What could be better than learning more about poetry with energetic, dynamic, creative Dartmouth volunteers?
Our winter volunteers are Carly, Tiffany, and Clara, and they are ready for action.
Carly is from Baltimore, Maryland, and is majoring in environmental studies and public policy. She has LOTS of pets, including two dogs, two cats, and a managerie of visitors from her mom’s science classroom such as geckos, hedgehogs, and snakes. She says, “If you love animals, talk to me!” Her favorite poem would be any poem about nature.
Tiffany, a senior geography major, comes from Maryland too. She is an education minor and just took a class on STEM along with Clara, so don’t be surprised to see some poetry STEM popping into some of the START sessions. She loves to dance, especially hip hop and urban, and she is on the street soul dance team at Dartmouth. Her favorite poetry book is Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur.
Clara is from Idaho, and she is studying psychology and education. She participates in theater on campus, and when she is home she loves to hike and read. Her favorite poem is “The Strength of Fields” by James Dickey.
These marvelous volunteers are overflowing with poetry ideas, and we can’t wait.