Shows at the Hop 19S

West House has available free tickets for House members to attend a number of world-class performances at the Hopkins Center each term. Please see below the list of upcoming performances for the current term. If you’d like tickets, please contact House Administrator Pamela Duffy at Pamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.
Wed Apr 03 2019 – 7:00 PM
Grammy-nominated jazz singer poised for greatness, with titanic vocal skills and creative drive.
Fri Apr 05 2019 – 8:00 PM
A vivid survey of love and resilience in the African diaspora by award-winning “force of nature” (NYT) choreographer and her company.

Wed Apr 10 2019 – 7:00 PM
Handel’s sparkling opera of divine lust and rage, by a premiere Baroque orchestra joined by stellar soloists.
Tue Apr 16 2019 – 5:00 PM
Hop’s latest STEM Arts composer shares work looking at the forests that existed on and beyond Dartmouth grounds before the arrival of Europeans.
Thu Apr 25 2019 – 7:00 PM
A great Schubert interpreters reveals the unforced lyricism, emotional depth and technical brilliance of three of his piano sonatas.
Sun Apr 28 2019 – 2:00 PM
Uplifting music offering universal messages of faith, love and inspiration, with guest soloists and accompanied by a full band.
Thu May 02 2019 – 7:00 PM
Masterful solo show by renowned Quebec artist tugs the heart strings while craftily deploying peerless circus skills.
Sat May 04 2019 – 8:00 PM
Concert band music sees the world through children’s eyes, and premieres a work by a student composer.
Sun May 05 2019 – 2:00 PM
Old and new masterworks of choral-orchestral literature sung by 40-voice student ensemble.
Sat May 11 2019 – 8:00 PM
The ensemble’s graduating seniors call the tunes in this end-of-the-year tradition.
Sat May 18 2019 – 8:00 PM
100-voice chorus performs its signature work, Handel’s Messiah, with guest soloists and a full orchestra.

Shows at the Hop 19W

West House has available free tickets for House members to attend a number of world-class performances at the Hopkins Center each term. Please see below the list of upcoming performances for the current term. If you’d like tickets, please contact House Administrator Pamela Duffy at Pamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.
Fri Jan 18 2019 – 8:00 PM
African men find community—and grooming—across two continents in this life-affirming blockbuster from the UK’s top theater.
Fri Jan 18 2019 – 8:00 PM
Double bill of Chilean-French hip hop/songwriter and outrageously fun all-female, multinational “beyond mariachi” band.
Wed Jan 30 2019 – 7:00 PM
Spoken word, incisive theater and “Alter-Native” rock by a rising generation of indigenous artists.
Fri Feb 01 2019 – 8:00 PM
The 12th anniversary of this friendly vocal competition features an upbeat evening of karaoke competition in the semi-final round, and an over-the-top full-band extravaganza in the finals.
Tue Feb 05 2019 – 7:00 PM
Quartet known for sensitively melding Eastern and Western music, plays diverse program including new work by famed Chinese composer Tan Dun.
Fri Feb 08 2019 – 8:00 PM
With guest ensemble Thumbscrew, featuring Mary Halvorson (guitar), Michael Formanek (bass) and Tomas Fujiwara (drums).
Fri Feb 15 2019 – 8:00 PM
Old and new masterworks of choral-orchestral literature sung by 40-voice student ensemble.
Sun Feb 17 2019 – 2:00 PM
Powerful concert band music in response and memorial tribute to violence and racism in America.
Sat Feb 23 2019 – 8:00 PM
An all-Beethoven concert featuring the Hop’s pianist in residence.
Fri Mar 01 2019 – 8:00 PM
The 12th anniversary of this friendly vocal competition features an over-the-top full band extravaganza in the finals.
Mon Mar 04 2019 – 7:00 PM
Internationally renowned taiko masters infuse the ancient formtradition with fresh rhythms that move both body and soul.
Wed Mar 06 2019 – 7:00 PM
Celebrated Dartmouth alum performers collaborate on a program of German Lieder, American art songs and other works reflecting on the beauty and abundance of the natural landscape.

Shows at the Hop 18F

West House has available free tickets for House members to attend a number of world-class performances at the Hopkins Center each term. Please see below the list of upcoming performances for the current term. If you’d like tickets, please contact House Administrator Pamela Duffy at Pamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.

