Undergraduates Arrive for Winter Term

Move-in for winter term took place on a slushy, snowy Saturday and chilly Sunday, with undergraduate students arriving during pre-assigned timeslots throughout the weekend. Their first stop was Leverone Field House, for COVID-19 testing and to pick up their dorm keys and colored wrist bands indicating which day they had arrived. Then, they stopped at dining stations in their residence halls for grab-and-go meals and made their way to their rooms, toting suitcases, duffel bags, and cardboard boxes. In the process, they connected with friends and classmates. (Photos by Eli Burakian ’00)

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Ryan Penney '24 makes a trip to his room, while his father unpacks the car.
Ryan Penney ’24 makes a trip to his room, while his father unpacks the car.
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Catherine Trusky '24 and Alissa Amorim '24 move a refrigerator into their dorm room.
Catherine Trusky ’24 and Alissa Amorim ’24 move a refrigerator into their dorm room.
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Hanna Michelson '23R carries her belongings toward her residence hall.
Hanna Michelson ’23 carries her belongings toward her residence hall.
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Ethan Hong '23 and Miles Harris '23 socialize outside the doors of the residence halls.
Ethan Hong ’23 and Miles Harris ’23 socialize outside the doors of the residence halls. Hong and Harris met for the first time on Saturday.
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Students disembark from Dartmouth Coach outside Leverone Field House.
Students disembark from Dartmouth Coach outside Leverone Field House.
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Pam Duffy gives a key to a student in Leverone Field House.
Pam Duffy, the administrative assistant for West House and Living Learning Communities, gives a key to a student in Leverone Field House.
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Vania Ding '23 poses in her doorway in Lord Hall.
Vania Ding ’23 poses in her doorway.
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Students in Leverone, waiting to pick up room keys and wrist bands.
Students wait in line in Leverone Field House to get their room keys and wrist bands.