Student Mindfulness Group Meeting: Thursday, December 8 at 7:30 pm!

Please come join the Student Mindfulness Group for some relaxation and meditation every Thursday and Sunday night from 7:30-8:00 pm in the meditation room in North Fairbanks (enter through the green door behind Mass Hall). If you would like to be added to our email list just contact either Lucas Lwiel ( or the group directly:

Look forward to seeing you all there!

Winter Waltz and Cookie Exchange on December 3rd!

Excited for the holidays and want to share your joy? Then come to the Winter Waltz and Cookie Exchange at the DOC House on December 3rd. Join us at 7pm for a social with a plentiful selection of holiday cookies, lots of piping hot cocoa, and company plus a beginner waltz lesson at 8pm lead by a professional dance instructor; no partner required.

So perk up your intersession and come join us on the 3rd! For comments or questions, please email Perry Scheetz at (Cookie donations are always welcome, and email Perry if you would like to be part of the baking process. Waltzing is also optional; please feel free to watch the lesson while eating cookies and drinking cocoa).

This event is co-hosted by the Dartmouth Graduate Society of Epicureans, GSAC, and NPAC! We hope to see you there!

North Park Brunch on November 13th!

After a lengthy hiatus, Sunday Brunch is back! Relax at a low key brunch Sunday, November 13th, at 14 North Park Street Apt A, from 11-1 pm. Food and drinks will be provided, so just bring yourself (unless you feel inspired to bring a dish to share)! Please sign up via the google doc link below so there is enough food for everyone. For questions and comments, please email the North Park Activities Coordinator at The menu is listed in the link in case you’re interested, and suggestions are always welcome!

End of Fall Wine and Dine on Saturday, November 12th!

Come celebrate (getting close) to the end of the Fall Term with fellow graduate students, and don’t miss the chance to say goodbye to our MEM ’17s who will be leaving after completing their program this term! Good food, beer and wine and even better company awaits! Come one and all. 

STEPS Science Policy Mini Conference on November 12th!

STEPS is hosting a “Mini Conference” on science policy! With help from the Astronomy Department, GSC, and, the Dickey Center, we will have two exciting speakers give talks on what it is like to work in the field of science policy. Each talk will last 90 mins including at least 30 mins of discussion time. There will be a catered networking lunch provided between the speakers.

Please RSVP through Facebook or by emailing!

Relaxation: Coloring with Kerry on November 10th!

Feeling stressed out? Need a break from work? Then come and relax with your graduate student friends for a fun evening of coloring with Assistant Dean Kerry Landers at 14 North Park Street Apt A from 7-9 pm on Thursday, November 10th. Coloring books, crayons/colored pencils, hot tea, and snacks will be available. Some choice wines will also be available for consumption for students over 21 years of age. Additional arts and crafts, to be shared or worked on separately, are also welcome at this event (*no glitter though). Please direct questions and comments to the North Park Activities Coordinator at We hope to see you there!

Winter Clothing Drive

Please donate winter clothing and winter shoes/boots to be distributed to 
students who need them to get through the winter. Please only CLEAN OR NEW 
(please!) adult-sized gently used winter coats, sweaters, mittens, gloves, 
hats, scarves and boots to the Dartmouth College Department of Safety and 
Security (DoSS- 603-646-4000) Any questions, please call or e-mail Rebel Lynn 
Roberts ( of DoSS.Donations accepted through 
November 10, 2016. Thank you!

STEPS November Journal Club Lunch

STEPS is hosting their monthly lunch series Tuesday, November 8th. This month will be a journal club discussion of the Dakota Access Pipeline and the future of the fossil fuel industry. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP. Please RSVP through Facebook, or by emailing The articles for discussion are posted on the Facebook event, or by email request.