Dartmouth in the News

  • The Boston Globe

    “The race is on to see whose fetid ‘corpse flower’ will bloom first, as two of the rare specimens are set to unfurl their leafy outer layers within days,” writes The Boston Globe. One is at Dartmouth and one is at the Franklin Park Zoo.

  • News Deeply

    The White House will host science ministers and representatives of indigenous groups to reflect on Arctic science, monitoring, and data sharing. Dartmouth’s Ross Virginia and Michael Sfraga discuss research in the region, reports News Deeply.

  • SFGATE

    As an undergraduate, Kyle Hendricks ’12 told his Dartmouth coach, Bob Whalen, “Coach, baseball is the most important thing to me,” reports SFGate via the AP. Now a Chicago Cubs pitcher, the alumnus is 15-8 with a majors-leading 2.06 ERA.

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