Tue Sep 18 2018 – 7:00 PM
Through dance, live music and vivid projections, “Written in Water” explores the heights of ecstasy and the depths of longing to connect the human with the transcendent.
Fri Sep 28 2018 – 8:00 PM
Tour de force solo show looks at the past and present of race in America through the words of one of the country’s greatest thinkers and social activists.
Sun Sep 30 2018 – 5:00 PM
An intimate and imaginative multimedia experience that puts children in charge of the storytelling.
Tue Oct 02 2018 – 7:00 PM
Chamber ensemble of “passion as well as precision” perform Brahms’s A major piano quartet plus music by Bridge and the recently rediscovered French composer Jean Cras.
Fri Oct 05 2018 – 8:00 PM
Multi-Grammy-winning ensemble combines big-band jazz with the visceral, varied textures of Latin music.
Tue Oct 09 2018 – 7:00 PM
Music seeking harmony in the face of conflict and hardship from a chamber orchestra with a mission to make classical music more inclusive.
Fri Oct 12 2018 – 8:00 PM
Adored actress, comedian, singer and gay icon delivers side-splitting comedy and bravura jazz vocals.
Tue Oct 23 2018 – 7:00 PM
Grammy-winning African superstar singer-songwriter and activist and his innovative band bring rousing musical synthesis.
Sat Oct 27 2018 – 8:00 PM
The choir collaborates with singers from across campus, including the Dartmouth Idol All Stars, a cappella groups and musical theater performers.
Fri Nov 02 2018 – 8:00 PM
Award-winning play tells a chilling, humanizing and surprisingly funny tale of five Liberian women who band together to navigate the nightmarish waning days of civil war.
Fri Nov 09 2018 – 8:00 PM
Award-winning play tells a chilling, humanizing and surprisingly funny tale of five Liberian women who band together to navigate the nightmarish waning days of civil war.
Sat Nov 10 2018 – 8:00 PM
A celebration of Leonard Bernstein, featuring music he wrote and excelled at conducting.
Tue Nov 13 2018 – 7:00 PM
100-voice chorus performs the Brahms Requiem, a masterwork revealing the composer’s deepest feelings about life and death, with guest soloists and full orchestra.

Undergraduate Advisors

West House Upperclass UGAs

Kelly Caputo ’19

Hi there! My name is Kelly Caputo and I’m a ’19 from Winter Haven, Florida. I am a Sociology major, Philosophy minor, and an upperclassman UGA on Fahey/McLane 4. Thus far, my favorite class at Dartmouth has been Sociology 1 with Professor Kimberly Rogers. My fun fact is that I am a black belt in Tae Kwon Do! I look forward to seeing you all around!

Brad Carney ’20

I’m a ’20 at Dartmouth from Indiana and majoring in Philosophy. This year I am the UGA for Fahey/McLane 3rd floor. Everyone should take Writing 43: The Written Judicial Opinion if the opportunity presents itself! My interests besides Philosophy are doughnuts, film, podcasts and PC games.

Isaiah Briggs ’19

I’m a ’19 Majoring in African & African American Studies and Minoring in Sociology and Spanish. I’m a UGA for west house currently on the fourth floor of Russell Sage. I was born an raised in Oceanside, Southern California and enjoy playing music and sports. During my time here at Dartmouth one of my favorite classes has been Revolutions in the Caribbean. A random fun fact about me is that Raisin Bran is my favorite cereal!

Zoë Chandra ’21

My name is Zoë Chandra, and I’m a ’21 from McLean, Virginia. This year, I will be the UGA for the first floor of Russell Sage! I plan on majoring in either Economics or Quantitative Social Science, with a minor in Public Policy. So far my favorite class at Dartmouth was my writing 5, Experience and Education, with Professor Francine A’Ness. In addition to being a UGA, I am a campus tour guide and also teach at elementary schools in the Hanover area through the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact. I love traveling to new places, and have visited 17 different countries so far!

Tara Greaney ’20

I am Tara Greaney, a ’20 from Sisters, Oregon. I am a UGA on the second floor of Fahey/McLane. I am majoring in Engineering. My favorite class so far was Shades of Noir, a film class I took my freshman fall. My favorite animal has been the jaguar since my sister gave me a stuffed jaguar when I was five.

