Amarna is a coed "undergraduate society", open to all Dartmouth undergrads. Amarna has no rush period or pledge term, so anyone can join at any time. (Too good to be true, right?) They like to describe themselves as a "a clubhouse full of friends who like to cook and hang out and throw events that reflect the changing interests of its dynamic membership."
They're known across campus for their Monday Night Dinners, where they host a professor for a discussion and home-cooked dinner, open meetings every Wednesday (that means you can come!), and their termly Wine and Cheese event. Both members and non-members can live in Amarna's house, located right by the gym, which has big rooms, a sweet kitchen and great social spaces.
Last updated on May 25 by Nicholas P. Parillo
contributors: Diana M. Pechter, Leah R. Nicolich-Henkin, Christine E. Garcia, Jocelyn A. Powelson, Blaine W. Ponto