Views From the Green, November 1, 2016

A gallery of images from Dartmouth - November 1, 2016

Fall foliage on the Dartmouth campus
Dartmouth’s favorite color is green, but orange is a close second. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Celebration of Diwali
In late October, Dartmouth held its annual celebration of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Pumpkins on a fence
Pumpkins show off their school spirit. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Author Marlon James speaks at Dartmouth
Marlon James, whose novel A Brief History of Seven Killings won the Man Booker Prize in 2015—the first Jamaican book to receive this honor—read from his work and answered questions on Thursday, Oct. 20, in an event sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities. A Brief History is written in what James calls the “accumulated first person” of characters from all walks of life (and some ghosts), and centers around the attempted assassination of Bob Marley in Kingston in 1976. The narrators’ stories don’t quite add up, James told the audience in Kreindler Auditorium. “A story about the
Women's soccer
Midfielder Remy Borinsky ’19 moves the ball up the field as the women’s soccer team took on Harvard over homecoming weekend. Dartmouth fell 2-0 to the Crimson. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Phi Beta Kappa class
At a recent ceremony, several members of the Class of 2017 were inducted to Phi Beta Kappa. Front row, from L to R: Kate R. Soule (secretary of the Dartmouth chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and a Dartmouth staff member), Brian Chen, Ran Zhuo, Meghana Mishra, Marielle Brady, Abiah Pritchard, Yue Wang, Qi Wei, Yerin Yang, Zhecheng Yao, and Jay Hull (a professor of psychological and brain sciences and vice president of the Dartmouth chapter). Back row from L to R: Keith Walker (a professor of French and Italian Languages and Literatures), Dennis Washburn (the Jane and Raphael Professor in Asian Studies
Thayer students collaborate
Students in the master’s of engineering management program collaborate on a group project at Thayer. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Football team versus Harvard
Hunter Hagdorn ’20 tries to slip out of the grasp of a Harvard player in the homecoming game. Dartmouth lost 23-21. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)
Student plays Baker Tower bells
Jefferey Mentch, a graduate student in digital musics, plays the keyboard that programs the Baker Tower bells. The installation of this system was part of a recent restoration project. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)