Views From the Green in April

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From a solar eclipse to pond skimming, early spring has its enticements—and adventures.

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Students celebrate Eid Al-Fitr.
The Eid Al-Fitr holiday marks the end of Ramadan and the beginning of the new month. The gala, hosted by Al-Nur Muslim Student Organization, includes prayer, performances, food, and more. (Photo by Robert Gill)
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Students celebrate Eid Al-Fitr.
The Eid Al-Fitr holiday marks the end of Ramadan and the beginning of the new month. The gala, hosted by Al-Nur Muslim Student Organization, includes prayer, performances, food, and more. (Photo by Robert Gill)
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Musicians performing music based on the novel Amadoka.
The US premier concert of contemporary ensemble music, based on the novel Amadoka by Sofia Andrukhovych, is an evening of complete immersion into Ukraine’s past and present through music. (Photo by Robert Gill)
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U.S. Navy Band principal bassist Kyle Augustine and double bass faculty Nick Browne with student musicians.
U.S. Navy Band principal bassist Kyle Augustine performs a recital with Dartmouth double bass faculty Nick Browne and an octet of student musicians in the East Reading Room of Baker-Berry Library. (Photo by Robert Gill)
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U.S. Navy Band principal bassist Kyle Augustine and double bass faculty Nick Browne with student musicians.
U.S. Navy Band principal bassist Kyle Augustine, left, performs with Dartmouth double bass faculty Nick Browne and an octet of student musicians in Baker’s East Reading Room. (Photo by Robert Gill)
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People watch the solar eclipse with special glasses
Thousands of community members converged on the Green on April 8 for the near-total solar eclipse. These students were among the many who enjoyed the view. (Photo by Ben Joel ’27)
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People look through a monitor out on the Dartmouth Green
People who came to view the eclipse took photographs of the moon covering the sun via a monitor connected to a telescope. (Photo by Ben Joel ’27)
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98% solar eclipse
As the eclipse took place, the streetlights around the Green came on, the temperature dropped, and a cheer went up for this. (Photo by Ben Joel ’27)
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Dartmouth Engineering professor speaks with children and families
Dartmouth Engineering’s annual Open House for the campus and Upper Valley communities. (Photo by Catha Mayor)
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Theodore Castellani playing banjo
Theodore Castellani ’23 plays banjo outside the sugar house. He led the Sugar Crew in 2022. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
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Valen Nealburk
Valen Nealburk ’25 uses a sap hydrometer to test the density of the syrup during sugaring at the Dartmouth Organic Farm. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
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President Beilock with The D students
President Sian Leah Beilock speaks with members of the executive board of The Dartmouth in her Parkhurst office on Wednesday, April 3. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
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Student in cheetah print completes the pond skim
A student participating in the annual pond skimming fundraiser at the Skiway navigates a landing. The event is organized by the Dartmouth Ski Patrol. (Photo by Beam Lertbunnaphongs ’25)
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Aerial of Dartmouth Skiway pond skim
Onlookers watch skiers tackle the annual pond skimming event at the Dartmouth Skiway. (Photo by Chris Johnson)
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Students study in Reiss Hall.
Students study in Reiss Hall. (Photo by Robert Gill)