Views From the Green, Winter 2016

Views From the Green documents daily activities at Dartmouth. For more photos from the current term, see the winter 2016 album on Flickr, or view the entire collection of past Views From the Green albums.

  • Snow Play

    Although the snow has been light by New Hampshire standards, there was still enough to make a snowman. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

  • Students building a snowman
  • Rand Paul speaking
  • Candlelight on the Green

    At dusk on Monday, Jan. 18, community members took part in a candlelight vigil, singing as they walked across campus from the Shabazz Center for Intellectual Inquiry to the Hopkins Center. (Photo by Robert Gill)

  •  New Yorker writer Hendrik Hertzberg and Brendan Nyhan,
  • Political Pundits

    On the day after the Iowa caucuses, New Yorker writer Hendrik Hertzberg (right) and Brendan Nyhan, an assistant professor of government, discuss the presidential election in Filene Auditorium. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Busy Berry

    Students walk, talk, study, and relax on a busy day in the library. (Photo by Corinne Arndt Girouard )

  • Students walk, talk, study, and relax on a busy day in the library. (Photo by Corinne Arndt Girouard )
  • Carl Hesler ’18 attacks the goal in a 2-0 victory over Princeton. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)
  • A Conversation with Zadie Smith

    Zadie Smith, the author of The Autograph Man, among other books, takes time to sign an autograph herself after a discussion of her work. (Photo by Robert Gill) 

  • Zadie Smith, the author of The Autograph Man
  • Austen Robinson ’19 shakes hands with Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush
  • Meet and Greet

    Austen Robinson ’19 shakes hands with Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush at a campaign event on campus. (Photo by Robert Gill)

  • Election Analysis

    Madeline Cooper ’16, president of Dartmouth College Democrats, is interviewed for a segment on Vermont Public Radio's show "Vermont Edition" about the 2016 presidential election. (Photo by Robert Gill)

  • Madeline Cooper ’16, president of Dartmouth College Democrats, is interviewed for a segment on Vermont Public Radio's show  "Vermont Edition" about the 2016 presidential election.