Katie Harris ’19

Hi, everyone! My name is Katie Harris (’19), and I’m the UGA for Fahey/McLane floors 0 and 1. I grew up in central Illinois, and I’m a neuroscience major here at Dartmouth. My favorite class so far has been “Music from the Lands of the Silk Road” taught by Professor Levin. Unfortunately, it’s not offered this year, but I recommend keeping an eye out for it–especially if you want to enhance your musical repertoire. Fun fact about me: I give free fly fishing lessons. Contact me if you’re interested!

Jae Hong ’20

My name is Jae Hong and I’m a member of the Class of 2020. I was born in South Korea and raised mainly in the cities spread through Southern California. I now live in Butterfield and am the UGA for the entire building. When I’m not making door decorations or bulletin boards, I lead for the DOC through People of Color Outdoors and Cabin and Trail and also participate in the Cheer Team. I’m a Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Psychology double major with a minor in English and the best class I have taken at Dartmouth was NAS 42/WGSS 40.01. Professor Palmer was so engaging, always had a word of wisdom for our class and had so many stories to tell that left us with some new knowledge of the world. Don’t be afraid to blitz me if you want to find out more about the things that I do!

Don Joo ’19

Hi, my name is Don Joo, and I am a ’19. I was born in Busan, South Korea, but I have moved around the US quite a bit. I have lived in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Tennessee, so home for me is basically anywhere there is friends and family. I am the UGA for the 2nd Floor of Russell Sage. I am majoring in chemistry and pursuing pre-medical studies. My favorite Dartmouth classes so far have been Physical Chemistry (CHEM 76) with Professor Ditchfield and Death and Dying (ANTH 14) with Professor Kan. I am also an undergraduate research assistant. My research encompasses molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), which is part of my thesis work. When I’m not studying or in lab, I love playing video games (even if I’m not good at them), soccer, or ping pong and having late night discussions.

Maya Velez ’21

My name is Maya Velez and I am a 21. I am from New York City, but spent most of my childhood abroad in France and Switzerland. At Dartmouth, I am a prospective Government or Cognitive Science major along with being the UGA for the third floor of Russell Sage. My favorite class so far has been Experience and Education with Francine A’Ness which inspired me to pursue the minor in Education. Finally, a fun fact about me is that I don’t have a first language: I learned French and English at the same time!

 

West House First-Year UGAs

Sam Abel ’21

Sam (’21) is so excited to be the UGA for Brown 2 this year! She hails from the Finger Lakes in Upsate New York and is planning on becoming an English major. When she’s not with her residents, you can find Sam studying at Sanborn, catching a show at the Hop, or working at the Admissions office, where she is an Access Ambassador. Her favorite class she has taken at Dartmouth so far is Acting 2 with Professor Rice, and her favorite person on campus is Winston the therapy dog.

Vincent Chang ’21

I’m a ’21 and am the UGA for the first floor of Brown in the Choates. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA and definitely do miss consistent weather. I am planning to major in Geography, while also completing pre-health requirements. Something interesting about myself is that I was originally supposed to be a ’19, but took two gap years and am now a ’21.

Summer Christensen ’21

Hi, I’m Summer Christensen, and I am a ’21 from Santa Barbara, CA. This year, I am the UGA for Brown 3 in the Choates. I am still undecided on my major, but my favorite classes at Dartmouth have been Earth Science 1 and CS1. When not in class or on my floor, you can catch me fencing saber at the gym, something I had never tried before Dartmouth. What you may not know, however, is that I can make my tongue the shape of a clover.

Brittany Cleary ’21

My name is Brittany and I’m from Greenwich, CT. I’m a ’21 and the UGA for the 3rd floor of Judge Hall. I plan on majoring in biology and am considering minors in education and Hispanic studies. Though I’ve taken many amazing classes at Dartmouth, my favorite so far has been “The Art of the Interview,” a writing 5 with Professor Susan Reynolds which I took during my freshman fall. In my free time I love to go for runs and wait in the Collis pasta line (in my opinion, it’s worth it). Fun fact about me: I’m obsessed with Greek yogurt and Bachelor in Paradise.

Kirstyn Coxen ’19

I’m in the class of 2019 getting ready to graduate as a double major in Biology and Psychology with a minor in Global Health of Anthropology. This year, I will be a UGA for first-years on Wheeler 3, but I have been a House UGA in both Russell Sage and Fahey/McLane for the past two years. I grew up in Monument, Colorado – right outside of Denver, but spent my middle/high school years in Treasure Island, Florida. My favorite class at Dartmouth so far has been Photography 1. It was labor intensive but helped me learn a lot about myself both personally and as a photographer. It also sparked my interest in film photography, which I have continued to practice independently. One of my favorite places to spend time is in the darkroom developing film and prints.

