Haley Gordon


Courtesy of Haley Gordon


Through The Looking Glass: In Defense Of The Comfort Zone

When I walked away from my parents on Robinson Hall’s lawn for Dartmouth Outing Club First-Year Trips, laden with a heavy backpack leftover from my father’s Eagle Scout days and several items of mild contraband, I knew that I wouldn’t be talking for a while.

The Dartmouth Rude Mechanicals produce one Shakespearean show a term.


Review: Rude Mechanicals tackle 'Richard III' in spring show

Nestled in between the parties hosted on Webster Avenue and the first-year family activities hosted by the College, the Dartmouth Rude Mechanicals performed an abridged conception of “Richard III” to an audience comprised of students and curious visiting parents in House Center B. The choice of tragedy presents an immediate challenge to an 11-member performance group: How to appropriately cast the show so that all of the central characters can be represented in the clearest light, without over-simplifying the plot.


Remy leaves Judicial Affairs

Former Judicial Affairs director Leigh Remy ended her 17 year career with the College on July 15. She will start in academic affairs at Florida Atlantic University this fall.

Lou's is a popular spot for brunch.


Guide to off-campus dining: rankings of popular spots

Although Foco will seem like paradise the first few weeks of freshman fall, the novelty will soomn wear off, and you wil inevitably grow tired of DDS. Thankfully, despite its small size, Hanover and the surrounding area boast an impressive array of food options.

Marina Massidda ’17 is a studio art major who focuses on oil painting.


Student Spotlight: Artist Marina Massidda '17

Marina Massidda ’17 formally began taking art classes at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston when she was in her early teens, following a childhood filled with informal artistic pursuits. Now, Massidda is a studio arts major specializing in oil painting and plans to pursue a career in painting.