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Dartmouth in the News

  • Hudson Valley News Network

    One book helped the National Down Syndrome Society; another the Autism Society. Gene Damm ’58 gives his book profits to charities, according to a story about the alumnus, who still volunteers as a swimming coach, and of course, writes books.

  • San Francisco Chronicle

    In a story about new research suggesting that patients with depression and anxiety use a disproportionate share of prescription painkillers, the newspaper turns for comment to the Geisel School of Medicine’s Brian Sites, leader of the study.

  • The Wall Street Journal

    Reviewing Professor Misagh Parsa’s Democracy in Iran, the paper says, “Although Mr. Parsa barely discusses U.S. policy toward Iran, his book is easily the most important work in English on the Islamic Republic since the revolution.”

  • Outside

    The online magazine presents a slideshow documenting Katie Bono’s trip up Denali, in which the alumna, a former Nordic skier at Dartmouth, set a record for women making the ascent up the highest mountain peak in North America.

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