Homepage August 22-24, 2017

Dartmouth in the News

  • BBC

    In a column, the Tuck School of Business’ Sydney Finkelstein says “any firm with the temerity to lie to millennials, whether directly or indirectly, runs the risk of falling foul of its customer base and compromising its corporate image.”

  • NPR

    “I think the Confederate statues should be removed. The notion that removing them means we’re changing or getting rid of history is not true,” says Dartmouth trustee and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed ’81.

  • The Washington Post

    “The United States is not alone in confronting this dilemma. Countries across the globe routinely grapple with how to handle reminders of unsavory chapters in their history,” writes Associate Professor of German Yuliya Komska.

  • U.S.News & World Report

    “There are a handful of significant political forces pushing against one another, the political equivalent of tectonic plates,” writes Dartmouth’s Charles Wheelan ’88. He suggests three possiblilities that could cause a political earthquake.

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