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  • Mar5

    SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER DINNER, 7PM, SLC

    Join Assistant Dean and Advisor for First Generation and Low Income Students, Rachel Edens, at the SLC on Sunday night for dinner. Rachel will be cooking a delicious dinner, focusing on themes of sustainable agriculture and food systems, especially as they relate to class. She has been inspired by her mother who came up with all kinds of hacks for healthy eating living in a rural community in Eastern North Carolina. RSVP to Lucia Pierson (Lucia.M.Pierson.18@dartmouth.edu) if you would like to attend!

  • Mar5

    LET’S TACO ‘ BOUT IT: HOUSING COMMUNITIES DINNER, 6PM, FEATURING PROFESSOR EMAN MORSI, PROFESSOR LIV

    Open to all! Featuring a delicious FREE dinner of local and organic tacos. Join Professor Eman Morsi as she leads a discussion on race, identity, ethical living and music. Email sustainable.dartmouth@dartmouth.edu if you want to help cook!

  • Mar5

    FARM CLUB, 11AM, SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER

    Come talk about all things organic agriculture and farming! Delicious snacks, as always provided.

  • Mar4

    FRESH, COLLIS COMMON GROUND, 8PM-10PM

    A Zero-waste party hosted by your Green Greeks! Featuring live music, locally made donuts & kettle corn, free local beer and cider for 21+, and root beer for all!!!  Co-sponsored by Alpha Phi, KKG, Sigma Delta, EKT, KD, Sigma Nu.

  • Mar4

    SUGAR CREW OPEN WORK DAY, 11AM-1PM, DARTMOUTH ORGANIC FARM

    Help the sugar crew prepare for sugaring season! Learn how to tap trees and use a spile ala Hunger Games. Rides from behind Robo at 11am. Please dress appropriately (warm boots, gloves, hats, etc).

  • Mar2

    OFFICE HOURS, 12PM-2PM, ROBO 108

    Want to get involved in sustainability on campus? Have a random sustainability question? Just want to hang out and eat some yummy baked goods? Visit us for office hours, every week on Thursdays.

  • Mar1

    DIVEST DARTMOUTH, 8PM-9PM ROBO BASEMENT

    Interested in learning more about how to positively impact the investment portfolio of the College? Want to learn more about the national fossil fuel divestment movement that has taken hold in college campuses across the country? Join us for  our weekly meeting. All are welcome!

  • Feb28

    ECO MEETING, 8PM, HORNIG LIBRARY

    Come check out ECO! We have awesome awesome campaigns planned for winter term! Help us tackle food waste, cup waste and salad bowl waste. Tasty snacks provided and as always, ECO is excited to hear your ideas and suggestions for sustainability on campus.

  • Feb28

    HUMAN FACES OF CLIMATE CHANGE, TOP OF THE HOP, 6:30PM-8:00PM

    Listen to Augusta Terkildsen '19,  Benny Adapon, '19, and Meg Lane '17 share how climate change has affected them personally. In the wake of  flooding in California this week, destruction from Hurricane Matthew this fall, drought-driven conflict in Syria, and other tremendous impacts to people's lives and livelihoods around the world, Human Faces of Climate Change allows us to hear stories from the people around us. We don't often see these impacts here in Hanover, but members of our Dartmouth community are affected none-the-less. Come hear their stories.

  • Feb27

    HOW TO PREP FOR CAREER FAIR, FAIRCHILD 101, 4:30PM

    80 employers will be participating in the All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career Fair at Columbia University on Friday March 3. Whether you plan to attend this fair or another in the future, learn best practices for working the room and scouting out opportunities. Learn how to research opportunities and leave a favorable impression with employers.

  • Feb26

    LET’S TACO ‘ BOUT IT: HOUSING COMMUNITIES DINNER, 6PM, PROFESSOR CRAIG SUTTON’S HOUSE ON SCHOOL STRE

    Open to all! Featuring a delicious FREE dinner of local and organic tacos. Join Professor Summer Kim Lee as she leads a discussion on race, identity, ethical living and music. Email sustainable.dartmouth@dartmouth.edu if you want to help cook!

  • Feb26

    SPEED STORIES WITH PROFESSOR Amro Farid 6:15pM-7:15PM OCCOM COMMONS

    Come enjoy a delicious dinner and hear Professor Amro Farid's personal life story. These dinners are a relaxed and intimate way to spend a Sunday evening and get to know the lives and journeys behind Dartmouth professors. Email sustainable.dartmouth@dartmouth.edu to register.

  • Feb26

    FARM CLUB, 11AM, SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER

    Come talk about all things organic agriculture and farming! Delicious snacks, as always provided.

  • Feb25

    SUGAR CREW OPEN WORK DAY, 11AM-1PM, DARTMOUTH ORGANIC FARM

    Help the sugar crew prepare for sugaring season! Learn how to tap trees and use a spile ala Hunger Games. Rides from behind Robo at 11am. Please dress appropriately (warm boots, gloves, hats, etc).

  • Feb24

    TUCK BUSINESS AND SOCIETY CONFERENCE, THUR-FRI

    This conference is hosted at Tuck and is open to students across campus. The conference focuses on businesses which are striving to make a positive social impact. Link to website with schedule and registration information here.

  • Feb23

    OFFICE HOURS, 12PM-2PM, ROBO 108

    Want to get involved in sustainability on campus? Have a random sustainability question? Just want to hang out and eat some yummy baked goods? Visit us for office hours, every week on Thursdays.

  • Feb23

    BREAKFAST WITH JON KOHL ’92, DIRECTOR OF PUP GLOBAL HERITAGE CONSORTIUM,  8:30AM-10:00AM, 113A STEEL

    You are invited to attend a breakfast with Jon Kohl ’92, the Director of the PUP Global Heritage Consortium.  Their mission is to unite people and organizations dedicated to introducing emerging paradigms into the heritage management field and transition to a more holistic, integral management approach. Ultimately this approach improves the conservation of biological and cultural diversity. Jon will also be giving a talk titled “The Future Has Other Plans: Transcending Barriers to Plan Implementation in a Complex World” on Wednesday at 5:30pm in Rocky 001.  Please RSVP to Kim Wind at Kim.Wind@Dartmouth.edu by Tuesday, 2/21 if you would like to attend the breakfast.

  • Feb22

    DIVEST DARTMOUTH, 8PM-9PM ROBO BASEMENT

    Interested in learning more about how to positively impact the investment portfolio of the College? Want to learn more about the national fossil fuel divestment movement that has taken hold in college campuses across the country? Join us for  our weekly meeting. All are welcome!

  • Feb22

    VOICES, 7PM, SPAULDING AUDITORIUM

    An original performance written and performed by self-identified women of the greater Dartmouth community to share their stories and experiences through various means of artistic expression. This event is free! Trigger Warning: This show contains explicit descriptions of sexual and relationship violence.

  • Feb22

    VOLUNTEER FOR THE HOP WASTE SORT, THE HOP, 5:30PM-8:PM

    Come volunteer at the Hop and teach students how to properly dispose of their waste! This is a great opportunity to interact with students, learn about the Dartmouth waste stream AND get a delicious cupcake. Sign up for a 30 minute time slot here!

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