Fall Is for Foliage

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October is always a colorful time of year on campus.

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Class of 1958 clock
The Dartmouth Class of 1958 clock on South Main Street keeps time with the fall colors in front of Hanover Town Hall. (Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)
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Colorful ivy and trees outside of Wilder Hall
A person on a bench enjoys the colorful ivy and trees outside of Wilder Hall. (Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)
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Pine needles scatters across the walkway at Dartmouth
A student walks toward the pine needles behind Baker-Berry Library. (Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)
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Tree at Dartmouth sheltering a bench

(Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

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Steele, Fairchild, and Wilder Halls behind Thel sculpture
Steele, Fairchild, and Wilder Halls line up as a back drop to Thel , a sculpture by Beverly Pepper. (Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)
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Fall colors reflected in the glass
Autumn hues are reflected in a window on campus. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)
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Bright yellow and green tree on Tuck Drive.
A bright yellow and green tree lights up against a brick façade. (Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)
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Colorful foliage lines up behind Kemeny and Haldeman Halls
Colorful foliage is on display behind Kemeny and Haldeman Halls. (Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)
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A bright yellow elm tree

(Photo by Sophia Scull ’25)