Views From the Green, 4/25/16

Views From the Green provides a glimpse of life at Dartmouth. For more photos, view the collection of past Views From the Green albums.

  • Rapid Descent

    Lydia Blanchet ’19 of Anchorage, Alaska, competes in the Mascoma Slalom in Lebanon, N.H. The race has run every year since 1963 and is the oldest consecutively run slalom race in the country. Dartmouth's Ledyard Canoe Club hangs temporary gates on the Mascoma River and lays out the course. (Photo by Herb Swanson)

  • Painted with PRIDE

    Dartmouth Hall is lit with a rainbow of colors in honor of PRIDE week. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

  • Sidewalk Shadows

    People walk along the pathway in front of Baker-Berry Library. The photo was taken from Baker Tower. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • The Long View

    Deimosa Webber-Bay ’00 takes in the view from Baker Tower. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • “My Library Was Dukedom Large Enough”

    Seven years after William Shakespeare’s death in 1616, two actors from his King’s Men Troupe compiled his greatest plays into a collection known as the First Folio—36 plays, from The Tempest to Cymbeline. Dartmouth’s copy of this rare book is the second-most requested book at Rauner Special Collections Library. (Photo by Robert Gill)