Views From the Green, October 17, 2016


A gallery of images from Dartmouth - October 17, 2016

pianist Jeremy Denk with student
Pianist Jeremy Denk, a past winner of the MacArthur “genius” award, was on campus recently as a guest of the Hopkins Center. While here, he worked with student performers, including Matthew Tso ’19, coaching them on their technique. Tso played Schubert’s Sonata in A minor, D 784, first movement. (Photo by Robert Gill)
outdoor classroom in fall
On a warm fall day, David LaGuardia, a professor of French and Comparative Literature, took his class on the Renaissance outside. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Boxing class
For a recent session of his class “African Popular Culture: Violence and Aesthetics,” Professor Jesse Shipley invited boxers Melissa St. Vil and Ronica Jeffrey to lead the class in an intellectual (and physical) workout. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Apple Crunch
As part of an annual discussion of food and food policy, local orchards supply apples for a celebration of Food Day. Here, Ha’aheo Hanohano ’19, Michelle Wang ’19, and Julia Jackson ’19 sample the apples. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary
On Monday, Oct. 17, President Bill Clinton came to campus to stump for his wife, Hillary Clinton. “You’ve got a chance to be part of something,” he told the large audience gathered in Alumni Hall. Read more about his visit. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
United Way campaign committee
Leaders of Dartmouth’s 2016 United Way campaign gathered recently to kick off the effort, which aims to raise $275,500 over the next two months. Read more about the campaign. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Needless to say, fall isn’t such a bad time of year here. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Solar Tracker
Work started recently on a project to install solar panels near Moore Hall, part of an effort to increase the campus’s use of renewable energy. Read more about the project. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Dan Reicher '78 Lecture
On Friday, Oct. 14, Dan Reicher ’78 came to campus for the first event sponsored by the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society. Reicher, the executive director of the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University, discussed the future of energy. “Forty-eight trillion dollars is what we are going to spend on energy between now and 2035,” he said. “How we spend those dollars ... is going to have a lot to say about what the energy future looks like.” Read more about his visit. (Photo by Robert Gill)
James Nachtwey in Oviedo, Spain
Photographer and provostial fellow James Nachtwey ’70 received Spain’s Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities in a ceremony on Oct. 21. In presenting the award, Spanish King Filipe VI called Nachtwey’s work “noble.” Nachtwey is pictured entering the Campoamor Theatre where the awards ceremony was held. (Photo by Daniel Mora, courtesy of the Princess of Asturias Foundation)