Shannon Sartain ’21

My name is Shannon Sartain and I am a ’21 from Long Island, NY. I am a FYRE UGA for the ground floors of Mid and South Fayerweather. I am planning on majoring in Earth Sciences with a possible modification or minor in Engineering and/or Geography. My favorite class at Dartmouth so far was Earth Sciences 1—we got to take field trips for lab every week to super interesting geologic or environmental sites in or around Hanover. A random fun fact about me is that I’ve never had braces. A more interesting fact about me is that I knocked over my next door neighbor’s mailbox the first time I drove a car. On campus, I love seeing movies at the Hop, hiking with the DOC, and eating Collis eggs and pasta.

 

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Shows at the Hop 18W

West House has available free tickets for House members to attend a number of world-class performances at the Hopkins Center each term. Please see below the list of upcoming performances for the current term. If you’d like tickets, please contact House Administrator Pamela Duffy at Pamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.

Sat Jan 06 2018 – 8:00 PM
Leading Chilean theater hilariously skewers Latin American colonialism, past and present.
Tue Jan 09 2018 – 7:00 PM
Grammy-winning octet sings Pulitzer winner, Hop-commissioned premiere and other thrilling new music.
Thu Jan 11 2018 – 7:00 PM
Passion, precision and vibrant athleticism from the forefront of Cuban contemporary dance.
Fri Jan 19 2018 – 8:00 PM
Centuries-old Sufi music with driving rhythms, sinuous melodies and ecstatic vocals.
Wed Jan 24 2018 – 7:00 PM
Stellar quintet from one of the world’s great musical festivals plays Beethoven, Brahms and more.
Fri Feb 02 2018 – 8:00 PM
Student vocalists compete for a slot in the finals by putting their twist on pop, R&B, country and hip hop hits.
Sun Feb 04 2018 – 2:00 PM
Fast-paced drama probes teens’ struggles with social media and culture-based bullying.
Tue Feb 06 2018 – 7:00 PM
Indie folk singer-songwriter (“Heartbeats”) offers hushed, intimate songs that “ask big questions.”
Fri Feb 09 2018 – 8:00 PM
DSO-Italy collaboration continues with music reflecting on the seasons and second renowned Italian guest soloist.
Tue Feb 13 2018 – 7:00 PM
Soulful crooning and bluesy truth-telling from two-time Grammy-winning jazz singer and songwriter.
Fri Feb 16 2018 – 6:30 PM
Intimate staging of classic Baroque oratorio “Jepthe” with animated projections.
Sat Feb 17 2018 – 8:00 PM
Contemporary music and dance styles from Africa and Latin America.
Sat Feb 24 2018 – 8:00 PM
This production investigates Orwell’s 20th-century prophecy in the context of 21st-century America, and asks the question, “Are we there yet?”
Thu Mar 01 2018 – 7:00 PM
Ancient epic of Central Asian “girl power” told through music, poetry and contemporary film.
Fri Mar 02 2018 – 8:00 PM
Student vocalists compete for a slot in the finals by putting their twist on pop, R&B, country and hip hop hits.

THE WESTLETTER for the week of 10/8/17

For a version with full photos and graphics click here: westletter_2017.10.8.

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Westians in the News

SUNDAY NIGHT FOOD IN THE HYPHEN NOW!

Join UGAs Drew and Jae for “breakfast” in the Hyphen tonight at 9 – all are welcome!

RESUME/INTERVIEW Help this Tuesday

 Come join Resident Fellow and Tuck student Alen Amini for a special career session from 8-10 PM on Tuesday, October 10th in the first floor Fahey Lounge. He is happy to:

*   help with resume editing specific to career tracks
*   help with consulting case interviews
*   read and edit cover letters
*   connect you with Tuck students focused on particular industries

If you are requesting consulting case prep, reach out to him individually in advance: alen.a.mini.tu18@tuck.dartmouth.edu. He looks forward to seeing all of you on Tuesday!

