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Maximilian Kinne
Position: Rower
Year: Senior
Hometown: Longmeadow, Mass.
High School: Longmeadw
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Q & A with Maximilian Kinne

 

Why Dartmouth?

From an early age, I found Dartmouth to be a school that excited me. My grandparents, who live in New London, NH, frequently took me to football games and shows at the Hop when I was little. I loved eating in Hanover and walking around the campus in awe. As I started looking at colleges with my future in mind, Dartmouth seemed more and more like the place for me. Set in a beautiful New England location, Dartmouth boasts a top-notch academic curriculum and a supportive community, setting this college aside from the rest.

How long have you been rowing and what interested you about rowing?

I have been rowing for almost five months. Coming into Dartmouth, I knew very little about rowing besides the fact that it is a physically demanding sport. I walked onto the team looking to try something new, and very much enjoyed being in the heavyweight men's eight that won the Green Monster Regatta this past November.

What is something about you that might come as a surprise to your teammates?

I have a twin brother who rows for UVM.

What extracurricular activities are you involved in on campus?

Besides crew, I am also on the Dartmouth Cycling Team. I plan to join one or two clubs either this year or the next.

What are your future plans, if any?

Before Dartmouth I was entertaining the idea of going pre-med, but I'm not so sure about that anymore. I started studying the Arabic language this year and I love it, so if possible I would like to work for the government and use my Arabic while doing so.

 

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