Mount Moosilauke Hike: Sept. 26th 9am

Join the Dartmouth Graduate Outing Club as we hike Mount Moosilauke!

We will meet at 9:00 AM at the Vail/Remsen Circle and drive to Mount Moosilauke Lodge, where we will then hike the mountain.

Transportation and lunch is provided for participants. The first 15 people to sign up get a spot on the mini-bus for free! Otherwise, you can certainly drive yourself to the lodge and hike with us. We will also set up carpooling for that.

More details to follow as the date comes closer.

Please Sign Up Here if Interested in Attending!

GSC Fall Formal: Sept. 25th 8-11:30pm

Come and enjoy an evening of dancing and socializing with other graduate students and guests. A photo booth with props will be available for you to capture the moment on customized photo strips. Non-alcoholic beverages and tasty hors d’oeuvres will be provided by Hanover Inn Catering. Beer and wine will be available for purchase at a cash bar.

Gelato & Gile Mountain Night Hike: Sept. 24th 7pm

Dartmouth’s Graduate Christian Fellowship invites any & all grad students to a night of gelato and outdoor adventuring!

We will first partake in the delicious offerings of Hanover’s critically acclaimed gelateria, Morano Gelato. Then, we will hop across the river to beautiful Norwich, where we will hike Gile Mountain and ascend the fire tower under the fall moonlight.

Don’t have a car? No problem! Rides will be provided to & from Norwich!

Poetry Reading with Robert Frost: Sept 24th 6pm

Take an hour break and come read the poetry of Dartmouth’s own Robert Frost by the Robert Frost statue with the Epicurean Society. You are more than welcome to bring a poem to share (the classics are encouraged) or even your own, but there will be a book to read from as well. Don’t know where the statue is? Meet at 5:55pm at the bus stop outside Vail/Remsen/LSC and we’ll walk over together.  For more information, please contact

50 Trees in 50 Minutes: Sept. 24th 5pm

Dartmouth has one of the most unique collections of native trees including the iconic American elm and sugar maples plus many exotics from all over the world as well as a wide range of unique architectural styles!

So, do you want to see and learn to identify the trees that surround you here on one of the most beautiful campus’ in the Northeast? Or learn the location of the most important buildings on campus?

The Dartmouth Graduate Outing Club (DGOC) is hosting a 50 Trees in 50 Minutes Tour of Dartmouth where we will highlight the unique collection its trees and help you learn the location of all the important buildings and places around main campus.

Please Sign Up Here if Interested in Attending!

We look forward to seeing you all!

North Park Wine & Cheese Mixer: Sept. 18th 8-10pm

Do you like wine, cheese, dessert, and good company? If so, then please come and join new and old graduate students in their celebration of the new school year at the annual North Park Wine and Cheese Mixer! We will be serving a variety of wines and cheeses, as well as some champagne, local ice cider, and desserts, throughout the event, so please bring your appetite!

For those of you that are new to the college, this event is completely free, and we just ask that you bring your student ID and another photo ID to ensure that you are over 21 if you plan on having some wine. Also, the event will be held outside this year with 14 North Park Apartment A as the rain location.

**For current North Park residents: A brief thirty minute orientation for North Park residents will precede the mixer, so please try to be in attendance!**

Come ring in the new term with a drink on us!

Dartmoose Hockey: Sept.16th 9-10pm

Dartmoose Hockey is back!  Dartmoose is a co-ed graduate student club that plays weekly organized pick-up hockey at Thompson Arena.  Grad students of all skill levels are welcome; however, beginners are encouraged to learn basic ice-skating before playing.

We charge $10 per player per night. This goes towards renting the arena @ $120/hr. We hope to lower the fee to $5 soon. 

Skates, stick, and helmets with full cages are REQUIRED.  Protective pants, gloves, shin/elbow/shoulder pads all HIGHLY recommended.  Bring a light and dark jersey.

Waiver form must be filled out and turned in to Todd before getting on ice: Thompson Arena Participation Waiver