 HP Tea WEDNESDAY with photographer/author Eli Burakian ‘00

 West House is pleased to invite the Dartmouth community to our weekly Hous Professor’s Tea, in the first-floor lounge of Fahey Hall, with snacks and drinks starting at 4pm and a guest discussion at 4:30. This week (Wednesday, Oct 11) we are delighted to host Eli Burakian ’00, Dartmouth Photographer, who will discuss his recent hike of the Vermont Long Trail and his work on guidebooks for the MALS program. At the tea we will also have advisors for Dickey Center internships. All are welcome!

Outdoor movie on Saturday 

Your Exec Board is planning an outdoor screening of “Cabin in the Woods” on the evening of Friday the 13th. More details TBA!

Community Dinner on Sunday: WestoberFest

Our next West House Community Dinner will be next Sunday, Oct 15th at 6pm. The catering will be German dishes with theme of “WestoberFest”.

IM soccer Friday

The next IM soccer game is against School House (in a rematch of last year’s final) this Friday, Oct 13 at 4:50pm(be at the field by 4:30!) It’s still possible to sign up; if interested in playing, please contact our IM Captain, Resident Fellow Cory Cline at Cory.T.Cline.TH@dartmouth.edu. IM registration is FREE for members of House teams.

Invite your student group to DINNER at the HP’S Residence

For any Westian who is a member of a student group (musical group, sports team, activist group, outdoors club, anything!) and would like to extend a dinner invitation to your group (including all students, not just West House members), please contact Ryan.C.Hickox@dartmouth.edu. Thursdays usually work best but other nights can work as well. (Note that the most we can host our residence is about 25 or 30). Looking forward to seeing you in our home!

Exec Board meeting

 Tonight the Exec discussed:

– plan for movie night

– update on Community Dinner

– input on gear orders

– House facilities working group

– visits to other instiutions

The next Exec meeting wll be Sunday after the Community Dinner

Wrap-up of the week

 

  • This weekend we had a great time in Fahey for the first-year pre-Bonfire party on Fri night and at the West House tailgate on Saturday! Special thanks to Pamela, Alen, and Jeremy who made over 200 breakfast sandwiches!
  • Last Sunday we had a very enjoyable Community Dinner with members of West House from across the College and Community.

 

Resident Fellow Office Hours 

The West House Resident Fellows: Alen Amini (Business); Cory Cline (Engineering); Jennifer Franks (Biology); Sam Modder (Engineering/Art) will be holding regular Office Hours together in the Hyphen (between Butterfield and Russell Sage) from 9 to 10 on Thursday evenings. They’re a great resource — please don’t hesitate to get to know them!

Resident Experts

Free HOP tickets

 

West House has available free tickets for House members to attend world-class performances at the Hopkins Center each term. A full list of shows for Spring term is available here. If you’d like tickets, please contact Pamela at Pamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.

Del Sol Quartet and ZOFO

Sat Oct 14 2017 – 8:00 PM

Two acclaimed California-based ensembles join for new music of the Pacific Rim.

Pink Martini

Tue Oct 17 2017 – 7:00 PM

Rollicking “little orchestra” serves up multinational, multi-genre music, with a flair.

 

House Professor’s Teas

A regular feature of life in West House is House Professor’s Teas, in which we get together refreshments and discussions with the House Community. After some time to gather for e’ll often host distinguished guests or our expert faculty and staff for a discussion. Unless otherwise noted the House Professor’s Teas will take place in Fahey 1st Floor Lounge on Wednesdays from 4 to 5pm.
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GUESTS FOR FALL TERM 2017
Wednesday, October 11: Eli Burakian ’00, Dartmouth College Photographer, recently completed the Vermont Long Trail, and author of guidebooks.
Wednesday, October 18: Robert David Booth, former Special Agent with the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security, and author of State Department Counterintelligence: Leaks, Spies, and Lies.
more TBA! 

Resident Experts

Resident Experts are Dartmouth undergraduates who offer tutoring and academic support for introductory courses within each of the House Communities, organized through the Academic Skills Center. They offer facilitated study halls, which for West House are (usually) located in the 3rd Floor Fahey Study Space. Students are encouraged bring all course materials, and you will also meet others within close proximity who are in your course that you can study with when the Resident Expert isn’t around.

