Jea Mo

Jea ('24) is a Mirror and arts reporter for The Dartmouth. Hailing from Amherst, Massachusetts, and Seoul, South Korea, she believes she is set on majoring in English and creative writing at Dartmouth. She is obsessed with writing fiction, studying video games, playing the piano and spending time with her 8-year-old Schnauzer.


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Christmas from a Distance: Students Prepare for an Altered Holiday Season

Whether gathering with extended family around dishes of turkey and pie during Thanksgiving, piling on a couch with friends to watch “Home Alone” or excitedly embarking on a New Year’s vacation, many people eagerly anticipate the joys of the holiday season. The winter months are usually an ideal time to reunite with friends and family and reflect on the past year.

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From the Other Side (of the Globe)

For international ’24s, dealing with time zone differences, worrying about getting to know people over a screen and struggling to make club meetings were certainly unexpected occurrences this fall. I, for one, never pictured myself dealing with a 13-hour time difference and attending office hours at four in the morning while taking classes in Seoul, South Korea.