Dartmouth in the News

  • BBC

    In a story about animals ingesting fermented foods, the BBC turns for comment to Samuel Gochman ’18, whose team experimented by offering a choice of alcoholic liquids to aye-ayes, which seemed happier with the higher alcohol concentrations.

  • The New York Times

    Professors Brendan Nyhan, John Carey, and colleagues in the group Bright Line Watch surveyed 1,571 political scientists and concluded that the health of democracy in the U.S. is “strong, but showing some cracks,” writes the Times.

  • IBT

    A study by Associate Professor of Economics Ethan Lewis and colleagues looked into whether the 1960s expulsion of Mexican braceros temporarily in the U.S. was successful in raising American wages. It was not successful, the study found.

  • VPR

    Susan Dunklee ’08 became the first American woman to capture an individual medal at an Olympics or world's event when she took silver in the women’s 12.5-kilometer race in Hochfilzen, Austria, on Sunday. Dunklee missed gold by 4.6 seconds.

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