Dartmouth has kept its promise to educate Native American youth, “and that has made all the difference,” says Michael Hanitchak ’73.
Students got a look at what the collapse of the North Korean government might look like through a recent simulation exercise.
As students work on this year's sculpture on the Green, here's a look at Carnival creations from the past.
Professor Stephon Alexander writes in The New York Times about his duty to mentor a younger generation of aspiring minority scientists.
Food Ads Targeting Parents Promise Taste, Convenience, but Deliver Poor Nutrition
"Journalism is not dead," legendary journalist Carl Bernstein told an audience at DePauw University tonight. Forty years after he and Washington Post colleague Bob Woodward won a Pulitzer Prize for their investigative reporting that uncovered the Watergate scandal, Bernstein pondered "The State of Our Information" in a Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture to a packed
Engineering Professor Mary Albert investigates ice cores and what they can teach us about climate change and greenhouse gases.
Geisel School of Medicine students explore poverty's reach into health care with street medicine founder.
Watch for a new photograph each day in this weekly gallery of recent Dartmouth photos.