Homepage July 29-31, 2017

Dartmouth in the News

  • The Boston Globe

    In a story about the opioid epidemic, the newspaper turns to Dartmouth’s Lisa Marsch, who directed a study of the drug’s use. Heroin users are switching to fentanyl, she said. “That’s what people want now. They want this more potent product.”

  • NPR

    Professor Marcelo Gleiser talks about the “running bug,” and how a running habit may affect the runner’s heart, saying that, when it comes to serious mileage, “the question here is whether there is an upper line we should not cross.”

  • Squamishclimbing Magazine

    Kate Bono ’10 already loved skiing when she arrived at Dartmouth, but then she discovered climbing. Now the alumna has set a new record for her speed ascent up Alaska’s Mount Denali. She talks to the magazine about how she did it.

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