dartmouth students swim more, tan more, eat more farmer’s market kettle corn and in some cases, sing, dance and laugh a lot more than any other term.


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Lest the Old Traditions Fade: Remembering Tubestock

July 12, 2019 2:30am

Picture the river jammed bank to bank with rafts and tubes, your entire class drunkenly drifting downstream in a jumble of swimsuits, abandoned flipflops and floating kegs of beer. That is Tubestock, sophomore summer’s long lost “big weekend” tradition — and you’ll never see anything like it again.


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Cabin and Trail Plans “CnTennial” Celebration

July 12, 2019 2:30am

Amidst so much change, Cabin and Trail, a sub-club of the Dartmouth Outing Club, has remained, helping many students find meaning, continuity and lasting friendships during their time at Dartmouth. The organization’s hundredth birthday is approaching.