Views From the Green, Feb. 7, 2018


A gallery of images from around campus - Feb. 7, 2018

Baker Tower at night
Baker Tower stands illuminated against a deep blue winter sky. (Photo by Yi Fei Yan ’20)
Enrico Riley
Enrico Riley, an associate professor of studio art, works with students in a studio art class. (Photo by Robert Gill)
A student toasts a marshmallow over a fire
Isabella Caruso ’17, a teaching science fellow in chemistry, toasts a marshmallow over a campfire outside Robinson Hall. (Photo by Robert Gill)
Students study in Fairchild Hall
Students study under the globe in the atrium in Fairchild Hall. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Students in a Spanish class
Students in a Spanish class write captions to comics. The course, “Drawn to Resist: Latin American Comics With Liniers,” is being taught by Argentinian cartoonist Ricardo Liniers Siri, who uses the name “Liniers” for his work. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Students play in the snow
Two students romp in the snow. (Photo by Kevin Yang ’20)
Wheelock Street
The sun shines on a snowy day. (Photo by Robert Gill)
A graduate student conducts research
Braden Elliott, a gradutate student, prepares soil samples for a process to remove phytoliths—small mineral particles found in plants. The types and quantity of phytoliths allow Elliott to learn more about the vegetation at a specific location. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
Dartmouth Row at night
Sometimes the dreariest days create the most mystical light. In this case, it’s the glow from a passing car that illuminates the mist outside Dartmouth Row. (Photo by Kevin Yang ’20)
Studying in the library
A student studies in Kresge Physical Sciences Library. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
A student and staff member work at the Hopkins Center
Rory Schadler ’21 and Janine Thoma, a staff member at the Hopkins Center, work on a set for an upcoming production. (Photo by Robert Gill)