Solenne ('24) is a writer for the Mirror. She is from New York City and is interested in environmental studies and quantitative social science. On campus, she's a member of the club triathlon team and the policy debate team.
The world of fast fashion promotes the mass-consumption of trends for students at Dartmouth and for young people everywhere.
COVID-19 has shaped the Class of 2021’s experience at Dartmouth; events of similar global significance, including the Vietnam War, both World Wars and apartheid, defined past students’ time in Hanover.
In the absence of upperclassmen influences, freshmen experience a different Dartmouth than the classes before them.
Professors reveal what they miss most about in-person classes.
Whether you love or hate the D-Plan, Dartmouth’s academic calendar makes it possible for students to travel widely throughout their time in college. Many students cite their study abroad program as the highlight of their Dartmouth experience, and some spend entire years traveling to different countries. Dennis Washburn, associate dean for international studies and interdisciplinary programs, previously called study abroad programs “the jewel in the crown of Dartmouth’s undergraduate education.” These popular programs are a key advantage of the College’s liberal arts curriculum and flexible academic schedule.
Each year, Dartmouth puts on a celebration for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, hosting programs that relate social and racial justice to work done at the College. After a year that laid bare racial inequities in American society, this week’s events took on a renewed sense of importance.