Views From the Green, 5/16/16

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

  • Senior Art Show in Jaffe-Friede Gallery
  • You Got Framed

    A hanging sculpture created by Jennifer Ontiveros ’16, frames the crowd at the Studio Art Senior Show held in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery in the Hopkins Center. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

  • “The 50”

    After many hours on the trail, Dartmouth Outing Club hikers near completion of “The 50,” a 54-mile hike along the Appalachian Trail from Hanover to Mount Moosilauke. (Photo by David Kotz)

  • Dartmouth Outing Club hikers
  • "The Boston Globe Spotlight" reporters
  • In the Spotlight

    Sacha Pfeiffer (far right) and Michael Rezendes (far left), Boston Globe reporters who broke a story about child sexual abuse by priests in the Boston area and the cover-up by the Catholic Church—the subject of the film Spotlight—participate in a discussion after a showing of the movie in Loew Auditorium. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

  • Cuteness Overload

    Barn Babies, an event organized by the Programming Board, a student-run organization that works to create social events on campus, brought in ducklings, rabbits, kittens, and puppies to Collis as stress relievers for students. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Student studying children at the Montshire Museum
  • Children and Chimpanzees

    As part of Anthropology 12.04, “Your Inner Chimpanzee,” a class taught by Kes Schroer, Lois Aryee ’16 observes how children respond to certain stimulae at the Montshire Museum of Science. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Mascoma Mariners

    Sailing team members Hope Wilson ’16, left, and Emily Petno ’16 enjoy a windy day on Mascoma Lake in Enfield, N.H. (Photo by Robert Gill)

  • Sculture in the Barrows Rotunda
  • Baker Bells Are Ringing

    Built by the Meneely Bell Company of Troy, N.Y., this small keyboard was used to control the Baker Tower Bells until 1979. The bells, which vary in size from 200 to 5,300 pounds, are now controlled remotely via computer.  (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

  • Bell-ringing keyboard