Views From the Green, May 30, 2017


A gallery of images from around campus - May 30, 2017

The a cappella group the Subleties perform on Baker Lawn
For a recent competition, four Dartmouth a cappella groups, including, here, the Subtleties, performed arrangements of songs by Lady Gaga. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Students explore artwork at the Digital Arts Exhibition
This year’s Digital Arts Exhibition (DAX) toook place on May 25 and featured an array of student projects at the intersection of art and technology. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)
Students examine new additions to the library
Each year, the library acknowledges the contributions of graduating student employees by inviting them to choose a book to add to the collections. At a recent event, Sue Mehrer, dean of libraries (right), looks over the selections and talks with Ran Zhuo ’17 (left) and Priyanka Sivaramakrishnan, MALS ’17. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Students study in the library
Elizabeth Brissie ’17 and Dalton White ’17 have computers and coffee—the essential elements of studying. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Students and faculty work on translating a book from Arabic to English
As James O. Freedman Presidential Scholars, Charlotte Kamin ’18 (left) and Joseph Mears ’18 (right) are working closely with Jonathan Smolin (second from right), an associate professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures, to translate a new novel from Arabic to English. The novel, All That Nonsense, was written by Ezzedine Choukri Fishere (second from left), who is on campus this year as a visiting professor. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
A student presents his project at a computer science presentation
On May 30, the event “Computer Science Unleashed” gave students from several computer science classes the chance to show off some of their work. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)
Baker Lawn on a sunny spring afternoon
Afternoon shadows provide some shade on a sunny spring afternoon. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Eric Fanning meets with students
Eric Fanning ’90, the former Secretary of the Army, talks with students during a recent visit to campus organized by the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences. (Photo by Robert Gill)
A student studies in the library
Lylia Eng ’20 studies during finals week. (Photo by Robert Gill)
President Phil Hanlon ’77 and his wife, Gail Gentes, congratulate the women’s tennis team on winning a share of the Ivy League title. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)