Dartmouth in the News

  • The New York Times

    “Fed officials can't simply dismiss the prospect of legislative reforms anymore,” Professor Andrew Levin tells Reuters in a story published by The New York Times  that discusses the Fed’s future under the next administration.

  • NPR

    “The story speaks to all of us, makes us think about where we are in life, what we've been doing with the time we have,” writes Professor Marcelo Gleiser about the movie Arrival  in his post for the NPR blog 13.7 Cosmos & Culture.

  • The New Yorker

    “A lot of students from underrepresented backgrounds, who will get their degrees in computer science and want to work in the tech industry, are not working in Silicon Valley,” says Kaya Thomas ’17 in a New Yorker  story about bias.

  • Inside Higher Ed

    Professor Janice McCabe’s research resulted in a book, Connecting in College, in which she identifies “three categories of friendship groups: tight-knitters, compartmentalizers, and samplers,” notes Inside Higher Ed.

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