North Park Graduate Housing is a housing complex providing 110 graduate students with apartment style living on the Dartmouth campus.
Students living at North Park are predominantly first year graduate students in the Arts and Science graduate school, medical school, and Thayer School of Engineering. Living at North Park offers many social opportunities to meet other graduate students from many disciplines. Past social events include BBQs, wine and cheese mixers, a champagne brunch and even an intramural hockey team!
There will be a brief orientation for all new residents, followed by a wine an cheese mixer for all grad students and their guests! Orientation begins at 7:30 (location TBA), mixer at 8:00 PM (14 N Park St).
Come enjoy some Stinson's fare and a beer (or non-alcoholic drink) before the football game!
A chance for all North Park residents, who moved in a bit early, to meet eachother.
Come join your fellow graduate students for Mimosas, finger food, and lawn games at the Year End North Park Lawn Party
Mimosas and finger food (sandwiches and mini quiches) will be catered by Maple Street!
Croquet, Bocce, Badminton and other lawn games will be available to play! Questions? email Regina Salvat (regina.s.salvat<at>dartmouth.edu)
Graduate Students will compete in teams of 2-4 in an Amazing Race-style competition around campus! Winner's each receive a $50 gift certificate to any Hanover business! Prizes for losers too!
* Each team must contain EITHER a current North Park resident OR members from 2 different programs.
* If you want to play but don't have a team, THAT'S FINE!! Contact mhop<at>dart to sign up and I will make your team!
* Spouses and Children Welcome!
Whether or not you choose to compete, come to North Park for grilled burgers and brats (veggie friendly) and a beer (or N/A beverage) ~3:30-6pm!
Race starts at 2pm SHARP. After Party/Cookout ~3:30pm - 14 North Park
What: Come to an incredible dance performance at the HOP followed by desert/discussion at Canoe Club
**FREE** for graduate students!
Where: The Moore Theater
When: Saturday, April 16 * 8 pm
Who: Spaces are limited! e-mail Michael Hopkins to reserve a seat!
This weekend is Winter Carnival at Dartmouth! There will be lot's of activities going on from Thursday to Sunday and you can download the complete schedule here ( http://www.dartmouth.edu/~sao/events/carnival/index.html)
On Saturday afternoon (12-3pm), there is an Occom Pond Party at the DOC house where there will be food, sleigh rides, ice-skating and sledding, all for free! With all the snow we have this year, it's sure to be a great time and I highly recommend going sledding on the Golf Course. In fact, I have a couple of snow tubes and a sled that I will lend out to anyone who wants to borrow them, and I will drive you to the DOC house and drop you off if you want, just email me to work out the details (mhop<at>dartmouth<dot>edu). There will also be hot chocolate, and other winter weather treats in the laundry room all weekend long for you to enjoy after a long day of playing in the snow.
Whaleback Mtn is offering several discounted night skiing lift tickets and rentals to graduate students throughout the season! On January 28th and February 18th a shuttle van will be leaving from and returning to North Park housing! Details can be found in the GSC Weekly Gazetteer, or you can contact Wesley.Whitaker<at>dartmouth.edu
Lot's of fun Holiday stuff. Eggnog, Hot mulled cider, Cookie decorating supplies, Paper snowflake workshop, Holiday Movie(s) and Music
Come enjoy some Stinson's fare and a beer (or N/A beverage) before the football game! A great opportunity to meet grad and med students, as well as graduate alumni!
Funding for North Park activities provided by the Graduate Student Council. Funding for the HomeComing TailGate also provided by Dartmouth Medical School and the Arts & Sciences Graduate Alumni Association of Dartmouth.
Join Arts & Sciences Graduate Students and Alumni in the Dartmouth Night Parade on Friday, October 29. Join us in the tent on Alumni Gym lawn for a hot drink. The parade begins at 7:30 p.m. on the corner of Crosby and Lebanon Streets and ends at the Steps of Dartmouth Hall for the Dartmouth Night Ceremony followed by the Bonfire on the Green.
The Co-op is a lovely store but as you may have noticed it's pretty expensive...
If you want a ride to West Leb this Saturday morning to buy some groceries let me know! I'm trying to coordinate with the international mentors group as well so hopefully we'll have enough drivers to meet the demand if several people want to go. My car will be leaving North Park around 10:00 a.m.
There will be a brief orientation for all new North Park residents, followed by a Wine and Cheese mixer for all grad students and their guests!
Residents of North Park Graduate Housing are encouraged to recycle. There are large recycling barrels along the back wall of each North Park garage. As of fall of 2010, Dartmouth has instituted a "Zero Sort" recycling program, which means that all recycling (except large/corrugated cardboard boxes) can be recylced together into the same barrels. A list of recyclables can be found below.
More information is available by clicking on the following link: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~fom/services/solidwaste/recyclingfaqs.html
Last Updated: 9/9/11