Views From the Green, Spring 2015

Views From the Green documents daily activities at Dartmouth. For more photos from the current term, see the spring 2015 album on Flickr, or view the entire collection of past Views From the Green albums.

  • Slacker

    Gunnar Pope, a master's student at Thayer School of Engineering, walks along a slackline on one of the spring term's first warm days. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Etched in Time

    Bartlett Tower, which stands 71 feet high and was built between 1885 and 1895, was originally created to replace the Lone Pine. The inside is marked by more than a century's worth of etchings by students. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • A Clear Focus

    Taylor Ng ’17 prepares to return a ball during a match against Penn. Both Ng and Dartmouth as a team won. (Photo by Josh Renaud ’17)

  • Model Students

    High school students participate in a Model UN conference DartMUN held on the Dartmouth campus. (Photo by Josh Renaud ’17)

  • Spring?

    Less than a week after the most recent snowfall, students basked in sunshine on the Green, welcoming a long-awaited spring. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Banjo Man

    A student takes advantage of the warming weather to play some banjo on the Green. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Handmade Cinema

    Jodie Mack, an assistant professor of film and media studies, talks to a student in the Book Arts Workshop as part of her course “Handmade Cinema.” The class learned to create designs that are transferred directly to film strips. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Thin Ice

    After a long winter, the ice on the Connecticut River is finally breaking up. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Wind Up

    Mike Concato ’17 winds up to pitch in a game against Cornell on Saturday, April 4. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

  • Sugar Makers

    Dartmouth's student-run sugaring operation taps approximately 120 sugar maples in the woods adjacent to the Dartmouth Organic Farm. Marshall Wilson ’17 and Kasia Kready ’17 check the evaporator to make sure the boiling sap doesn’t overflow. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)