The Dartmouth Difference
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Money is not enough to guarantee success fighting emerging diseases, writes Geisel’s Kendall Hoyt.
The Thayer optics expert talks about making art from lasers 40 years ago.
The Bard’s imprint can be seen in today’s TV shows and films, writes Dartmouth’s Brett Gamboa.
Professor Randall Balmer writes about the candidate’s self-proclaimed ties to evangelicalism.
It may not be that easy to find a new CEO for @SunEdison, says Prof Espen Eckbo. https://t.co/4NUj2Lp87F @business #SunEdison
After receiving a BA in Art History from Colgate, Peyton attended @TuckBridge to prepare for a post-college career. https://t.co/hdU0pPqcTx
OpEd by Petra Bonfert-Taylor: Stop telling kids you're bad at math. You are spreading math anxiety 'like a virus.' https://t.co/5MJj4S8qud
The first 15 people to come to Grad Studies Fri 4/8 10am-4pm, Mon 4/11 2-4pm, & Tues 4/12 9am-4pm get 2 lunch tix! https://t.co/t88e0rZPi7
Using #apps to connect youth to #HIV testing by @Dartmouth's @TimLaheyMD via @nytimeswell https://t.co/cYvoTJf4NE
The latest issue of @DartMedMag is out! https://t.co/TpPYHUVWbU
Staci Mannella is a skier, equestrian, and college student. She’s also legally blind, born with the visual impairment achromatopsia. Despite this challenge, Mannella has thrived at Dartmouth. In this video, she talks about her experiences as an athlete and a student. “I can’t see, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t do what other people do,” she says. “It just means I need to work harder.”