Veronica ('22) is a writer for The Dartmouth. She is from Maui, Hawaii, and is majoring in English and government. She is also on the cross country and track teams.
Programming Board, Collis Governing Board and various fraternities and sororities are hosting concerts throughout the much-anticipated Green Key weekend.
By branching out to different venues, the DJ collective has grown tremendously, providing a space for artists to explore music and intersecting styles.
The Emmy-winning filmmaker documents the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on a New York City hospital.
Music ensembles offer performance options at various levels of commitment and experience.
HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot is sure to attract new viewers while including just enough nostalgia to bring back former fans.
On Tuesday, late night talk show host and political satirist Trevor Noah joined over 1,800 Dartmouth students, faculty and staff for a discussion on issues ranging from COVID-19 to racial politics to social media.
On Thursday, Hop@Home held its first events of the academic year. The fall kick-off saw two pairs of alumni take the (virtual) stage. Oscar-winning animators Phil Lord ’97 and Chris Miller ’97 participated in a live chat, and twins Angel and Dren Coleman ’13 DJed the event.
Children all over the country have been stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many of them might not fully understand the reasoning for this quarantine. While this virus might seem daunting to explain for some, Hannah Margolis ’20 saw the pandemic as an exciting opportunity for science education.