Views From the Green, July 17, 2017

A gallery of images from around campus - July 17, 2017

Students enjoy a summer day on the swimming dock
There aren’t many better places to be on a hot summer day in Hanover than the swim dock on the Connecticut River. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Prospective students receive an introduction to Dartmouth's woodshop
Jeff Georgantes (left), director of the Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio at the Hopkins Center, shows prospective students and their families some of the tools available for students to work with in the studio. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Ken Burns talks at Dartmouth about his documentary on the Vietnam War.
On July 13, fimmaker Ken Burns came to Dartmouth to talk about his new documentary series on the Vietnam War. Following a preview of some highlights from the series, Burns and co-director Lynn Novick took questions from the audience and talked with Edward Miller, an associate professor of history at Dartmouth. (Photo by Rob Strong ’04)
Students enjoy food cooked by the Dartmouth Outing Club at a summer bbq
The Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC) draws a crowd with a summer barbeque in front of Robinson Hall. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)
Salman Rushdie speaks on campus
Acclaimed writer Salman Rushdie was on campus recently as a Montgomery Fellow. On July 14, he gave a public talk titled “Public Events, Private Lives” at Spaulding Auditorium. (Photo by Robert Gill)
A band plays music on the Dartmouth Green
A crowd dances to the music of Cory Ledet and His Zydeco Band during a recent performance on the Green. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)
An admissions tour crosses the Green
An admissions tour crosses the Green under a beautiful blue sky. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)