Dartmouth in the News

  • WNYC

    Senior lecturer Julia Rabig talks with WNYC about her book, The Fixers: Devolution, Development, and Civil Society in Newark, 1960-1990, and how the residents and neighbors of Newark worked together to fight the city’s decline.

  • National Catholic Reporter

    According to Professor Randall Balmer, the election shows that the evangelical community is divided “more along demographic lines—gender, generation, and race—than along doctrinal or theological issues,” writes the National Catholic Reporter

  • NPR

    “If you’re going to choose a noninvasive test like FIT you need to be committed to doing it annually,” says Douglas Robertson, a professor of medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, in an NHPR story about a new test for colon cancer.

  • Valley News

    “Track is what it is because of volunteers and because of the love of the sport,” Frank Zarnowski, a senior lecturer in economics, tells the Valley News. He was recently voted into the USA Track & Field Hall of Fame's class of 2016.

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