The Westletter: Week of 9/24/17

THE WESTLETTER for the week of 9/24/17

as always, for more see sites.dartmouth.edu/west-house/

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Westians in the News

Fellows Dinner next Sunday, Oct. 1st

Next Sunday, Oct. 1st (please note the change of date from this weekend) we will host our second annual West House Fellows Dinner at the House Professor’s Residence starting at 5pm. This is a great way to get together with West House students, faculty and staff and enjoy an evening of wonderful dinner and conversation. All students, faculty, and staff are invited and we will once again have babysitters for those with families! I’d like to particularly encourage students to come as it’s a great way to connect with professors and staff outside the classroom, and is a delicious free meal.  RSVP toPamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.

 

 

 

 

Apple/Pumpkin picking at Riverview Farm

There are plans in the works for a House trip next Saturday to the lovely Riverview Farm just down the road in Plainfield for some apple and pumpkin picking. If interested, please contact Resident Fellow Jennifer Franks: Jennifer.M.Franks.GR@dartmouth.edu. More details TBA!

IM soccer update

On Friday, West House came from behind twice in a hard-fought game against a strong East Wheelock team, but ultimately fell short, 4 goals to 2. The next game is against Allen Housethis Friday at 4:50pm (be at the field by 4:30!) It’s still possible to sign up; if interested in playing, please contact our IM Captain, Resident Fellow Cory Cline atCory.T.Cline.TH@dartmouth.edu. IM registration is FREE for members of House teams.

Invite your student group to DINNER at the HP’S Residence

For any Westian who is a member of a student group (musical group, sports team, activist group, outdoors club, anything!) and would like to extend a dinner invitation to your group (including all students, not just West House members), please contactRyan.C.Hickox@dartmouth.edu. Thursdays usually work best but other nights can work as well. (Note that the most we can host our residence is about 25 or 30). Looking forward to seeing you in our home!

Exec Board meeting TONIGHT

 Our weekly Exec Board meeting will be TONIGHT at 6:30pm in the Fahey Lounge. Dinner will be provided, and all are welcome!

On the agenda:

  • Selection of some activities for later this term, following up from last week
  • Discussion of a list of “big ideas” for this year and beyond

Wrap-up of the week

  • On Tuesday we welcomed our new graduate members to West House with a welcome reception (and even braved a fire alarm!)
  • We had a wonderful dinner with a group of mostly first-years at the new Moosilauke Ravine Lodge on Wednesday. The DOC staff were really welcoming, and the new building is spectacular; I’d highly recommend a visit.
  • We had our first West House Professor’s Tea of the year on Wednesday afternoon. More to come, with some exciting guests – stay tuned!
  • Lake Winnipesaukee was beautiful in the sunshine for our West House sophomore outing (which included some guests from other years and Houses as well!) We had a great time cruising on the M/S Mt. Washington and some big ice cream sundaes at the Kellerhaus.
     

Resident Fellow Office Hours 

The West House Resident Fellows: Alen Amini (Business); Cory Cline (Engineering); Jennifer Franks (Biology); Sam Modder (Engineering/Art) will be holding regular Office Hours together in the Hyphen (between Butterfield and Russell Sage) from 9 to 10 on Thursday evenings. They’re a great resource — please don’t hesitate to get to know them!

 

Resident Experts

We will once again have Resident Experts hosting study sessions in West House in Biology, Chemistry, Math, and Economics. They are currently scheduled for the Fahey 3rdFloor study room. These sessions are a great way to take advantage of the expertise among your peers in the House!

 

Biology: Noah Lee ’18 (Saturdays 1 to 2:30pm)

Myung.Chang.Lee.18@Dartmouth.edu

Chemistry: Anirudh Udutha ’18 (Sundays 12 to 1:30pm)

Anirudh.K.Udutha.18@dartmouth.edu

Mathematics: Claire Gasque ’19 (Sundays 4 to 5:30pm)

Lilias.C.Gasque.19@dartmouth.edu

Economics: Jack Elder ’18 (Tues 9 to 10:30pm)

Jack.W.Elder.18@Dartmouth.edu

Free HOP tickets

West House has available free tickets for House members to attend world-class performances at the Hopkins Center each term. A full list of shows for Spring term is available here. If you’d like tickets, please contact Pamela at Pamela.K.Duffy@dartmouth.edu.

Emerson String Quartet

Sat Sep 30 2017 – 8:00 PM

Nine-time Grammy winners bring luminous intellect, musicality and joy to Mozart, Beethoven and more.

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Tue Oct 03 2017 – 7:00 PM

Premier jazz big band’s program includes tribute to jazz legend Jelly Roll Morton.