Views From the Green, Oct. 10, 2018


A gallery of images from around campus - Oct. 10, 2018

A rugby player runs down the field
Emily Henrich ’22 carries the ball as the women’s rugby team defeated Harvard 55-13 in their fourth game of the season. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)
Kelly Ayotte speaks to students in a Dartmouth class
In September, Kelly Ayotte visited the class “Gender and War,” taught by Professor Lisa Baldez. Ayotte served as a U.S. Senator from New Hampshire from 2011–2016 and is the Rockefeller Center’s 2018 Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitor. (Photo by Yanling Lei ’21)
Students hike up Franconia Ridge in the White Mountains
Students in the Dartmouth Outing Club’s Cabin and Trails group hike along Franconia Ridge in the White Mountains. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)
The winners of the Neukom Literary Awards
In a ceremony held on Oct. 1, the Neukom Institute honored the winners of its inaugural Literary Arts Awards. From left, novelist Maria Dahvana Headley, the principal judge for this year’s awards; Juan Martinez, author of Best Worst American, which won for debut speculative fiction; Corinne Duyvis, author of On the Edge of Gone, co-winner of the open category; Lavie Tidhar, author of Central Station, co-winner of the open category; and Professor Dan Rockmore, director of the Neukom Institute. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
A soccer player winds up to kick the ball.
Yima Asom ’19 moves the ball forward in a game against UNH. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)
Students make dinner
Shishir Adhikari ’21 teaches Emma Esterman ’20 and Makena Kauhane ’19 how to make Nepali Dumplings at the Sustainable Living Center, one of the Living Learning Communities. (Photo by Kevin Yang ’20)
Students hike down a trail at Mount Ascutney
Carly Tymm ’20, Katherine Kane ’20, and Phoebe Cunningham ’20 make their way down a trail at Mount Ascutney. (Photo by Kevin Yang ’20)
A field hockey player races after the ball
Gracyn Campbell ’22 races an opponent to the ball in a field hockey game against Brown. The Big Green won the game 4–2. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)
A student works with a librarian at Rauner Library
Caroline Cook ’21, the library’s historical accountability fellow, works with Jay Satterfield, the head of special collections, on research into Hannah Croasdale, who in 1968 became the first female faculty member to gain tenure at the College. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
The quarterback throws a pass
In a 37–14 victory against Penn, quarterback Derek Kyler ’21 throws a pass to Hunter Hagdorn ’20. (Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19)