‘Unbelievable Beasts’: Scenes From Winter Carnival

Winter carnival featured one of the tallest and longest snow sculptures in recent years—a sea monster rising from a snowy Green. Ice sculptors competed for prizes, and snowshoe racers and human dog sledders vied for bragging rights. There were 99-cent lift tickets at the Skiway, a community party at Occom Pond, a parade by the Dartmouth marching band, and, at the Hop, the musical Winter WhingDing. (Photos by Eli Burakian ’00, Robert Gill, and Seamore Zhu ’19, Thayer ’20)    

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A large snow sculpture of the lochness monster on the Dartmouth green
Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
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Dartmouth student works on large snow sculpture in front of Baker-Berry Library
Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
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Students work on ice sculpture at Dartmouth
Photograph by Seamore Zhu ’19
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Students work on ice sculpture at Dartmouth
Photo by Seamore Zhu ’19
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Dartmouth student gazes through hole in ice sculpture
Photograph by Robert Gill
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Band plays at Dartmouth winter carnival
Photograph by Eli Burakian ’00
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Students run in a snowshoe race at Dartmouth Winter Carnival
Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
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Students carve an ice sculpture at Dartmouth winter carnival
Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
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Students snowboarding on the Dartmouth skiway
Photograph by Robert Gill
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Students singing at Dartmouth Whingding during winter carnival
Photograph by Seamore Zhu ’19
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Students dance at Winter Whingding during Winter carnival
Photograph by Seamore Zhu ’19