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Find out about steps Dartmouth is taking to inform students, faculty, and staff who may be affected by changes to federal immigration and deportation policy.
The alumnus and Chicago Cubs pitcher talks about his yoga practice, saying that it “has really made things clearer ... . I now know the alignment of my body and I can feel different parts of my body and where they’re at different times.”
“Despite Iowa’s noble and storied history of progressivism, Iowa voters got the president they wanted last November,” writes Professor Randall Balmer in an opinion piece about Iowa, where he spent his high school years.
“Researchers mapped 4 million journey flows to create a stunning visualisation—and rewrite the map of America,” says the website in a story about a study co-authored by Garrett Nelson, a postdoctoral fellow in Dartmouth’s Society of Fellows.
Professor of Hebrew Studies Lewis Glinert’s new book, The Story of Hebrew , is “deeply rooted in scholarship, but Glinert is an engaging storyteller, always lucid, wry, and accessible,” writes the Jewish Journal in a review.
Give a rouse! Congratulations, professors! https://t.co/mZq9qcIlhu
Recognized by @PoetsAndQuants as one of the Best 40 Under 40 Professors; read Tuck prof @EeshaSharma's Q&A:… https://t.co/Xk4QE7yQp1
Gilbert poses with his advisor, Mark Israel before he defends. Good Luck!#DartGRAD https://t.co/YVEVqK1uRq
Does any one know what the top reason to be a grad student at Dartmouth is? Guess...#DartGrad
Top 10 Reasons to be a Grad Student at Dartmouth. Vintage GSC t-shirt. Anyone remember? #DartGRAD https://t.co/rcaE3jrXtx
Vermont State Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fair, being held 4/1/17 register to be a judge https://t.co/nZNl4lUaZ6 #DartGRAD
Prof. Bill Hudenko says apps can help people with #mentalillness maintain support networks. via @vprnet https://t.co/pjXUQlaTEV
And we're done! Congrats to the Class of 2017!
Stanford! #Match2017 https://t.co/qhF9cAQX2h